Skiing in Matrei in Osttirol (East Tirol), © Tirol Werbung/Robert Pupeter
Skiing in Matrei in Osttirol (East Tirol), © Tirol Werbung/Robert Pupeter

Multi-Resort Ski Passes: Tirol’s Best Skiing on One Lift Ticket

Tirol’s multi-mountain passes are a great way to ski more than one mountain without breaking the bank.

If you’re looking for the best value for money or are planning more than one ski holiday this year, a multi-resort ski pass is your ticket to huge savings and fantastic resort choices. They also provide flexibility by allowing you to use your days consecutively or over the course of the entire season. Much of what makes Tirol's skiing so fantastic is the close proximity of its resorts and the unique qualities that can be experienced at each. There’s a wide range of tickets to choose from for the season, from those covering all ski resorts of a single valley to the Tirol Snow Card, the world’s major multi-mountain season pass, which allows you to ski almost all of Tirol’s ski resorts with one pass. We have rounded the best passes all up here in one handy place.

Snow Card Tirol


© SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental/Tim Marcour

For a die-hard skier who wants to ski all of Tirol's top-flight mountains, the Snow Card Tirol is hard to beat. With access to more than 90 mountain lift companies, including the five glacier ski resorts, the Snow Card Tirol gives you the most skiing and riding and best value in the country. 

Pricing information. For Euro 876 for an adult, Euro 699 for teens, Euro 438 for a child, or Euro 699 for disabled persons you get unlimited access to all ski resorts across Tirol. Little ones ages 5 years and under ski free. All resorts are serviced by complimentary shuttle services.

Validity period. October 01, 2021 to May 15, 2022 • www.snowcard.tirol.at

Why? With over 90 mountain lift companies, 5 glaciers, 3,000 kilometers of trails and runs and 1,100 ski lifts, the choices of where and what to ski/ride with the Snow Card Tirol from beginner to advanced terrain are staggering.

Ötztal Super Ski Pass


Skiing in Sölden, © Ötztal Tourismus

With the "Ötztal Superskipass", all ski areas in the longest side valley in Tyrol, including its international hotspots Sölden and Obergurgl-Hochgurgl, are combined in one ski ticket. All in all the lift pass covers six ski areas with 90 lifts and 356 kilometres of pistes – from the family-friendly Hochoetz-Kühtai, Niederthai, Gries and Vent to the snowsure Rettenbachferner glacier resort with slopes up to 3,250m. Also included in the pass is admission to the 007 ELEMENTS James Bond installation and the Top Mountain Motorcycle Museum with its collection of classic and vintage motorbikes.

Pricing information. The Ötztal Super Ski Pass is available for anywhere from 3 to 14 days, including two special options (ski on any 5 of 7 days or ski on any 11 of 14 days). The three-day pass costs Euro 180 for adults, Euro 99 for children and Euro 144 for youths. The "5-out-of-7" offer costs Euro 304.50 at full price and as little as Euro 167.50 for those entitled to a discount. Book your skipass online - up to -20% online discount.

Validity period. November 18, 2021 to April 24, 2022 (for three-day passes) • www.oetztal.com/superskipass

Why? The Ötztal Valley offers a wide range of pistes for all ages and abilities. The Ötztal Super Ski Pass is ideal for everyone from families looking for a fun holiday to ambitious skiers in search of snowsure glacier slopes.

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