Thredbo have gone big today – not only announcing their season pass pricing for the 2022 season, but launching the passes available to purchase right away, TODAY.

Cue the frenzy as people slide back into group chats with their skier and snowboarder mates to plan their winter holidays or weekend trips. Crackenback in July, anyone?

Four different types of season passes are now on sale, with day passes, rentals and lessons available for purchase from early March. There’s also plenty to look forward to throughout the season, with new offerings, a range of free events, fun après concerts and more.

Find all the details below before you get clicking away to buy your ticket to adventures this southern hemisphere season.

How much?

Thredbo’s winter season passes start from $1359 for adults and $819 for kids. There are four different pass options to choose from, making it really simple to customise your season pass pick based on your individual circumstances.

Choose from:

Premium Season Pass: Perfect for those who want to spend maximum time on the slopes, including school holidays. Make up for lost time and get those vertical numbers up. from $229 – $1699.

Premium Season Pass + Ikon Base Pass: A new, incredible value-for-money offering which includes a 22/23 Ikon Base Pass, unlocking access to 43 global destinations over five continents to explore for both the Southern and Northern Hemisphere seasons. From $1329 to $1999.

Value Season Pass: Perfect for those on a budget or hoping to avoid lift lines, excludes the 2 – 17 July school holidays so you’ll have more terrain to yourself.  From $206 to $1529.

Midweek Value Season Pass: The dream for those who work flexible hours and love the peace of midweek slopes, excludes weekends and 2 – 17 July school holidays. From $183 to $1359.

Season pass sales are limited, and it’s recommended that you snap one up if you plan to visit for eight days or more throughout the season.

See the full pricing breakdown below or click here to find out more.

Day pass prices released with limited capacity

2022 day passes will be priced from $179 for adults and $95 for kids, with full pricing and product information available from early March when they launch to be available for purchase.

Thredbo has announced that it’ll continue to manage daily capacity to ensure they can deliver a world-class snow experience for all guests. Some peak season dates are expected to sell out, so best to follow their social media channels to see announcements and get in quick when sales do launch.

Both day passes and season passes give you access to all the glorious terrain on offer, including the longest runs in the country (5.9km Super Trail) and Australia’s only alpine Gondola.

What’s new this year

If you’ve recently been to Thredbo, get excited about some of the new and improved resort features; such as six new fixed snowmaking guns and four mobile snowmaking guns added to Friday Flat to increase the amount of snow coverage at the dedicated beginners’ area.

There’s also a new Easy Rider T-Bar in the Cruiser Area that will increase rider capacity by over 35% for winter 2022.

The official 2022 winter season is scheduled to kick off on 11 June, subject to snow conditions – and we’re hoping this wet La Nina summer means good things for snowfall this winter.

Biggest event calendar ever!

Expect big things in the Thredbo calendar this year – including live entertainment and après events such as Thredbo Snow Series, the 8th Annual Transfer Banked Slalom, and the Torah Bright Mini Shred for kids.

Those who love a bit of adrenaline will be excited about the 30th anniversary of the iconic Top to Bottom – Australia’s fastest and longest downhill race for skiers and snowboarders.

Après is back!

Apres lovers will be lining up for the new Thredbo’s Kareela Supper Club presented by G.H.Mumm. On Saturday nights, guests can travel up Merritts Gondola, be transported to Thredbo’s iconic Kareela Hutte by a passenger snowcat and then watch the Saturday night Flare Run and Fireworks Spectacular with champagne and canapes in-hand.

Plus plenty of other opportunities to have a drink by the snow – like the G.H.Mumm Long Lunch and the return of festival-style music series, Vintage Ski Soirée, First Base.

Jump on over to the Thredbo website to buy your season’s pass, or follow their social channels for announcements on day pass, rental and lesson on-sale dates coming soon.

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