|Resort Name||Season Pass Adult||Season Pass Child||Weekday Adult||Weekday Child||Purchase|
|3 Peaks Dolomites||655.00||235.00||57.00||-|
|Ala di Stura||0.00||-||-||-|
|Alagna Valsesia - Monterosa Ski||500.00||90.00||25.00||5.00|
|Alba - Ciampac - Buffaure||510.00||185.00||54.00||-|
|Alpe di Mera||500.00||350.00||25.00||5.00|
|Alpe di Siusi / Seiser Alm||740.00||270.00||62.00||-|
|Artesina - Mondolè ski||700.00||170.00||35.00||8.00|
|Auronzo di Cadore||680.00||240.00||32.50||20.00|
|Campitello di Fassa - Col Rodella - Sellajoch||510.00||185.00||-||-|
|Campo Felice - Rocca di Cambio||510.00||310.00||-||-|
How many times will you visit Italy resorts? A season Pass is the best choice for avid skiersand for all who want to return to the resorts in Italy through entire winter season. Skiers can choose from various season pass types to suit all ages and preferences.
Season Pass holders get the best price and various benefits in addition to their season lift tickets.
The 2022 – 2023 Ski Season Daily Ski Passes vary based on dates, age, and number of days. Consider the early bird lift ticket prices are usualy different from top season prices. The late season lift ticket prices might save your money, too.
Lift tickets can be purchased online through a resort website, or in person at a cashdesk in the resort. For the detailed information call particular resort.
Purchasing your tickets in advance is the best way to save. We recommend to check out resort’s specials page for all kinds of deals, including retail, lodging and light ticket deals.