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annual/season ski pass

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Anyone know the approx. cost of an annual/season ski pass for Leysin area please? Can't find this on-line...

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http://www.leysin.ch/E/indexh.html

950.- CHF.
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Re: annual/season ski pass

www.leysin.ch

All communities in Switzerland have websites. Just put the name of the city, town or village between a www and a ch and you can see their site.
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Re: annual/season ski pass

Thanks - I was looking in the summer 'bit' of the Leysin website! silly me...
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Re: annual/season ski pass

Hi,

Children up to the age of 16 living in the commune of Leysin only pay Sfr. 50.- for their winter ski pass. This has been offered by the commune for the last two years and is very much appeciated by the local parents (The cost for a family of 4 used to be very expensive).
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Re: annual/season ski pass

Anyone know of season passes for federations of ski lifts? Wouldn't it be cool to have a pass for ANY lift in CH? Perhaps there are groups of areas that offer season passes.
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Re: annual/season ski pass

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Anyone know of season passes for federations of ski lifts? Wouldn't it be cool to have a pass for ANY lift in CH? Perhaps there are groups of areas that offer season passes.
Here is one for around where I live:

http://www.schneepasszentralschweiz....nformation.htm

There are others available for different regions as well.
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Here is one for around where I live:

http://www.schneepasszentralschweiz....nformation.htm

There are others available for different regions as well.
This is a region pass. I wanted to spend a week of skiing in Wallis, then ski locally for the rest of the season. I was hoping to find a pass that is valid for both. (I'm trying to get my cake and eat it too).
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Re: annual/season ski pass

Some resorts offer a sort of reciprocity deal. eg the Gstaad ski pass used to be valid in Leysin, Villars etc. I'm not sure what the deal is now though...
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Some resorts offer a sort of reciprocity deal. eg the Gstaad ski pass used to be valid in Leysin, Villars etc. I'm not sure what the deal is now though...
Is this like a trade-in, or an affiliation program?
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Re: annual/season ski pass

If I sort of remember I handed my season pass in and they swapped it for one for the length of time I was in the (other) resort. I don't know how it works now with the new Skidata system etc. This was about 15 years ago when I was a skibum musician playing in all the bars and drinking way, way too much and having the same amount of fun so the memories aren't that clear anymore!!!
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