Lift pass prices
We expect the prices for the 2019/20 season to be released in early November.
|Days||Low Season||High Season||Children||Gold|
From 07/12/2018 to 21/12/18 and 01/04/2019 to 07/04/2019
High Season rates apply all other times.
Children – Those born in 2011 or after. Passport proof required. At least 1 adult must buy a full ski pass.
Gold – Those born in 1943 and before. Passport proof is required.
Photographs are NOT required.
The Milky Way lift pass covers you for all the resorts on the Italian side of the border. This includes Sestriere, Sauze d’Oulx, SanSicario, Cesana and Claviere. If you purchase a 6 day pass then you will automatically receive 1 free day across the border in Montgenevre.
For beginners who feel that they will not get value for money from a full pass then a reduced pass is available that will give you access to the lifts in the beginners area. The cost for this is €27 per day.
You can purchase a half day pass for €28. This will allow you to use all the lifts from 1pm onwards.
Season passes are available for €1100 however if bought during the promotional period (24th October – 12th November) the cost is reduced to €800.
A snowpark pass is also available which allows you to use the snowpark which is located just in front of the resort. A days ticket for this costs €16.
Ticket offices are located in the centre of town at either end of the row of shops that faces the slopes and also at the bottom of the Fraiteve gondola. The main ski pass office is located in Piazza Agnelli.
What our customers say
"We've been coming to Sestriere for years now and only recently came across James and Sestriere Online. We now regard him as our go to person for ski hire in Sestriere. Nothing is ever too much hassle for him. Great bloke!"
~ D. McCall ~
"The whole process from start to finish was painless. Everything was clearly explained on the website and when we got to resort the equipment was very good indeed. Highly recommend booking your skis hire through James"
~ R. Snook ~
"Great service from the guys in the ski rental shop. We were a large group and they had everything waiting for us"
~ R. Pearson ~