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    Protect yourself and others

    The safety of our guests and employees is our top priority. In times like these, it’s essential to interact responsibly with one another. This includes complying with official safety precautions as well as responsible behaviour as individuals. With this in mind, we kindly ask you to comply with the distance regulations and to implement the necessary hygiene measures. Please also remember to enjoy the diversity and beauty of the KitzSki ski area during your visit.

    Legal Basis
    In all closed waiting areas, cable cars and chairlifts with protection hoods, FFP2-masks (without exhalation valve) are mandatory. For the use of chair lifts, T-bars and magic carpets wearing a mask or a tube scarf is sufficient. Gondolas and chairlifts with protection hoods can only be filled to a maximum of 50%.

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    Due to the official requirements regarding the development of COVID, Bergbahn AG Kitzbühel has taken all of the necessary measures to protect the health of its guests. You will have more space, namely at the ticket offices and in the cable cars. Protective masks (FFP2) and tube scarves are available at the ticket offices at each gondola station to cover your nose and mouth. There are also many disinfectant dispensers available for you throughout the ski area.

    PROTECT YOUR HEALTH
    KitzSki is taking the following measures to protect your safety:
    We have implemented all possible measures to counteract the spread of COVID and thus contributing to the protection of our guests and employees. The legal requirements are minimum requirements. In addition, we are constantly working on additional effective measures.

    > Bergbahn AG Kitzbühel has had three employees trained to become COVID officers. We created a prevention and hygiene concept, which has been evaluated by Univ.-Prof. Dr. Günter Weiss, our external expert. The concept is continuously adapted to the latest regulations and developments. The COVID officers are also trained in dealing with suspected cases.

    > We have created 1,000 additional parking spaces and can strengthen our ski bus system during peak times. Note: Wearing a face covering (FFP2) is compulsory on all public transport.

    > Announcements and information (e.g., via large screens and displays as well as from our trained staff) regarding our current COVID guidelines can be found at all main lifts. In addition, we continuously provide you with information via loudspeaker announcements throughout the ski area.

    > Public areas are regularly cleaned and disinfected.

    > Legally set minimum distances are marked in entrance areas and where possible by floor markings and barriers.

    > Sufficient hand sanitizer is available in public areas and soap is in all restrooms.

    > Wearing a face covering (FFP2) is mandatory in the queues, in the entry and exit areas and in all of our lifts (gondolas, chair lifts, T-bars and on the magic carpets) or wherever the minimum distance cannot be maintained. Face coverings (FFP2) are available for purchase at all gondola ticket offices.

    > None of our lifts run for more than 15 minutes.
    Information: The risk of infection only arises when you stay in closed spaces for a longer period and when the minimum distance is less than two meters.

    > Our gondolas are used at maximum 50% capacity. This means that a maximum of 3 people are allowed in a 6-person cabin, a maximum of 4 people, etc., in an 8-person cabin. It is up to you to decide whether you want to enter a cabin that already has people in it.

    > Our gondolas are regularly ventilated and disinfected with a fogging device. This eliminates viruses, bacteria and spores and offers long-lasting protection in the cabins. The product is 100% biodegradable, skin and eye friendly and pH neutral.

    > Employees who have contact with customers wear face coverings (FFP2) during working hours.

    > In the instance of a suspected case, our employees can be tested immediately. We work with a local doctor in these situations.

    > Bergbahn AG Kitzbühel recommends that guests and employees install the anonymous Stop Corona app from the Austrian federal government.

    Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

    Is wearing a mask mandatory in the cable cars?
    Yes, wearing a mask (FFP2) is mandatory in all gondolas an chairlifts. In addition, we recommend wearing a face covering anywhere minimum distancing cannot be maintained, such as in the ticket offices.

    How will the distancing rules be handled in winter?
    We recommend wearing a face covering (FFP2) anywhere minimum distancing cannot be maintained. Wearing a face covering is mandatory in the gondolas. There are some floor markings in the cable car waiting areas. Where these have not been possible, please keep one ski’s length away from other people.

    Will there be entry limits in the winter?
    We are not expecting to have to impose limits on numbers for the resort overall. In terms of situational, officially prescribed entry limits, however, we will of course adhere to the legal principles. If entry limits become law in winter 2020/21, Bergbahn Kitzbühel will have to ask people to book in advance. We recommend making a contactless purchase via our online shop at shop.kitzski.at/en.

    Will lift tickets become more expensive if there are entry limits?
    No.

    What regulations apply to mountain restaurants?
    Restaurants (including those on mountains) are not expected to be opened by law until the end of February 2021. The Pengelstein mountain restaurant we manage will be strictly adhering to all government prescribed security measures.

    What regulations are there for après-ski?
    Après-ski bars (including those on mountains) are not expected to be opened by law until the end of February 2021. Après-ski bars have their own specific regulations. The authorities are yet to announce these, but they will be implemented by each après-ski bar operator. Please note: Bergbahn Kitzbühel does not operate its own après-ski bar.

    What is Bergbahn AG Kitzbühel doing to combat COVID-19?
    We are taking all steps within our means to combat the spread of COVID-19, helping to protect our customers and staff. The legal requirements are minimum requirements. We are also constantly working on taking further effective measures.
    > Customer-facing staff wear face coverings (FFP2).
    > Our staff can immediately get tested if there is a suspected case. We are working with a local doctor in this matter.
    > Legally prescribed minimum distances are displayed where possible using floor markings and barriers.
    > Our trained staff and signs inform people of the safety measures.
    > Public areas are cleaned and disinfected regularly.
    > There is plenty of hand sanitiser in public areas and soap in the bathrooms.
    > Face coverings (FFP2) must be worn in the boarding areas of the feeder services and in the gondolas. Face masks (FFP2) and tube scarfs are available for purchase from our tills.
    > The gondolas are regularly ventilated and disinfected following a special procedure.
    > Bergbahn AG Kitzbühel recommends customers and staff install the anonymous Stopp-Corona app from the Austrian government.

    What is the KitzSki guarantee?
    The KitzSki guarantee applies only to a government-required closure of the entire KitzSki resort operation between December 2020 and March 2021. The KitzSki guarantee does not apply in the case of border closures. Find the details here.