An adult 6 day high season lift pass will cost €404 for everyone aged 16 to 70 for Italy's Dolomiti Superski this winter, the first time the week's lift pass price has broken though the €400 barrier.
The region is one of the world's largest, depending on how you measure it, with 1200km of partially lift-linked slopes served by 450 lifts. There are 890 individual ski slopes.
In a press statement announcing the new prices Dolomiti Superski
points out that the €404 price s for high season only, over Christmas and New year weeks and then from 28 January to 1st April 2024. At other times the ticket price drops to €363.
There's also 5% off prices all season when tickets are purchased at least 48 hours in advance online.
Children aged 7 and under ski free when accompanied by an adult buying an equivalent pass and children aged saving on the adult price. There are also discounts for "superseniors" born in or before 1953.
As with most of the big regions skiers can also opt to buy a passes for one of the individual ski areas making up the bigger region such as Val Gardena
, Cortina, Fassa and Badia, each as big as many other areas in their own right, and with lift passes costing 10-25% less than the full Dolomiti Superski ticket.
Elsewhere in Europe, of the tickets that normally cost the most, the max price for the 3 Valleys 6 day adult ticket is €375, the 4 Vallées CHF 389 (about €405).
Zermatt's has a range of prices and dynamic pricing that in theiry offers lower prices for early bookers. It's most expensive ticket includes the Aosta Valley
and is shown as €534 (€557/£480) for 6 days. Chamonix
had not published its 23-24 prices at time of writing but last year the full Mont Blanc
region 6 day adult pass price was €365.
Price calculator: https://www.dolomitisuperski.com/it/Skipass/Prezzi