Sauze d’Oulx Lift Pass Prices

Lift pass prices – Season 2016/17

Days Low season High season Children Gold
1 €37.00 €37.00 €8.50 €21.00
2 €57.00 €72.00 €17.00 €42.00
3 €83.00 €103.00 €25.50 €63.00
4 €94.00 €137.00 €34.00 €84.00
5 €115.00 €170.00 €42.50 €105.00
6 €136.00 €196.00 €51.00 €126.00
7 €154.00 €222.00 €59.50 €147.00
8 €248.00 €68.00
9 €269.00 €76.50
10 €295.00 €85.00
11 €321.00 €93.50
12 €342.00 €102.00
13 €363.00 €110.50
14 €384.00 €119.00
15 €405.00 €127.50

Low Season:
From 08/12/2016 to 25/12/16 and 03/04/2017 to 09/04/2017

High Season rates apply all other times.


  • Children – Those born in 2009 or after. Passport proof required. At least 1 adult must buy a full ski pass.
  • Gold – Those born in 1941 and before. Passport proof is required.
  • Photographs are NOT required.

The Milky Way lift pass in Sauze d’Oulx covers you for all the resorts on the Italian side of the border. This is the default pass that is sold. You can buy anything from half day passes right through to a full seasons pass.

With the 6 day or more pass you can go over to the French resort of Montgenevre for 1 day. If you’re coming out for a weeks holiday then the normal 6 day pass is what I would recommend you get. There is a full 6 day ‘international pass’ which allows you multiple trips into France however it would really take some gargantuan effort to fully utilise this pass. The price of this pass is €246.

It is possible to buy a reduced pass for beginners who won’t get the full use of a Milky Way pass. You can buy a daily pass for €26.00 which gives you access to the Sportinia, Jouvenceaux and Clotes chairlifts. Alternatively you can buy what’s called a Snowpark pass which includes the Sportinia chair, the Jouvenceaux chair and Rocce Nere. The cost for this is €28 per day.

Half day passes start at 13.00hrs and cost €27.00.

Please note that the prices shown below are correct to best of our knowledge. They have been given to us by the ski pass office in Sauze d’Oulx but may be subject to change. We will endeavour to reflect any change as soon as possible.

Where to buy your ski pass

There are several offices in Sauze d’Oulx where you can buy ski passes. The 2 chair lifts that service Sauze d’Oulx both have ticket offices located at the bottom of them. Alternatively you can buy them in the centre of town in the main ABC office.

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Snow report from Sauze d'Oulx. Opening day. 8th December 2016

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Gary WatersLooks brilliant couldn't get down to sansecarrio last Jan due to poor snow condition however I hope the snow remains cheers again James ⛷🏂👍

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@sauzeonline arriving Thu 8. Staying Ciao Pais. You think enough is open (also at that level) or should we switch to Breuil-Cervinia?