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03.10.2020 - 10.10.2020
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KitzSki season ticket
valid from 29. May 2020 until 2. May 2021Now only EUR 693,00
We take the health of our guests and staff very seriously. Responsible interaction with each other is crucial in times like these. This includes complying with official safety precautions and responsible behaviour as individuals. Please therefore comply with distancing and hygiene requirements. Most of all, however, please enjoy the diversity and beauty of the KitzSki hiking region.
Special reference to guests of AQUARENA: Please wear your mouth-nose-protection right through the entrance and the changing room.
Bergbahn AG Kitzbühel has taken all necessary measures to protect the health of its customers in line with the regulatory requirements relating to the development of COVID-19. You will have more space at the ticket offices, in the summer cable cars and lifts, inns and mountain restaurants. Protective masks are available at each cable car’s ticket offices so you can cover your mouth and nose. Dispensers of sanitiser are also available here.
We are asking our valued KitzSki customers to do their part, too.
> Please stay at home if you show signs of illness.
> Buy your lift tickets in advance online or in your accommodation to avoid a long wait in the ticket office.
> Follow the instructions given by our trained staff.
> Keep at least one metre away from people not in your household.
> Avoid shaking hands and hugging.
> Avoid touching your face.
> Wearing a face covering is recommended in public areas. It is a requirement to wear one in the boarding area and in the gondolas. Please do not leave your face covering behind in the gondola and dispose of used masks and tissues in the bins provided. There are also plenty of sanitiser dispensers available for you.
TIP: Make a contactless purchase of your lift tickets via our online shop (shop.kitzski.at/en) or at the summer cable car ticket points.
What to do during the ride
> Wear a face covering for the entire duration of the ride (mouth and nose must be covered)
> Keep your distance despite the face covering
> Do not leave face coverings behind in the gondola cabin
> Dispose of used tissues and (non-washable) masks
> Follow staff instructions
> Ensure ventilation during the ride
Is wearing a mask mandatory in the cable cars?
Yes, wearing a mask is mandatory in all gondolas. 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 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.
Will lift tickets become more expensive if there are entry limits?
Will skiers be turned away if it gets too busy on a ski day?
If entry limits become law in winter 2020/21, Bergbahn Kitzbühel will have to ask people to book in advance. We are already considering putting in place an advance booking system so that we can avoid large gatherings of people in the ticket offices should this occur. We recommend making a contactless purchase via our online shop at shop.kitzski.at/en.
What regulations apply to mountain restaurants?
Restaurants (including those on mountains) are regulated separately. You can view the regulations at www.sichere-gastfreundschaft.at; each restaurant will implement these themselves. 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 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.
> 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 must be worn in the boarding areas of the feeder services and in the gondolas. Face masks and snoods 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 happening with 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.