Ski Pass Merger Creates World’s Biggest Area On One Lift Pass

Ski Pass Merger Creates World’s Biggest Area On One Lift Pass

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Ski Pass Merger Creates World’s Biggest Area On One Lift Pass

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Trail map for the SkiWelt Ski Area. Just one small piece of the greater ski area under the new pass.

Trail map for the SkiWelt Ski Area. Just one small area of the greater ski area under the new pass.

Two of the largest ski passes in the world, the Salzburger Super Ski card and the  Kitzbühel Alps AllStarCard are merging their coverage to create the world’s largest area under one ski pass.  The new pass will cover 25 ski regions in 6 provinces with a total of 2,750 kilometres (1,708 miles) of slopes served by more than  900 lifts.

The new pass will included 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 full season pass priced will be €680.00 ($760 USD) when purchased in advance.

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