More than 33,000 Top4 ski passes were purchased by winter sports enthusiasts in the advance sales period from 1 November 2022 to 15 December 2022. This figure is slightly lower than the advance sales of last winter season (around 36,000). The main reason for this, according to the participating ski resorts of Adelboden-Lenk, Gstaad, Jungfrau Ski Region and Meiringen-Hasliberg, is the higher advance booking price of 850 Swiss francs (compared to 777 Swiss francs last year).
The fact that the advance booking price for adults was increased from 777 to 850 Swiss francs is due to the in part drastically increased prices for electricity and diesel. The advance sale prices for children (333 Swiss francs) and youth (499 Swiss francs) remain the same. Here, the Top4 partners wanted to set an example, not to burden families even further and to promote young winter sports talent.
After the end of the advance sale the Top4 ski pass will cost 1,100 Swiss francs for adults, 710 Swiss francs for youths and 475 Swiss francs for children, just like the last two seasons. The pass is generally valid until 30 April 2023. The four largest Bernese ski resorts are already entering their sixth winter season with the joint pass. All four ski areas have had a good start to the winter sports season, with perfectly groomed slopes, sufficient snow and good weather.
Money back guarantee
A money back guarantee applies to all holders of a Top4 ski pass, should the authorities order closure due to power shortage or COVID-19. In this case, a refund will be made on a pro rata basis. The details of the refund policies can be found at www.top4.ski/gtc.
Sportpass with added value
Holders of the new ski pass can enjoy not only the slopes, but also receive attractive discounts on mountain railway services at selected hotels at the four destinations.
With the Top4 ski pass, you can use all lifts and cable cars in the four ski regions Adelboden-Lenk (excluding Kandersteg and Jaunpass), Gstaad (excluding Glacier 3,000), Jungfrau Ski Region and Meiringen-Hasliberg.