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robert75
robert75
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Feb 8, 2011 - 6:43 AM
hello,
i'm slightly overwhelmed by options on different passes. could you help me out to choose the most economical solution:

arriving 18 feb mid day to zurich international airport
accomodation from 18 feb to 1 march in chur, graubunden
snowboarding 19 feb to 28 feb in st. moritz, laax, flims, andermatt (depending snow conditions)
23 feb my friend joins me and travelling from 24 onwards together to st. moritz, laax, flims, andermatt
returning 1 march afternoon to zurich international

which travel pass and ski pass option is the most economic?

best regards,
robert from finland
Annika
Annika
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Feb 8, 2011 - 1:55 PM

Hello Robert, and welcome! Your best option is a Swiss Half Fare Card. You'll be making relatively short and inexpensive trips, and your travel scheme will also depend of the weather. A Swiss Pass would therefore turn out to be too expensive. The Swiss Half Fare Card can be supplemented with local ski passes. Which ski pass(es) is or are best, depends on how long you plan to be skiing within one area, so that's a bit hard to say. Ski pass overviews can be found at local websites, such as Flims/Laax, St. Moritz and Andermatt.

Have a great stay in Switzerland!

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