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The alpine region of Gstaad and its partners launch new Superpass to access 630 km of slopes


Three top ski resorts with one pass

This winter season the Swiss alpine region of Gstaad and its neighbouring ski resorts are extending their ski pass, known as the 'SuperPass', to include an extra 200 km of slopes. The new SuperPass will allow skiers to make the most of three ski resorts - Gstaad Mountain Rides, Les Alpes Vaudoises and Adelboden-Lenk - with just one ticket.

The SuperPass is available as a multi-day ticket, lasting between four days and the entire season.

Thanks to the extended pass, skiers will have access to 630 km of slopes, 188 cable cars and lift facilities up to 3000 metres. From high-octane blacks to satisfying reds and undulating blues, Gstaad and its neighbouring regions offer a varied ski terrain, including plenty of mileage on long scenic slopes. The SuperPass was first launched in 2012.

Rates of the new SuperPass: 4-day adult pass costs CHF 242 (£158 per person) and a 6-day adult pass costs CHF 333 (£217 p.p.)

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