World’s Biggest Area On One Lift Pass Created With 2,750km of Piste as Passes Merge

Two of the existing largest ski passes in the world, the Salzburger Super Ski card and the  Kitzbühel Alps AllStarCard are merging their coverage this coming winter.  The combined pass now covers 25 ski regions in 6 provinces and a total of 2,750 kilometres of slopes served by more than  900 lifts.

Areas included on the ticket include two of Austria’s three largest lift-linked ski areas, the Skiwelt and the Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn, as well as Zell am See and Kaprun, Ski Jewel of Alpbach and Wildschonau, and the Kitzbuhel region of course.

The pass can be bought for durations of 1 to 14 consecutive days, as an ‘any 10 days during the season’ ticket or as a full season pass priced at €680.00 when purchased in advance.  The season pass is valid for more than six months as it includes three glacier areas open before the main season and in to late spring.

A 6 day adult ticket ranges from to 246 Euros before Christmas week to  265 Euros for the rest of the  season.