Ski passes valid for the ski resort at Hoch-Imst

Family ticket with day passes

Parents and 1 child pay, all other children born up until 1999 go free.

Children's passes

Children born between 2012 and 2003.  Children born from 2013 onwards go free.

Young adult and senior passes

Young adult tariff available for those born between 1999 and 2002; senior passes require a form of identification. Students until the age of 23, military and civil servants, pensioners and those with severe disabilities (60% and above) are eligible to pay the reduced youth/senior tariff subject to presentation of proof/ID card.

Students

Students until the age of 23, military and civil servants are eligible to pay the reduced youth/senior tariff.

Ski passes for the ski resort at Hoch-Imst

...are not transferable to other persons, and must be shown in the control zones without request and well as at any time at the request of the lift personnel. Subsequent exchange for another lift pass is not possible.

Piste inspections

The last piste inspection is carried out at 4.15 pm/22.15 pm (except on tour nights). Violations of regulations and prohibitions, using the lift without a pass, misuse of tickets etc. will be treated as fraud with no exceptions.

Piste rescue

All of the Imster Bergbahn mountain and bottom stations accept accident reports and lead rescue teams to help injured persons. The injured person will be rescued by the mountain rescue team or Imster Bergbahnen by Akja, snow vehicle or helicopter depending on the case and will receive medical treatment as necessary.

Ski pass refund

A refund is possible subject to the provision of a medical certificate. For reimbursement, the date of deposit is decisive, not the date fo the accident. The period from the date of issue to the deposit of the ski pass constitutes the period the pass is valid for. No claims are accepted for reimbursement in the case of unforeseen departure, interruption of operation, bad weather, avalanche warnings, blocking of ski runs, etc.

Loss/theft

In the case of loss or theft of an annual ski pass, the user must report this immediately to the cash desk of Imster Bergbahnen. A substitute will be issued exclusively subject to the provision of a police document confirming loss/theft. The following administrative fees apply for the replacement of lost or stolen passes:

  • Children's passes € 25.00
  • Adults/young adults/seniors/family passes € 35,00
    In the case of loss of a ski pass (2 days or more) the user will receive a new pass on presentation of the blocking number (on your receipt) and a € 2 deposit.

Lost and found

Cash desk at the bottom station No liability is accepted for objects brought to the lost and found.

Events in Hoch-Imst

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Smart phone app

Explore the wonderful world around the Alpine Coaster Imst on an app! With the app, you can share your favorites with your friends, and you have access to all the important information offline. With the hiking map from the Alpenwelt publishing house, you have a real, topographic map of the region where you can zoom in, search for hiking and mountain-bike routes, infrastructure, and more. The exact position is shown with the help of a GPS receiver (also completely offline).

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