Ski Tickets for the Chäserrugg Area
Book your ski ticket for the Chäserrugg area online early and secure your price advantage. Check the shop's calendar overview to see the current prices for the whole season and load your ski tickets onto your KeyCard with just a few clicks. So there is nothing standing in the way of your next ski day in Toggenburg and you will soon be enjoying the varied pistes in the Chäserrugg area.
Day & multi-day passes
The day and multi-day tickets are valid in the entire Chäserrugg area. The multi-day ticket is a ticket for several days in direct succession.
The 4-hour-card is valid for four hours in the entire area from the first entry. In addition, it is also valid for one descent with the funicular railway or the combined railway after the four hours have elapsed.
Beginner Ticket Iltios
The Beginner Ticket is valid for the ascent and descent with the funicular (Unterwasser-Iltios), for use of the practice lift and for the Kinderland on the Iltios.
Day Pass Alt St. Johann
The Day Pass Alt St. Johann is valid for one day on the axis Alt St. Johann-Sellamatt-Ruestel. The Unterwasser-Chäserrugg axis and night skiing are not included.
The best time is now!
The ski and sledging tickets are now part of an innovative tariff system, the Best Time Ticket, and can already be booked from now on. With the Best Time Ticket, the price evolves, which is among other aspects influenced by the following three factors:
The earlier you book the ticket online, the better the price.
As demand for a date increases, so does the ticket price.
The ticket price depends on the selected day of the week as well as holidays and festive days.
Insurance for your online ski ticket
When purchasing your ski ticket online, you can now insure it directly. Owners of insured tickets will receive a refund in the following cases:
Illness or accident
Insure your ticket in case you are ill on the day of your excursion or cannot use all the days of your multi-day ticket due to illness or an accident.
If this occurs, please hand in your ticket with a medical certificate at the mountain railway ticket office and the money for the unused days will be refunded to the payment method used in the online shop.
Closure of all slopes
If all the slopes have to be closed for example due to lack of snow or storm, you will be refunded the money for that day on the payment method used in the online shop.
Questions & Answers
Day and multi-day pass
The day and multi-day passes are valid in the entire Chäserrugg area during the official opening hours. The multi-day pass is a ticket for several consecutive days. Not included in the day and multi-day passes are extra rides for events such as the Full Moon Dinner or night skiing.
The 4h Card is valid for four hours in the whole area starting with the first entry. It is also valid for one descent with the funicular (Iltios-Unterwasser) or the combined lift (Alp Sellamatt-Alt St. Johann) after the four hours. This ticket replaces the morning and afternoon tickets and allows you to decide for yourself when your four hours on the Chäserrugg begin.
The Beginner Ticket is valid on the funicular Unterwasser-Iltios, on the practice lift and for the Kids' Village on the Iltios. Therefore, the ticket is ideal for newcomers and returning skiers, as a blue piste runs directly next to the practice lift (piste Iltios No. 5) and there is a blue downhill run (pistes Iltios-Espel No. 11 & Schwendi-Unterwasser No. 12) into the valley to Unterwasser. If you don't yet feel fit for the descent, the funicular will take you back to Unterwasser.
Ski pass Alt St. Johann
The Alt St. Johann ski pass is valid for one day on the Alt St. Johann-Sellamatt-Ruestel axis. Night skiing is not included in the Alt St. Johann ski pass.
Sledging Day pass Iltios
The sledging day pass Iltios is valid for the mountain rides with the funicular Unterwasser-Iltios.
Sledging Day pass Stöfeli
This sledging day pass Stöfeli includes both the funicular (Unterwasser-Iltios) and the ride on the Stöfeli cable car to the middle station (Espel-Stöfeli).
The aim of the Best Time Ticket is to achieve a more balanced utilisation of capacity, which will lead to more space on the cableways and the slopes. A visit in the off-season will be more attractive for guests thanks to the new tariff system. This improves the quality of the skiing or sledging experience throughout the winter.
The following age categories apply to ski and sledging tickets:
- Child: 6 - 15 years
- Youth: 16 - 19 years
- Adults: 20 years and older
Children under 6 are free when accompanied by a ticket-owning adult.
In the online shop
In the online shop, a calendar overview is displayed for both ski tickets and sledging tickets. By selecting the ticket type (4h ticket, day or multi-day ticket, beginner ticket or ski pass Alt St. Johann), the ticket prices appear directly in the calendar, assigned to the days.
At the ticket shop
Next to the ticket shop are blackboards on which the current prices for the day are written.
When purchasing ski tickets online, it is possible to add an insurance policy to the tickets during the booking process. The insurance takes effect in the event that the ticket cannot be used on all purchased days due to the following reasons:
- accident, illness or death of the holder (with a medical certificate)
- complete shutdown of the facilities or closure of all pistes for an entire day
If one of the cases mentioned above occurs, the ticket must be returned to one of the mountain railway ticket offices immediately after the occurrence of the event. In the event of accident, illness or death of the holder, a medical certificate must be handed in with the ticket. Subsequently, the amount for the unused ski days will be refunded to the payment method used in the online shop.
If a child (under 16 years of age) falls ill, the child's ticket and the ticket of an accompanying person will be refunded, provided that both tickets were insured.
Bad weather or snow conditions, loss, voluntary non-use, early departure, partial breakdown of facilities are expressly not considered as reasons for refund.
You can find out more about this in the General Terms and Conditions and in the tariff regulations.
Reimbursements are only possible for ski tickets purchased online, if insurance has been booked. Refunds for tickets purchased at the resort or uninsured tickets are generally not possible. Bad weather or snow conditions, loss, voluntary non-use, early departure, complete or partial failure of facilities are expressly not considered as reasons for refund.