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The Website link for Sattel is www.sattel-hochstuckli.ch/ We have found this suitable for a couple of days skiing and near enough from Zug (about 35 mins). The costs are clearly shouwn on there website - they even do a 2 days ticket.
Ibergeregg is a little nearer and you can drive right to the pistes. Their website link is www.ibergeregg.ch
I hope this helps.
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For a very advanced skier and someone who has done it before both these places will be a little small. Possible ok for the first day of relearning but if the OP is in any way athletic then very limited for two days. Snow'n'rail
offers day passes and train tickets together for reduced prices and are well worth it. Depending on where you go you'll pay about 60-90CHF for a lift pass and train ticket per person, per day. They also do two day offers if you decide to overnight in a resort. You'll also get a discount on ski rental with the snow'n'rail ticket.
As for location there are hundreds to choose from. Certainly a smaller area (Ibergeregg
, Sattel etc) may be good for one day, but I would suggest a medium sized resort for the second day(Hoch-ybrig
etc). Some of these may be a little further away, possibly in the region of two hours, but you get what you put in, in terms of investment.
You don't say how good you were 10 years ago when you skied. In my experience people who were good skiers in the past have taken to it like riding a bike when coming back to the sport after a long absence.