In the first days of Oak Hall skiing, we used to walk up the mountain and then ski down. More time was spent trudging up hill than sliding down but we loved it!
Now there are incredible networks of lifts that take skiers and boarders safely and swiftly to the summit ready for a day of adventure. These are extremely safe, very high-tech and a great part of the experience of the mountains.
Choosing your lift pass
In Feldberg, lift passes are included in the cost because we have come to an agreement with this resort. For the other destinations, (where prices also change through the season) you will need to choose your ski pass based on:
number of days that you want to ski or board
and for Lauterbrunnen only, the breadth of area
You can indicate your choice when you book your holiday.
Paying for your lift pass
For those resorts where the lift pass is paid for separately, you will be able to pay one week before departure. The price of your lift pass choice will be calculated using that day's exchange rate from the Post Office website.
We will send you an email with a link to allow you to pay for your lift pass.
Lift passes in Feldberg, Champéry, Schladming, Artesina, Aprica and Alto Sangro
To see the map of the area covered by each lift pass, please click on the links below.
In Lauterbrunnen you can choose between a lift pass for the Jungfrau Region or one that covers Grindelwald and Wengen. Although the Jungfrau Region pass costs about 20% more than the Grindelwald and Wengen pass almost all guests opt for the Jungfrau Region pass.
Please click here for a map of the Grindelwald and Wengen area.
Please click here for a map of the Jungfrau Region.
When will I receive my lift pass?
Your Oak Hall leader will have your lift pass ready for you so that you can head straight up the mountain on your first day.
Any discount given to Oak Hall on the passes is used to buy lift passes for our volunteer team.