/ Season ticket
Lets also pray its a shit hot winter in the UK.
In an "average" season Cairngorm has more ski days and the season last longer. I bought a season ticket 2 years ago for Cairngorm. I can't remember how many days I had in total but it broke even by December and I think it was working out less than £10 per ski by the end of the season.
Have a good one!
Should you not pray for it to be cold? Excuse my taking it literally... I'm only a stupid foreign pedant ;)
However, I'll pray too!
its more expensive but does allow you to visit any of the 5 areas depending on snow or weather conditions i bought my first one this year so hoping to get a good winter visiting everywhere and some touring in between.
< Cairngorm less affected by the wind>
Is this the same Cairngorm we're talking about?!!
Just bought my annual Chamonix unlimited pass. €1020 seems quite steep but I reckon it'll work out as reasonable value for money in the end.
Buying a season pass doesn't make skins stop working.
> Buying a season pass doesn't make skins stop working.
Hmm ... , that didn't make any sense really did it :-p
What I meant was that I know that you can get full value out of a season pass and still use your skins, even in a lean snow year. However, if you haven't got the time to make up the days, or don't really enjoy skiing enough to want to get out, or even if you've got something against skiing in Scotland, then just do whatever floats your boat.
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