The ski pass to Gausta Skisenter gives you full access to the whole system with 13 ski lifts and 35 slopes.
Are you a frequent visitor and passionate skier? Then a season pass will be the most economical choice. Only want to ski an afternoon or in the evening? No problem, just get a half day-pass or an evening pass. Or just choose a multi-day ski pass (2-8 days) to fit the duration of your visit. See the full price list below.
For current prices for the 2019/2020 season, see price list above. All prices shown in NOK and may be subject to change.
Children aged 8-17 pay ⅔ of the adult price, see tariff. The same applies for seniors 65+. For skiers aged 0-7 the ski passes are free, yet every skier needs a key card from Skidata.
Valid ski passes for morning skiing: day passes, 1 hour pass, 2 hours pass, season pass.
Valid ski passes for evening skiing: day passes, evening pass, 1 hour pass, 2 hours pass, and season pass.
Half day morning passes are valid from 10 am to 1 pm.
Half day afternoon passes are valid from 12.30 pm to 4.30 pm.
Please note that every skier needs a functioning keycard from Skidata. Keycards, 75 NOK each, can be bought when buying ski passes.
To activate your ski pass make your first ride in one of the following lifts: Skipsliften, Lilleputt, Utsikten, Brendstaulsliften, Fyrieggsekspressen or Fyrieggsliften. The card can not be activated in Vatnedalen.
All season passes are personal and include a photo of its owner. The season pass is non-transferable, meaning the season pass product can only be used by the designated individual from the date of purchase.
If you want to go off-piste skiing from the peak of Gaustatoppen you will need to buy separate tickets for Gaustabanen – the subterranean train that runs inside the mountain all the way to the top. Please note that Gaustabanen is not included in the Gausta ski pass, and that tickets needs to be bought separately.