Sauze d'Oulx ski pass

How much is a ski pass in Sauze d'Oulx?

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Last update: 18-09-2021

Sauze d'Oulx Ski Passes

There are hardly any other resorts that could offer better value for money for a ski pass as you would find at Sauze d'Oulx. The resort offers access to over 400km of snow-sure pistes including all the resorts in Via Lattea and Montgenevre (for an additional fee) with a total of 63 interconnecting lifts. If skiing is your top priority, the pistes at Sauze d’Olulx are mostly north-west facing which naturally increases the likelihood of good powdery conditions on the runs. As part of the Milky Way ski network, there is also a potential to gain access to one of the biggest ski networks in Europe.

Types of Sauze d'Oulx Ski Passes

The Milky way pass is the standard pass given at Sauze d’Olux. You can however choose between two variations of the Milky Way pass; the Vialattea pass grants access to all the resorts on the Italian half of the border (305 km) while the Vialattea international pass which includes Montgenevre resort in France as well as the Vialattea resorts. If you’re planning more than just a short stay, the Vialattea International pass would be by far the best value for money. With Sauze d’Olux located farthest west of the Milky Way network, it is possible to ski all the way across to Montgenerve ( skiing across Sestriere, Sansicario, Claviere, Cesana Torinese) with the Vialattea international ski pass. Additional categories such as the Gold and Baby Ski passes can be added on both the Vialattea and Vialattea International ski passes. The additional pass categories can also be applied to your chosen ski pass for access to the lifts at Vialattea, Montiluna (alone) and Montiluna/Montgenevre.

Sauze d'Oulx Gold Ski Passes

The Gold Ski pass at Sauze d’Olux offers a significant discount to skiers who are born before 1945. An official proof of age will be required at purchase.

Sauze d'Oulx Child (Baby) Ski Pas

The Child/Baby discounts are applicable to children born after 2011. When purchased, the ski pass must also match the same date and duration (length of ski) as the accompanying adult’s ski pass. Official proof of age required at purchase.

Sauze d'Oulx Half Day, Single & Multiple Day Ski Passes

There are Half-day, Single and Multi day passes (more than 2 days) available for purchase. Prices will vary depending on what lifts and access area is selected.

Sauze d'Oulx Beginner Ski Passes

Beginner ski passes are also available for single day purchase for the Sestriere (Carpet Lift), Sanaicario (Chair Lift) and Claviere (Chair Lift) lifts.

Where can I buy a Sauze d'Oulx lift pass?

You can purchase your Sauze d'Oulx lift pass from any of the ticket offices at the resort. There are also automated ticket stalls which operate 24 hours a day at the resort. You can always get a ski pass or top up from any of the resorts at Sauze d’Olux or Vialattea. You can also save yourself a great deal of time and effort and purchase your ski pass for Sauze d’Olux directly with us at Erna Low. We have over 25 years of experience and long standing relationships with ski operators and resorts and we are in the business to simplify your ski holiday for you.

Can I pre-book my Sauze d'Oulx ski pass?

Yes. You most certainly can pre-book your Sauze d'Oulx ski pass online with us especially if you do not fancy joining the queues at the ticket office after a long flight or drive. Kick back and unwind or jump straight onto the slopes after you arrive at Sauze d’Olux, knowing that your ski pass has already been pre-booked and is ready to use instantly.

How do ski passes work in Sauze d'Oulx?

The ski passes in Sauze d'Oulx operate in a fairly similar manner as you would find in other ski resorts in general. The passes are electronically credited onto a plastic smart card which is then used to operate the door and or barriers at the lifts. The cards look and function similarly to a regular payment card. They will also feature the holders first and last names They can be swiped or remotely activated when in proximity with the barriers ( To enable this, you will have to store the ski pass card in your front jacket pocket or the sleeve pocket on your winter jacket).

What about Pedestrian ski passes in Sauze d'Oulx?

Planning to visit only for the sights? Or perhaps you also plan on taking a few snowy hikes in between your ski holiday? There are reduced prices for pedestrian lifts at Sauze d’Olux. There are ‘non skier’ lifts at Sestriere (Garnel Chair lift), Cesana-Claviere (Rafuyel and Sagnalonga Chair Lift), Cesana to Sansicario ( Cable car) and Sauze d’Olux (Chairlift Jouvenceaux-Sportina). The pedestrian passes are administered as return trips (round trip).