Two of biggest ski passes on Earth are merging this winter to create the world’s largest networks of ski lifts and ski terrain under on pass.
The Salzburger Super Ski Card & the Kitzbühel Alps All Star Card will become one this winter providing access to 916 ski lifts, over 1,700-miles of ski trails, 25 ski regions in 6 provinces, for 199 days a year.
All this for the very comfy price of €680.00 ($760 USD). Damn, that’s cheaper than many single ski resorts in North America that have less than 30 lifts… It’s less than $1 per lift…
“The Kitzbüheler Alpen All Star Card and the Salzburg Super Ski Card are now valid in 25 skiing regions in Salzburg and the nearby skiing regions of Tyrol. You can ski over 2.700 kilometers of beautiful slopes (with 2.100 km technical snowed) at unbelievable 199 days and use 916 lifts! More flexibility for good skiers and snowboarders + freerider.”
“The Kitzbüheler Alpen are one of the most interesting skiing regions in the world. Discover Austria’s best ski resorts: 25 Skiing regions in Tyrol and Salzburg with reliable snow conditions can be explored with the Kitzbüheler Alpen AllStarCard. The modern ski areas with more than 2,750 kilometers of slopes rank in the “Champions League” of winter sports: Glacier area by the Kitzsteinhorn at Kaprun, skiing on the Schmittenhöhein Zell am See, in the Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn, in the ski area Kitzbühel, in the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser – Brixental, in the Wildschönau, in Alpbachtal (toghether the Ski Jewel Alpbachtal Wildschönau) or in the Ski Network Schneewinkel with St. Johann in Tyrol, Bergbahn Pillersee and the Steinplatte.”