2 coffees, 2 pastries, 2 bottles of water - 7e. This was on-mountain. That would buy you maybe 1 coffee in Switzerland and 2 in France.Just as a general point, we've been skiing in Italy a few times. A few years back we planned a two week trip to the Dolomites, and were going to head around the corner to St Anton for a third week. Then we discovered some friends were coming to our village in the Dolomites and we checked out what was involved if we stayed put to ski week three. For the Dolomiti Superski pass weeks one and two involve a ski lift ticket price of around AUD$50 per day. For week three, on the other hand, passes were the equivalent of AUD$18 per day. Eighteen bucks! For 450 lifts, 1,200km of piste and all the fun stuff that happens around that, and without the hassle of packing and moving? St Anton was going to be closer to $100 per day. We stayed put for week three and had a blast.