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SarvesAlta Alpine Resort is nestled in a beautiful setting overlooking the Alta Fjord and the valleys that surround the town. It’s a cozy and family-friendly winter park that’s great for everyone, whatever your age and fitness level.
Prices ski rental 2023/2024:
|Children up to 12 years||Teenager/adult|
Ski/snowboard, shoes, poles and helmet
|Shoes up to size 35||145||125||315|
|Shoes from size 36||230||210||500||230||210||500|
|Complete package cross country skis||495||595|
Prices ski passes 2023/2024:
|Adults||Children 6-16 year||Student Senior|
|Prices at resort|
|10 DAY SEASON||3430||2820||2820|
|3 / 6 DAYS||1150||905||905|
|5 / 8 DAYS||1925||1500||1500|
|Family prices online|
|1 adult + 1 child||1 adult + 2 children||2 adults + 1 child||2 adults + 2 children|
|Family prices at resort|
|Prices include 12 % VAT|
When buying a family card, a family is considered adults and children from the same household.
GUIDELINES AND SECURITY AT SARVESALTA ALPINSENTER AS
If you do not have a Key Card from Skidata, you must purchase this. Card price is in addition to the lift card price. If you have a Key Card from Skidata, this electronic card can be recharged and used in several facilities. We have a deposit of NOK 50 on the Key Card.
All lift passes are personal and may not be transferred to others. Lost cards are not replaced. If a season ticket is lost or damaged, a new card can be loaded onto a new Key Card. The price of a new Key Card is NOK 100. In case of abuse or violation of the above guidelines, or of the alpine trail rules, the lift pass can be confiscated.
Weather and skiing conditions
Our guests must be aware that weather and skiing conditions can change quickly in the mountains. The guests themselves are responsible for assessing the conditions based on their own skiing skills before buying a lift ticket. If you are unsure about the weather and conditions, contact us before you buy a lift ticket.
Safety on the slopes
At SarvesAlta Alpinsenter, rules for safety from the National Association of Alpine Facilities apply.
When you visit us, it is your responsibility to follow these rules. You can find the rules here: https://alpinogfjell.no/alpinvettreglene
All skiing outside marked and groomed slopes is considered off -piste and takes place at your own risk.
Safety in the ski lift
All zigzagging, jumping, playing or other activities in the lift, which involve danger to people and construction equipment, is prohibited and may result in confiscation of the lift card and expulsion from the area.
At SarvesAlta Alpinsenter, it is mandatory for everyone using the lift to wear a helmet in the alpine centre.
GUIDELINES FOR THE PURCHASE AND USE OF LIFT CARDS
1.DEFINITIONS TYPES OF LIFT CARDS
- Time cards , half-day cards, day cards or multi-day cards are valid during ordinary opening hours for the date or dates specified on the card.
- Season tickets are valid during normal opening hours from the facility’s opening at the beginning of the winter season to the end of the season.
- Clip cards and time cards are valid until the validity date stamped on the card.
- Other types of lift tickets, such as family tickets, are valid during normal opening hours for the date or dates specified on the card.
2.USE OF LIFT CARD
- Unless otherwise specified, lift tickets are personal and cannot be transferred/lent to others. Violation may result in the card being confiscated. The user must be able to prove that he is the rightful holder of the card. The card must be shown unsolicited during inspection.
- A lost lift card is only replaced with a new card when personal data has been registered in connection with the purchase of the lift card and it can be blocked.
- If you lose your season ticket, you can buy a new Key Card for NOK 100, and the season ticket can be loaded onto a new Key Card.
- Damage to the Key Card during normal use gives the right to issue a new card.
3. RULES FOR ALPINE TRAFFIC IN THE SKI SKI
Alpine skiing – including snowboarding, telemark etc. – is associated with a certain risk. The cardholder undertakes to become familiar with the international Alpine Skiing Rules and to act in accordance with them.
4.RIGHT OF WITHDRAWAL WHEN PURCHASING A LIFT CARD
In the case of distance sales – for example when buying a lift pass over the internet – the law on the obligation to provide information and the right of withdrawal applies to distance sales and sales without fixed business premises (law of 20 June 2014 no. 27 – right of withdrawal).
When buying a lift ticket in the online shop, the buyer is responsible for familiarizing himself with the weather and driving conditions, as well as which slopes are expected to be open on the day in question.
In the case of sales from a permanent point of sale – for example in the case of sales from the ticket office in connection with the ski resort – the Right of Cancellation Act does not apply, but the general refund rules in points 4 and 5.
5. REFUND IN CASE OF BUSINESS INTERRUPTION, ILLNESS OR INJURY
In the event of a service interruption – i.e. when the lift stops and/or when more than 50% of the total trail offer at the time of purchase cannot be used – the cardholder is entitled to a proportionate refund for the time the lift card cannot be used. The service interruption must last at least 60 minutes and the sum of the service interruption must amount to more than 1/3 of the lift card’s validity period.
Refunds are not given for the purchase of day tickets, half-day tickets or hourly tickets.
5.2. OPERATIONAL INTERRUPTION BEYOND THE FACILITY’S CONTROL (FORCE MAJEURE)
In the event of a service interruption that is beyond the ski resort’s control, the refund shall correspond to 50% of the proportionate refund to which the cardholder is entitled according to the previous point. This applies to operational interruptions as a result of, for example, weather and wind conditions, lack of snow, avalanches, lightning strikes, floods, fires, power outages, strikes, prohibitions or orders under public law, pandemics, etc. and which constitute conditions that the facility could not reasonably be expected to take into account the time of purchase. It is up to the facility to document that the interruption of operations is due to such conditions and that the facility has not had the opportunity to avoid or overcome the consequences of these.
The above provision does not apply if the facility is open for more than 1/3 of the season. If the facility is closed – for example due to a lack of snow – beyond 1/3 of the season’s total number of skiing days, the card holder can demand a proportionate refund for the time the season card cannot be used. The cardholder is not entitled to the entire purchase price. A possible refund claim is limited to 50% of the lift ticket’s purchase price, regardless of the time of purchase. The refund must correspond to 50% of the proportional share of the time the lift pass cannot be used, that is, the value of the lift pass divided by the number of days in the season. This “day rate” is decisive for the size of the reimbursement claim.
Any refund claims cannot be settled until after the season has ended. Until the end of the season, the plant owner can therefore reject any refund claims.
5.3 REFUND IN CASE OF ILLNESS OR INJURY
In the event of illness or injury, the card user will be entitled to a proportionate refund of the card expenses for the time the card cannot be used. On request, the injury or illness must be documented through a doctor’s certificate. The lift pass must be returned as soon as possible.
6. PENALTIES FOR MISUSE OF LIFT CARDS OR BREACH OF ALPINE RULES
The cardholder agrees that misuse of a lift card, breach of the Alpine Code of Conduct, breach of instructions in the lift and descents, skiing while intoxicated , etc. may result in the confiscation/blocking of the lift card, the imposition of a surcharge/control fee, expulsion from the facility and/or a police report. By misuse of a lift card is meant, among other things , the use of the wrong card (adults using a child card ), the card of another person, forged card, stolen card etc.
7. COLLECTION AND STORAGE OF PERSONAL INFORMATION
SarvesAlta Alpinsenter AS is responsible for processing the cardholder’s personal data. For more information about how we process your personal data, and what rights you have in connection with the processing, or wish to exercise any of your rights, you can contact us by email: email@example.com