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Opening Times and Prices

Season 2022/23

Plan your skiday comfortably from home. You can conveniently buy your ONLINE SKIPASS in advance, pick it up at the Pick Up Box and go directly to the lift.

WINTER
2022 / 2023
PERIODTIME TABLE
CABLE CAR PLOSE03/12/2022 - 19/03/202308:45 - 16:30
OTHER LIFT INSTALLATIONS03/12/2022 - 19/03/202309:00 - 16:30
Winter season is expected to end on 19/03/2023. Opening times and operating hours are subject to change at short notice. We cannot guarantee that all the lifts will be functioning at the beginning and at the end of the season

Skipass

The five ski areas in the Isarco Valley – Plose, Gitschberg Jochtal, Lüsen, Felthurns and Villnöss – have joined forces to offer the Skipass Gitschberg Jochtal Brixen that ensures the winter experience in all of them.

PRICES SKIPASS – BUY YOUR TICKET ONLINE 

The ski area Plose is part of “the world’s most beautiful ski carousel”, the Dolomiti Superski, that counts more than 1200 km of slopes. If you want to discover more ski areas in one day, get your Dolomiti Superskipass or a Dolomiti Superski E-Skipass.

Tobogganing

From the arrival of the gondola lift Plose you can hike along the winter trail to Hut Rossalm. On your way back you enjoy tobogganing. All you need is a return ticket for the gondola lift.

Single Fare Tickets – gondola lifts

Prices
Gondola Lift
Winter 2022/23
Single Fare
Go and Return Ticket
*Brixencard
Adults19,00 €24,00 €free
Juniores
(born after 27th Nov. 2005)
16,00 €20,00 €free
Groups
starting from 20 Pers.
price on request. Phone +39 0472 200433 | info@plose.org
Children 3-8 y.Children born after the 26th November 2014 accompanied by an adult can use the gondola lift for free.
* BrixenCardBrixenCard holders have a daily round trip by gondola lift for free.

For your safety

With 1st January 2022 Italy is introducing further safety rules for ski resort visitors.

The obligation to wear a protective ski helmet is now extended from the previous 14-year-olds to those under 18.

From 01.01.2022, anyone practising a winter sport in Italy in designated winter sports areas must possess a third-party liability insurance policy covering damage to third parties. The most common insurance policies of this kind, including those for families, already cover the area of “winter sports” – it is nevertheless recommended to clarify this with your own insurance company.

You still need liability insurance? Itasnow offers a BASIS variant (2.5€/day, 25€/season) and a PLUS variant (3.5€/day, 35€/season). Available only online.

Skiing and all other winter sports are strictly forbidden when under the influence of alcohol or toxic substances. Since there is no specification about the alcohol limit, it is reasonable to assume that the implementation of the law is based on similar facts, such as the road traffic regulations, which in Italy allow a maximum of 0.5 mg of alcohol per litre of blood.

In order to offer all guests a professional rescue service in the ski area, we have strengthened the rescue team. This ensures that our slope angels can assist any casualty on the slopes even faster and better. This in turn has very high costs, which is why we charge a flat-rate contribution towards expenses for each accident:

50,00 € + VAT for first aid in the first aid station
200,00 € + VAT for first aid and transport of injured persons in the ski area.

Accidents can be reported at all lift stations, at the restaurants, the ski pass office and of course under the general emergency number 112.

Opening hours of the points of sale

The sales points at the valley station of the Gondola Lift Plose are open daily from 8.30 a.m. to 4 p.m. during the season.

Good to know

– The parking spaces at the valley station of the Plose cable car are free of charge for guests of the cable car.There are more parking spaces in Palmschoss/Plancios and in Skihütte/Rifugio Sci, too. They are smaller and free of charge for guests of the ski resort.
– In Italy camping is not allowed on car parks.
– Free transport of dogs. Please get informed about national regulations concerning dog owners.
– The FIS guidelines are comparable to international road traffic regulations. Every skier and snowboarder should be aware of these FIS rules in order to protect himself/herself and others from potential dangers and to avoid accidents on ski slopes.
– The gondola lifts are subject to the standard National hygiene regulations such as the wearing of face masks, keeping a minimum distance and disinfecting hands.
– Cabins are regularly sanitized.
Information on barrier-free access
– Answers to the most important questions about your next holiday in South Tyrol are available here.

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