The Špindlerův Mlýn resort began to make snow during the last week of November. This means that the aim to manage the planned Špindl Ski Opening at the second weekend of December was fulfilled again. “We haven’t had good snow conditions like this so early for many years. We hope the weather stays on our side and skiers can enjoy several opened pistes in Svatý Petr, Horné Mísečky and Medvědín at the beginning of the season and if everything goes well, we would like to open the legendary Stoh piste for keen skiers as well. We are doing our best to offer quality skiing adventures and hope to help make the season perfect in this way,“ said Adam Svačina, the sales and marketing manager of the Špindlerův Mlýn resort. In addition to chairlifts, ski lifts and pistes, restaurants, a ski rental and the Skol Max ski school are going to be available from the first day of the 2021/22 winter season too.
The ski resort will be opened based on the rules and precautions ordered by the government of the Czech Republic. “The main thing is that chairlifts and ski lifts can be used only by skiers who have valid VR-certificates (vaccination, recovery). The certificates will be checked when selling tickets online and at ticket office was well. This rule does not apply to children younger than 12 years and juniors aged 12-18 years who have to show negative COVID-19 tests. For more details about precautions that have to be respected in our ski resort and the list of opened pistes, please see our resort website: skiareal.cz,“ added Adam Svačina.
The ski pass advance sale for the 2021/22 ski season started online on gopass.travel on 23rd November. The system is similar to the one of flight tickets and is based on flexible prices – the sooner you buy, the better is the price. The ski pass prices on individual days depend on the demand, weather and other criteria. The ski passes will be sold at the highest prices at ticket offices. There is also the PREMIUM Smart Season Pass that offers skiing in 10 resorts in 4 European countries – Ještěd and Špindlerův Mlýn in the Czech Republic, in Jasná and Vysoké Tatry in Slovakia, in Szczyrk in Poland and in Mölltaler Gletscher, Ankogel and Muttereralm Innsbruck in Austria.