Ski price index 2022/2023 – We are among the cheapest ski areas

In time for the start of the ski season, the holiday portal holidu has published a list of the ten cheapest ski areas in Germany.

It’s that time again: The ski season is open! As every year, the ski areas in Europe attract snow enthusiasts and winter sports fans. According to the editorial network Germany, skiing holidays will be up to 20 percent more expensive this year, but bargains can be found away from the well-known slopes – and relaxed descents can be enjoyed.

Holidu has evaluated the prices of all ski resorts with more than 20 kilometers of pistes in Europe and more than ten kilometers in Germany. For this purpose, the average price per person and day during the high and low season was researched for both a ski pass and accommodation.

So which ski resorts offer the best value for money and which ones should skiers expect to pay more for?

5. Big Arber – 67 euros

The winter sports area around the Großer Arber is in fifth place. The largest mountain in the Bavarian Forest offers winter sports enthusiasts different demanding routes over 13 kilometers and the little ones will also find an area tailored to them in the ArBear children’s area. In addition, there is even a World Cup race track. Nine lifts bring guests to the Großer Arber.

If you want to holiday here in winter, you pay 36 euros for a day pass, but save on the relatively cheap accommodation (35 euros in the high season and 27 euros in the low season).

Total kilometers of slopes: 13 km ///// Cost per kilometer of slopes: 5.15 euros /////

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Click here for the press report in the PNP