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Last updated November 2021
The health of our guests and our employees is our top priority.
New Rules in Austria and for the Winter Season 21/22
Starting from the 08th of November 2021, Austria has implemented the “2-G Rule.”
(2 G stands for : Geimpft and Genesen) Vaccinated or Recovered from/against Covid 19)
This means that for Hotels and Restaurants, as well as for premises (including Apres Ski) only vaccinated or recovered persons will have access. Children will not fall under this regulations up to the age of 12 years old.
Tests, such as PCR or Antigen Test will not be valid for gaining access to most facilities, infrastructure anymore.
The use of Gondolas are also affected by the “2-G Rule”. (plus FFP Maske within the Gondola)
If you have questions about these Rules please don´t hesitat to contact us @ email@example.com
We are lucky, as due to our focus on private lessons and the individual care of the guests in small groups, our families stay amongst themselves and do not run the risk of “drowning” in the crowd.
Since the ski lessons take place outdoors and all contact can also take place outdoors, the risk of infection is negligible. But of course we have also dealt intensively with all possibilities in our preparations of your winter holiday for this new start in the coming season. We have analyzed our procedures and examined them for possible dangers and risks with regard to a Covid infection.
What happens if you are unable to travel to your planned holiday?
We will all start the coming winter with a bit of uncertainty. But that shouldn’t keep you from looking forward to and organizing your holiday. We have adapted our cancellation conditions and will allow you to cancel, free of charge, up to 5 days before the start of the course.
We all know them now: the hygiene rules
Of course we take these new standards seriously and we ask you to:
• Stay at home if you notice any of the known symptoms
• Refrain from shaking hands
• Sneeze or cough into the crook of your arm or into a handkerchief
• Wash hands regulary with soap
Transportation by Lifts
Cable cars are classed, according to the guidelines, as public transport and therefore the same rules apply as for trains, buses, etc. This means that one is required, ideally, to keep a sufficient distance. Regardless of this, however, a MASK MUST be used.
If the number of passengers makes it impossible to keep the recommended distance, some forms of public transport may be excluded from the guidelines, as otherwise proper operations are not possible.
Sunday - Friday: 08:00 - 12.00
and 15:30 - 18:00
Saturday: 09:00 - 12:00
and 13:00 - 19:00