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SCOTLAND ALL AREAS SKI PASSES ON SALE
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Ski-Scotland has launched its All Area Season Ticket for this winter giving access to Scotland's five mountain snowsports areas.

The pass also allows free slope time and discounts at Snow Factor, Scotland's other ‘real snow' area, and at all of Iceland's ski areas.

Scotland had a bad winter last year and will be hoping for better snow this coming season.

"The All-Areas Season ticket allows total flexibility, so skiers and snowboarders can go to whichever resort has the best snow conditions, and best overhead weather forecast on any given day," Ski-Scotland says.

"Also, there is no need to queue for a lift pass, so ticket holders can easily make fresh tracks on the pistes on arrival."

Nevis RangeNevis Range - photo Bruce Wilkinson for Ski-Scotland

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Ski-Scotland has frozen prices for the new season and has continued the loyalty discount for people who bought an All Area Season Pass last season, 2016-17.

The pass covers 143 pistes as well as off-piste and backcountry itineraries across all five mountain snowsport resorts.

The five are:

  • CairnGorm Mountain near Aviemore
  • Glencoe Mountain Resort between Tyndrum and Ballachulish
  • Glenshee Ski Centre between Blairgowrie and Braemar
  • Nevis Range, near Fort William
  • The Lecht Ski Centre, between Strathdon and Tomintoul
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All Areas Season Ticket holders also benefit from one free four-hour slope-time session at Snow Factor, with a further 30% discount off future Snow Factor visits.

In addition, the Season Ticket gives free access to two days' skiing or boarding at each of Iceland's 11 snowsport areas.

The Iceland link was launched last year but failed to take off after poor snow in both countries:

Loyalty prices for customers who bought an All Area Season Pass last season are £480 for an adult and £260 for a child.

The full price is £535 for an adult and £300 for a child.

The children's rate applies to youngsters aged 5 to 17 years of age inclusive at 1st December 2017.

A limited number of tickets are on sale now through the official Ski-Scotland website and are expected to sell out before the final cut-off date of 30th November 2017.

MAIN PHOTO: Nevis Range by Bruce Wilkinson for Ski-Scotland

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