Dachstein Krippenstein:


Conditions

Conditions Dachstein Krippenstein

All prices quoted are in Euro including 10% VAT. Subject to price changes due to possible VAT raises

Year of birth stipulations: 
Children born 2011 and after receive a free pass. 
Children: Born between 2001 and 2010. 
Youths: Born 1998, 1999, 2000. 
Senior citizens: Born 1957 and before. (photo identification required).

Family ski passes: Family pass for use within the same family. When families purchase a ski pass for the two oldest children and at least 1 parent, the third and every additional child receives a free ski pass for the same duration  Family proof required (children = D.O.B. 2001-2010)!

Please demonstrate family status: with a family pass (Austria) or proof of receipt of child benefit (Germany) or certificate of registration/family confirmation. We apologise that no price reductions or free passes for children can be assured without provision of identification. 

Photo ID: For ski passes of 3-days and more digital photos are taken at the cash desk, free of charge. 

Prices: A mixed price is charged during times when seasons overlap. Information about additional ski pass offers is available at the lift cashdesks. 

Payment types: We accept cash in Euro, Maestro, debit Card, Eurocard, Visa, American Express, Mastercard and Diners. 

Keycards: All ski passes are issued on Keycards (these are re-usable, non-contact data carriers). Keep your keycard in the left jacket or trouser pocket. Deposit: Euro 2,-. Undamaged keycards can be returned to any cash desk. Other data carriers are not accepted. 

Legal matters: Individual services which these ski tickets entitle you to avail of are provided by independent companies. The contractor who purchases the ticket, only acts as a representative for the other contractor. Only the respective contractor is obliged to fulfil individual services and to provide damages for incidents where applicable.

Regulation for misuse: Any misuse of ski tickets, including use by a third party, will be punished and as a result the ski pass will be withdrawn and the party concerned excluded from carriage. There will also be a fine of at least Euro 70.- and payment to the amount of the full day ticket will have to be paid. Any attempt to transfer a ski pass to another guest is regarded as misuse. Subject to criminal charges!

Ski pass reimbursement if you have a skiing accident
Reimbursement following a skiing accident is only provided if the ski pass has been deposited at our cash desk. Period of use includes the days from the issuance of the ski pass, through to the deposit date. Bring a medical certificate with you to receive a cash payment. Family members who leave early to accompany an injured person will not be provided with any cash reimbursement. No reimbursement is provided if you become ill, even if a medical certificate is submitted. 

Ski passes are non-transferable
Lost or misplaced ski passes cannot be replaced. Bad weather, unexpected departure, interruptions to operations or suspension of skiing do not represent a claim for reimbursement, or an extension. Subsequent exchange for another ski pass, transfer to other people, extension or postponing the validity date is not possible. 

Inspections
Travel passes are regularly inspected at the turnstiles. Upon misuse, without exception, the ski pass will be withdrawn and a charge levied. 

Conditions of carriage
Please be aware of the conditions of carriage of the individual lift facilities (see notices at the cash desk and at the lift facilities). 

Piste accidents
A contribution to the costs of rescue is to be made if you have to be rescued following an accident on the piste.