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Single trips

- skipass Area -

AVOID THE QUEUE, BUY YOUR SKIPASS ONLINE

Buy your skipass on our web-store: in a few clicks you can recharge your chip-card to directly access the lifts or, if you do not have one, buy it together with your skipass and collect it at our ticket offices and vending machines. The chip-card costs € 2.00, non-refundable, and can be used for subsequent online purchases at any Aosta Valley ski resort.


Single trips

Tickets "one way" (single) or "round trip" (return) for simple lifts

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Winter season periods

PRE AND LAST SKI
27/11/21 → 03/12/21
09/12/21 → 23/12/21
28/03/22 → 18/04/22
SEASON
10/01/22 → 28/01/22
07/03/22 → 27/03/22
HIGH SEASON
24/12/21 → 09/01/22
29/01/22 → 06/03/22

Reductions

Junior < 8:
born after 31/10/2013
Junior < 14:
born after 31/10/2007
Young < 18:
born after 31/10/2003
Senior > 65:
born before 31/05/1957

Ski insurance

Ski and snowboard insurance: snowcare request it at the ticket office € 3,00 a day with your skipass.

Snowcare is the most known ski and snowboard insurance in Europe the only insurance policy for injury and third party liability (RC) for ski and snowboard that you can also buy for only one day.

The Snowcare insurance takes care of yourself and protects you for damage to others.



THE FIRST AID SERVICE ON THE PISTES IS A PAY FOR SERVICE: ANY INTERVENTION WILL HAVE A COST OF € 200,00.


CHECK IF YOUR INSURANCE COVERS THE PERFORMANCE, OTHERWISE BUY THE "SNOWCARE" INSURANCE TOGETHER WITH YOUR SKIPASS



Assicurazione sci e snowboard giornaliera Snowcare

Extract from the general regulation

Please check here our ticketing regulation policy

For every kind of skipass

All ski passes, with the exception of single trips, will be sold exclusively on a chip-card at a cost of € 2.00.

The "Pila Ricaricard" allows you to ski hands-free at all the lifts in the Aosta Valley and to buy your skipasses online on the web-store of any Aosta Valley ski resort.

For multi-day skipasses

The rates for multi-day passes comprising days charged at different rates (high and low season) are calculated according to the actual number of high and low season days.