Win a season pass for the Austrian Tirol

Tirol Snow CardThe Tirol Snow Card is a season pass – not just for a single ski resort – but for an entire region. It covers 86 ski areas, 1100 lifts and 4000km of pistes. 4000km is the approximate distance from the Ski Club offices in Wimbledon to Sochi, Russia, just to put that in perspective.

Geographical digressions aside, we’ve got a Tirol Snow Card to give away to one lucky winner.
If the idea of unlimited skiing in world-class resorts including Kitzbühel, Mayrhofen, Sölden and Ischgl takes your fancy, make sure you enter the competition, quick smart! We’ll be drawing a winner at the start of November (after the London Ski and Snowboard Show). Turning green with envy will likely ensue.

How far is 4000km?

4000km of pistes – that’s about the same as the drive from London to Sochi.

The aforementioned resorts, courtesy of their famous (or sometime infamous) apres-ski, can also inspire world-class hangovers, but if schnapps and schalger music aren’t your scene, don’t worry. Tirol has five glacier ski areas that ensure a loooong spring season, there are smaller resorts (such as Fieberbrunn and Kühtai) that really pack a punch in the off piste department, plus dozens of bucolic alpine villages.

Enter the competition now.

The price of an adult Tirol Snow Card is €696.00 and it can be purchased at participating ski resorts and lift companies. (Note: while the Tirol Snow Card is valid for most of Tirol it does not cover St Anton)

www.snowcard.tirol.at

www.visittirol.co.uk

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