❄️ As much skiing as you want, in 13 lifts and 35 slopes at Gausta Skisenter
❄️Free evening skiing
❄️Half price on ski school
❄️Half price on ski rental (during selected periods)
❄️ 20% discount on selected food and drinks (during selected periods)
❄️ Give away a free day pass to someone you know
… and much more!
Our popular family deals, with discounts for families, is now valid for a wider variety of family sizes. This year, the family deal is offered for all families with two adults and 1-4 children aged 8-17 years. A fifth child only pays 50% of the regular youth price. (As always, children aged 0-7 years ski for free – all they need is a valid keycard.)
Please observe that family deals are only valid for two adults + youth/children, senior passes can not be combined with the family deals.
Longer opening hours, better snow capacity and more slopes for evening skiing – these are some of the news for the upcoming winter season.
Due to Covid-19, this year’s autumn fair is canceled, and all season tickets with an early bird discount will be sold online at gausta.com this year.
Remember that all season passes require a valid keycard and a photo of the pass holder. (The face and eyes must be visible in the picture). Lift passes are automatically activated the first time they are used in a lift.
Season passes are personal and cannot be transferred to others. The misuse of ski passes may result in an additional fee or may be reported to the police.
We’ve collected the most common questions and answers about ski passes in our FAQ.
If you can’t find the answer to the question in mind, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will try to answer it as best we can.
The season passes are covered by the rules stated by SLAO og ALF: Refunds are only due for downtime that has lasted more than a third of the period of validity for the season passes. The validity period for season passes begins on the opening date of Gausta Skisenter and lasts until the end of season. Refunds are valid for the ski days that haven’t been possible to make use of due to the ski resort downtime.* The number of possible ski days is counted from the first regular open day of the ski resort.
* By downtime we here mean stops resulting from events not controlled by the operational management, that could not have been expected on the day of sale or whose consequences could not be avoided. Downtime due to wind, weather, snow conditions or unforeseen technical problems is not included.