There are a range of lift pass options on offer in the region.
- Day, half day and part day tickets can be purchased at each individual lift station. These are region-specific and valid for the mountain area in which you buy them.
- Family tickets can be purchased daily and are also calculate by either the day, half day or part day. Prices are based on 2 adults and 1 child with optional pricing for additional adults and children.
- Purchasing an Oberlungau Pass or Lungau Pass (minimum 2 days) gives you access to Katschberg-Aineck, Grosseck-Speiereck and Fanningberg.
- The Lungo Pass (minimum 2 days) covers the whole region: Katschberg-Aineck, Grosseck-Speiereck, Fanningberg and Obertauern.
- Lungau and Lungo season cards are also available.
- A Salzburger Super Ski Card (minimum 3 days) would give you access to all of the Salzburg ski areas.
- For a complete price list including Oberlungau, Lungo and the Salzburger Super Ski Card click HERE
- If you don't ski a lot or prefer to take your time on the slopes a points card may be the best lift pass choice for you. There is more about points cards below.
- Pedestrian passes are also available.
NEW! SkiPLUS Weeks LUNGAU 2016/17 - Discounted Skipass price and a book of vouchers to redeem.
For further information, time periods and validity click here / DEUTSCH
When purchasing a lift pass you will be required to also pay a deposit per pass of usually between 3 and 5 Euros. Photographs are required for passes of 8 days or more. Often they will take your picture at the booth when you purchase but it is not a bad idea to carry some passport sized photos with you if you are purchasing a pass for this length of time.
Passes are all grouped into four main categories: Adults over 18 years, Youths 15 - 17 years, Children 6 - 14 years and Seniors over 60 years of age (discounted prices). Children under the age of 6 years ski for free, providing they are accompanied by an adult, but will still need to ask for a pass.
The categories given here are generalised. Specific pricing boundaries are set by date of birth and will be listed along with the prices. Proof may be required - so if your child is 5 but looks 8 or you have the pleasure of being over 60 and not looking it then take your passport when you go to purchase you ski pass.
All of the mountain lift websites have their own pricing information, however prices tend to be equal between ski regions. In our opinion the clearest pricing can be found at Grosseck-Speiereck Bergbahn website.
For ease of searching we have provided links to this site in the lift pass options detailed above. An overview of lift passes can be found at OBERLUNGAU , for full region passes (including Obertauern) go to LUNGO.
Lift passes are very easy to purchase and are available from every lift station and tourist office. Credit Cards are accepted almost everywhere however Visa cards are often refused with a preference for Mastercard.
All of the lifts on the Katschberg-Aineck, Grosseck-Speiereck and Fanningberg ski regions have been designated a number of points, the number is relevant to the length of the ski run the lift services. Points range between 2 and 16 per lift. Points cards can be purchased (instead
of the usual ski pass) in increments of 50, 100 or 150 points. Points are deducted from the card at each lift entry. Cards can be topped up at any time and are valid for 2 seasons!! This is a fantastic option for those who do not intend to ski a lot or who like to take their time on the slopes.