|Day cards||Adults||Children |
|Hours and time value cards (+ 5.00 deposit)|
|“Schnupper card” 1 hour||13,50||7,50||13,00|
|5 hours’ time value1)||38,00||21,00||37,50|
|10 hours’ time value1)||74,00||40,50||72,00|
|20 hours’ time value1)||134,50||74,00||132,50|
| 1) Make even better use of your time on the Petzen with the time value card. Valid all through the season! |
When you go through the turnstile for the first time, e.g. at 9:13am, an hour will be deducted from your time value card. Once you end your skiing for the day or use one of our many other on-site facilities (Hüttengaudi, Naturgenuss, etc.), you can retain the remaining hours as ski time. The next hour will not be charged again until the turnstile has turned another time. Use your hours whenever you like and at any time in the season.
|Family day cards|
|2 adults + 1 child||77,00|
|2 adults + 2 children or more||83,50|
|1 adult + 1 child||47,00|
|1 adult + 2 children or more||57,00|
|ASCENT AND DESCENT||16,00||8,00||15,00|
|TOUR HIKER CARD|
|Fair play card |
(Parking lot use,)
|Ski pass (+ deposit 5.00)|
|From a 3-day ski pass onwards, a photo is mandatory.|
|Season pass (+deposit 5.00)|
|ab 07.12.2019 – 22.03.2020||375,00||190,00||360,00|
|PETZEN -Punktekarte (+5,00 € deposit)|
|The deposit is refunded when you return your Card. Valid all through the season. No credit available for any unused points.|
|Snow bear Card|
|Day card |
Practice life and well lift
All prices valid until 22.03.2020
Start of season
7. december 2019
End of Season
Daily operating hours:
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Last ascent with the gondola lift at 3:50 PM
Opening hours at the chashier desk:
Daily from 8:45 AM to 4:00 PM
1a. Child discount: for children 6 to 14. Children under 6 ride free when accompanied by a parent or guardian.
1b. Youth discount: for young people 15 to 18. Proof must be provided with valid photo ID.
1c. Student discount: for students 19 to 24. Proof must be provided with valid student (photo) ID.
1d. Senior discount: from 60 (women) or 65 (men). Proof with valid photo ID.
1e. Disabled persons: From 60% disability onwards, you are charged the children’s tariff according to the tariff sheet.
1f. Other discounts: State-certified ski instructors and certified schoolteachers are charged the children’s tariff according to the valid tariff sheet in the day card area.
2. Data carrier / ski passes
Depending on the ticket type, ski passes are issued as contactless entry tickets or reusable key cards. If key cards are used, an additional deposit of €5 will be charged as well as the card price. You will have €5 refunded when your key card is returned undamaged.
3. Family discount
Only available within family network. As a general rule, eligibility is contingent on proving family ties (photo ID). The guest agrees to have a photo taken and the relevant data stored at the card issuing points and access points (turnstiles) with each purchase. These data are used for checking purposes and to prevent abusive card use.
Ski passes can only be refunded after a sports accident or illness if the ski pass is immediately deposited with the issuing office and only for the affected person. The refund will be in cash, subject to deducting a processing fee of 2 Euro. The days from the issuance of the ski pass to the date it is handed back in are deemed to constitute days of use. Provided the pass is returned before 10am, it is deemed not to have been used on the day in question. A medical certificate is only accepted when issued by doctors in the Völkermarkt district or in a state hospital and must be provided for each reimbursement. No refund can be made to family members departing early due to an injured party. Special arrangements for season passes are specified in the notice at the payment points. Ski passes issued will not be discounted, refunded or extended in the event of bad weather, avalanche risk, unforeseen or premature departure, operational disruptions, weather-related and operational shutdowns of individual facilities, closures of ski runs, limited ski quality due to new snow, feeder services, etc. No reimbursement for daily, half-day and weekly cards.
5. General provisions
Only holders with valid ski passes and lift tickets as well as the tour card (fair play card) may use our slopes or facilities. With the purchase of the ski pass, lift ticket or tour card, the guest agrees to comply with our general terms and conditions and other provisions. Multiple-day ski passes are only valid on consecutive days. Expired ski passes cannot be returned. No refund will be issued for lost or forgotten ski tickets. Ski tickets are not transferable and must be presented for checking within the control areas without being requested. Cards will be inspected via card readers or visual inspections. Abuse is punishable and will result in the immediate withdrawal of the card, ineligibility for any promotion, the payment of a surcharge of €30 on the daily value and notification to the authorities. FIS rules apply throughout the entire ski area and must be complied with. The instructions and directions given by the ropeway and ski personnel, the ski rescue and parking staff must be followed. Failure to comply with these instructions and gross violations of the FIS rules will result in the withdrawal of the ski pass and ineligibility for any promotion. Ascent for those on tour hikes is limited to the edges of the slopes and with a tour hiker card or a valid ski pass. Valid ski passes entitle you to use the railways and lifts and access the marked slopes during the opening hours. The conditions of carriage and the opening times of the railways and lifts and departure times from stations are specified at the stations and may differ among facilities. After operating hours have ended, it is prohibited to access or walk on the slopes. This could be fatal, since slope repairs and snow-making are being performed. During pre- and post-season periods as well as when snowfall is insufficient, limited facilities and slope access can be expected. Marked slopes: Safe downhill runs, marked with bars and round tables. Unmarked and unprepared runs and ski routes are not considered ski slopes. Use these at your own risk. Under Forestry Law, entering forested areas is punishable. Any breaches of these previsions will result in the card being withdrawn.
Version current as of September 2016 – subject to errors, amendments and incorrect directions.