On the day known locally as Seppi Day*, all Josephines and Josephs ski on our slopes for free! Simply show your ID at the point of sale and you’ll be given your free ticket right away.
All other snow enthusiasts can look forward to special prices on that day
The musical supporting programme on Seppi Day will follow.
*What is Seppi Day?
St Joseph’s Day has been celebrated by the Roman Catholic Church on 19 March since the Middle Ages as the day of Saint Joseph, the foster father of Jesus. Saint Joseph, a carpenter by trade, is the patron saint of craftsmen, especially carpenters and joiners.
In Switzerland, St Joseph’s Day is often called Seppi Day. In some cantons and municipalities, St Joseph’s Day is a public holiday.