Where can my children free skiing? Up to what age is the ski pass free for children? And what conditions have to be met so that children can use the lifts and slopes for free? Snowplaza shows in which ski areas the ski pass for children is included and where it is particularly worthwhile the family To go skiing. After all, there are several regions in Austria, Germany, Switzerland and Italy, where skiing costs nothing for the little ones. Snowplaza presents the ski areas where children can ski for free.
The ski pass for children is free in these ski areas
In general, the ski pass for children up to 5 or 6 years is free in almost all ski areas. However, if your children are older, it will be difficult to find a ski area where children can still ski for free. Unless you go on a skiing holiday in the off-season. In the Almenwelt Lofer, children born in 2014 and younger go free in the off-season accompanied by adults. Children born between 2013 and 2004 inclusive pay children’s prices. In the high season, the 3rd and other (own) children up to 15 years are free. In no other ski area, children ride free for so long. Please note that the free ski passes for the kids are usually only available when accompanied by their parents. Family membership often has to be proven.
In the Almenwelt Lofer, driving is free for the third and every additional child in the low season. (Photo: © Almenwelt Lofer)
Almenwelt Lofer: Free skiing for children up to 15 years
The Almenwelt Lofer is one of the most family-friendly ski areas in Austria. Almost 50 km of slopes can be explored on the Skialm. In the low season, children up to 15 years of age who buy a 3-day ski pass accompanied by an adult receive the ski pass free of charge. The day ski passes are also free every Saturday. ">Read more >
Weißsee Glacier World: Free ski pass up to 12 years
In the heart of the Hohe Tauern National Park is the Weißsee Glacier World with its 30 kilometers of slopes and deep snow runs. Above all, the tranquility of nature attracts ski vacationers to the idyllic ski area. Parents can take two children up to the age of 12 for skiing free of charge. Read more >
Großglockner / Heiligenblut: free season ticket for children up to 15 years
Heiligenblut with 55 kilometers of slopes is surrounded by the impressive mountains around the Großglockner (3,798 m). If both parents buy the Sunny Card season ticket, children up to 15 years of age ski for free throughout the ski season. Read more >
Pyhrn-Priel region: free skiing up to 10 years
Wurzeralm and Hinterstoder in the Pyhrn-Priel region is an insider tip for families. The two ski areas together offer 120 km of cross-country trails and around 60 km of slopes. If you buy the snowman card for 3 euros per day and accompanied by a parent, the ski pass is free up to 10 years. Read more >
Stubai Valley: ski pass included for children up to 10 years
Not only the Stubai Valley and the Stubai Glacier, but also the nearby ski mountains around Innsbruck are particularly attractive for families. The ski pass for children up to 10 years is free if a parent buys a ski ticket. Read more >
In the Stubai Valley, the ski pass for children up to 10 years is free. (Photo: © TVB Stubai Tirol)
Other ski areas where children can ski for free
- Pitztal (AT): children born 2013 to 2010 will receive a free Bambini ski pass
- Zermatt-Matterhorn (CH): up to 9 years
- Wipptal (AT): Children from 2012 or younger travel for free. Until age The 2004 children’s rate applies
- Ratschings-Jaufen (IT): born after December 1st, 2011 the price pass applies, born after December 1st, 2003 the children’s rate applies
- Dolomiti Superski (IT): up to 8 years
- Les Diablerets (CH): up to 6 years
All statements without guarantee! In addition, children get up to including 5 or 6 years in most ski areas in Austria, Germany and Switzerland the ski pass for free. To search for a destination >
Travel offers including ski pass for children
Ski passes are cheapest in the low season. Many ski areas offer attractive package deals for ski opening in November and December and for sun skiing in March and April. In the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser – Brixental not only the ski pass, but also accommodation for 3 days or more is free for children. Snowplaza keeps you up to date in the mountain letter about the top offers of the tourism associations. More travel offers >
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