The three ski lift companies in the 4 Vallées ski region of Switzerland, including Verbier, have announced an initiative to reduce the price of the annual “Mont4Card” which is normally priced at 1,402 Swiss Francs (£1124) for adults reduced to 400 Francs (£326) for under 25s (born from 1993).
The price drop comes as other Swiss ski regions have announced a variety of low priced season pass deals.
A spokesperson for The 4 Vallées lift companies said they see it as a long-term investment and that they were, “Acknowledging the need to promote snow sports to the younger generation.”
The pass does not only cover the largest ski area in Switzerland but pass holders also get discounts worth over 2,000 Francs (£1600) including 6 days of skiing in each of Chamonix and the in the Aosta Valley and 5 days of skiing in each of the Portes du Soleil, Grandvalira, Silvretta Montafon and at resorts in the Vail Group of resorts across North America (including Vail, Whistler, Stowe and others), 50% off a 1- to 5- day ski pass in Arosa/Lenzerheide and 3 days of skiing in the Sierra Nevada.
The pass is also valid in the summer and covers lifts for mountain biking and hiking.
This offer is for a limited time only and will only be available from Friday, 1st September to Thursday, 30 November 2017.