The four largest Bernese ski regions are thus using the joint ski pass for the fifth winter season in a row. With an advance price of CHF 777 for adults, the pass will cost the same next season as it does this season. The prices for children and young people also remain unchanged. Advance sales will start this year on 1 October 2021 until 15 December 2021.
This winter season, the first snow fell right on time at the beginning of December, all the way down to the lowlands. Due to the continuing great uncertainty as to whether the ski areas will be allowed to start or continue their operations at all because of the pandemic, advance sales of the Top4 ski pass (partner offer from Adelboden-Lenk, Gstaad, Jungfrau Ski Region and Meiringen-Hasliberg) were lower than in previous years. By 24 December 2020, 28,400 Top4 ski passes had been sold (compared to 42,200 in 2019).
Now everyone involved hopes that the next winter season 2021/2022 can take place under “normal” conditions again. This would again mean full transport facilities and, above all, open restaurants, terraces and snow bars.
For the time being, the very good snow and slope conditions can still be enjoyed in the current winter season. Thus, most of the Top4 ski areas will remain open until Easter Monday, 5 April 2021. In the Jungfrau Ski Region, the Männlichen area will remain open until 11 April 2021, and the lifts and slopes around Kleine Scheidegg will certainly remain open until 18 April 2021, or even 25 April 2021 depending on conditions. Engstligenalp in the Adelboden-Lenk ski area is expected to remain open until 2 May 2021.
For further information, please visit www.top4.ski