Do you know the nationwide Czech Skipass?

Do you know the nationwide Czech Skipass?


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For this season, the Czech Skipass offers skiers a total of 195 km of downhill runs, 147 cable cars and lifts, without having to go to the box offices of the individual resorts. The sale of the Czech Skipass takes place from 1 November 2021 and those interested can buy it at the box offices of all participating ski resorts. The season ticket is valid throughout the season, it is non-transferable and, except for Špindlerův Mlýn, they also work for night skiing. Czech Skipass is a card based on a chip card that can communicate with all check-in systems. You only need to visit the box office once a year when buying a ski pass. And then always straight to the turnstile.

The price of a ski pass for an adult is CZK 14,990. Seniors over 63 and juniors pay CZK 10,990, juniors from 12 to 18 years pay CZK 11,990. For children from 6 to 12 years, the Czech Skipass costs CZK 10,990. With this ski pass, the Association of Mountain Resorts of the Czech Republic wants to declare that even in the Czech Republic, the resorts are able to communicate and offer activities that will appeal to a common client, give him new opportunities and comfort. That, similarly to the Alps, it is possible to create a joint ticket in the Czech Republic, which will be valid over a large area. The ticket is issued in the name, it is necessary to provide a photo when buying.

And in which resorts does this common nationwide ski pass apply? You can ski on it in Špindlerův Mlýn, in the Skiresort Černá hora - Pec (ie in Janské Lázně, Pec pod Sněžkou, Velká Úpa, Svoboda nad Úpou and Černý Důl), in the Malá Úpa Ski Resort, in the Ski Family Dolní Dvůr (near the village of Strážné in the Giant Mountains), Herlíkovice, Bubákov and Vítkovice. You can also use it in the ski resort Klínovec, Plešivec, Špičák and in Lipno. The Dolní Morava Ski Resort, Skicentrum Deštné, Skicentrum Kohútka, Skiareál Monínec and Ski Areál Bílá v Beskydech also took part in the project.

In the mountains together in good health and with a money back guarantee

All resorts associated in the Czech Skipass project, as well as the vast majority of other ski resorts, are preparing very responsibly and actively for the coming winter, also from the point of view of safety and health. They are taking appropriate measures against Covid-19 in such a way as to protect the health of visitors, employees and local residents as much as possible. The aim is for everyone to feel as safe as possible in the mountains and for visitors to be able to carefreely plan their winter stay in the mountains.

The ski pass has been on sale since November and can be purchased at any of the participating ski resorts. The card is non-transferable and is valid for the entire 2021/22 season.