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Ski pass comparison - Super Ski Card vs. local ski pass

What's the difference between the ski passes?

With so many different ski passes, it's easy to lose track. However, there are actually only two main types of ski pass: a local ski pass and the all-in-one Super Ski Card. If you're not certain which ski pass to buy, we have compiled a ski pass comparison and provided a few tips below to help you make the right choice.

Map of Kitzbüheler Alpen ski area

Super Ski Card

The all-in-one ski pass for maximum skiing pleasure in Brixen, Kirchberg and Westendorf.

The Super Ski Card offers absolute freedom of choice for ultimate skiing pleasure. As a guest in Brixen, Kirchberg or Westendorf, the card gives you access to two of the best ski areas in Austria: SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental and the world famous Kitzbühel/Kirchberg (KitzSki) ski area. The combined ski areas offer more than 500 km of slopes for maximum skiing fun during your ski holiday. So now you're really right in the heart of a ski paradise.

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Ski pass price comparison

3 day ski passSkiWelt (adult, high season)
3 day ski passKitzSki (adult, high season)
3 day ski passSuper Ski Card (adult, high season)

The Super Ski Card is slightly more expensive than a local ski pass for a designated ski resort. If you're looking to explore more than one resort during your holiday, then buying the all-in-one card will save you money - and time required to purchase another local ski pass. Simply rock up and swing down - in any ski area you choose. The Super Ski Card offers you access to some of the most popular ski areas in the Austrian Alps.

Super Ski Card ski areas

  • checkSkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental

  • checkKitzSki - Kitzbühel/Kirchberg

  • checkSKI Juwel - Alpbachtal Wildschönau

  • checkKitzsteinhorn - Zell am See - Kaprun

  • checkWinklmoosalm

  • checkSteinplatte

  • checkSchmitten - Zell am See - Kaprun

  • checkSkistar - St. Johann in Tirol

  • checkSaalbach - Hinterglemm - Leogang - Fieberbrunn

  • checkAlmenwelt Lofer

  • checkBuchensteinwand

  • checkand much more...

'We'd definitely recommend buying the Super Ski Card for guests coming to Brixental for 4 days or more to ski. It gives you a lot more freedom and choice on your skiing holiday.'

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Stephan Bannach

Kitzbüheler Alpen service team

Fact check

What do I get with my ski pass?

The ski pass options available vary in price. They also offer different services. Every ski pass has its merits and is designed for a specific type of skier. The ski pass guide below will help you decide on the ski pass that's right for you.

Good to know:

SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental Skigebiet Kitzbühel/Kirchberg (KitzSki) Super Ski Card
284 km of slopes 230 km of slopes 22 top ski areas with one ski pass
90 modern lifts 57 top-moderne Gondeln und Lifte More than 2,750 km of fun on the slopes
81 ski huts and mountain restaurants 60 ski huts and mountain restaurants More than 900 cable cars and lifts
Numerous nirsery slopes and ski school areas Free practice lifts in the valley Over 800 family-run ski huts
Theme slopes and fun parks Theme slopes and fun parks 3 glaciers included in the ski pass
Night skiing Night skiing Theme slopes, fun parks, night skiing, etc.

The key question:

Which ski pass should I choose?

The answer depends on your individual holiday needs. Families with young children are more likely to choose a local ski pass (e.g. the SkiWelt ski pass or the KitzSki ski pass). Both ski areas have specially designated family slopes - seven days a week. After all, the two Brixental ski areas are among the largest ski areas in the Austrian Alps.

Sporty skiers and families with older children are usually better advised with the all-in-one Super Ski Card. This option is particularly worthwhile for those planning to spend 3 or more ski days in Brixen im Thale, Kirchberg or Westendorf. This is because you'll have access to two ski areas that are almost completely interconnected. (The 500 m gap is bridged by a regular ski bus service between the KiWest cable car station in Westendorf and Pengelstein cable car station in Kirchberg/Aschau). Switching between ski areas is easy. They are just a stone's throw away from each other and with the Super Ski Card you're always good to go.

Advanced and leisure skiers are spoilt for choice. You'll find both ski pass options offer great benefits. In each ski area, you'll find everything you need for an unforgettable ski holiday. So why not explore the region's incredibly diverse slopes and culinary delights, especially when you can have it all with just one ski pass? All you have to do is choose on the ski pass that suits you best.

Quite frankly, if you're on a skiing holiday in one of the best ski regions in the world, wouldn't you want to experience everything the region has to offer without having to think about it? Brixen im Thale, Kirchberg and Westendorf are ideally situated for a winter holiday in Austria - right in the heart of a ski paradise, the Kitzbühel Alps.

Ski passes and prices

Super Ski Card

Super Ski Card
Super Ski Card

You can find more information about the Super Ski Card for the Kitzbühel Alps, including prices, services and terms and conditions here.

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SkiWelt - Ski pass

SkiWelt - Ski pass
SkiWelt - Ski pass

You can find more information about prices, special offers and services in the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental below.

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KitzSki - Ski pass

KitzSki - Ski pass
KitzSki - Ski pass

You can find more information about prices, special offers and themed days for the KitzSki ski area below.

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