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Explore 2750km of piste with the new Kitzbüheler Alpen AllStarCard

Explore 2750km of piste with the new Kitzbüheler Alpen AllStarCard You can now access 2750km of piste in Austria on one lift pass!

The Kitzbuheler Alpen All Star Card has combined with the Salzburg Super Ski Card to offer a lift pass for an area larger than anywhere else in the world!

The new pass will cover more than 2750 km of slopes and 900 ski lifts, including 3 of Austria’s largest ski areas: Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn, Zell am See – Kaprun and Ski Jewel Alpbachtal Wildschönau.

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Price of the AllStarCard ski pass

The pass is cheaper than you think, so if you are a keen skier or snowboarder and thinking of either doing multiple ski holidays during the season or visiting more than one ski area on your holiday than you may want to consider this new pass.

The AllStarCard ski pass is valid from: 15.10.2016 - 01.05.2017

Ski passes are available for 1 to 14 days, as a 10 day pass with freely selectable days and a season pass.

A 6 day pass is:
Adults: € 265
Children: €132
Youth: €198

10 day pass with freely selectable days:
Adult: €485 (advance €435)
Child €242 (advance €217)
Youth: €363 (advance €326)

Season passes purchased before 06/12/2016 start from €680 (adult)


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