Over a third of ski slopes in the Czech Republic will increase their prices this season, the Association of Czech Ski Resorts informed on Wednesday. The charges will go up on average by around four percent. Ski slopes have invested over a billion crowns in snow-making equipment and improvement of their infrastructure, the association said. The average price for a one day ski-pass will increase to 560 crowns for adults and 390 crowns for children.
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