Sölden Ski Area
COVID-19 Safety Measures

COVID-19 Safety Measures

With a view to the coming winter season and the upcoming challenges regarding the spread of COVID-19, Bergbahnen Sölden Mountain Lifts have developed a comprehensive package of preventive measures to ensure the health and safety of our guests, employees and the local population.

5 basic rules of conduct

Keep enough distance

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Nose and mouth cover

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Observe hygiene regulations

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Ventilate the cabins

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Show personal responsibility

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Please always carry a nose-mouth cover (NMC) with you and use it if the required minimum distance of 1 meter from other people cannot be maintained.

In principle, wearing a NMC (multifunctional cloth, protective mask, ...) is mandatory in all indoor rooms.

A NMC must be used in the following areas:

  • At all ski pass offices and cash desks of Bergbahnen Sölden
  • In the access/waiting area of mountain lifts
  • In the entire station, boarding & exit area as well as during lift rides (mountain gondola/chairlift, lifts, T-bar lifts)
  • When using moving carpets (in the practicing area)
  • In all mountain restaurant and gastronomy areas (NMC is not required at the tables)
  • When using the sanitary facilities
  • In the skibus & at the skibus stops

As in all public transport facilities, it is mandatory to wear a NMC in mountain gondola cabins and when using chairlifts or T-bar lifts.

The gondolas or lift chairs can therefore also be occupied according to the available seats (e.g. 8 people in an 8-person cabin, 6 people in 6-person chairlift).

A reduction of the maximum number of people permitted in the mountain gondolas or chairlifts is currently not legally mandatory, but the permitted capacities can always be reduced if the number of passengers is correspondingly low.

It is recommended to open the windows of the gondola cabins so that they are well ventilated during the lift ride.

It is mandatory to wear a NMC at all skipass desks.

Please also keep a minimum distance of 1 meter from other people.

It is compulsory to wear a NMC in the waiting areas of all mountain lifts.

If possible, please keep a minimum distance of 1 meter from other people.

In all restaurants, the legally decreed distance between tables is observed or appropriate separating devices (e.g. glass panels) have been installed.

The NMC must be used when entering the restaurant until you reach your table, and also on the way to the toilet. No NMC is required when sitting at the tables.

In the self-service restaurants, the hygiene measures in the free-flow areas were adapted and expanded. The NMC must also be used in the entire free-flow area.

We also offer all of our menus/drink menus online. They can be called up via our iSki Sölden App, our website or via QR code directly in the mountain restaurants.

A NMC must also be used on the way to the WC and when using the toilet facilities.

Please also keep a minimum distance of 1 meter from other people.

Sufficient disinfection stations are available in all sanitary facilities.

There will be no après-ski in the habitual way at the umbrella bars operated by the mountain lifts. The bars are run as a coffee lounge with table service, where only guests with a seat are served. The legally decreed distance between tables is observed.

Music in the restaurants and bars operated by the mountain lifts will only be subtle background sound; après-ski atmosphere will be consciously avoided.

As in all public transport facilities, it is mandatory to wear a NMC in the ski buses and at the ski bus stops.

Due to the currently applicable legal framework and restrictions, it is not possible to hold larger events. The weekly events Indian Girl (night ski show) or the Sölden/Electric Mountain Parties will not take place from the current point of view. The Electric Mountain Festival (08 + 09 April 2021) and Hannibal (16 April 2021) are currently still open and also depend on the legal framework. More detailed information will be available in good time.

The weekly night skiing including tobogganing (without show), The Wising Table, ELEMENTS by night and Summit Dinner will take place as planned.

Please follow the general hygiene rules and wash your hands regularly. A sufficient number of disinfectant dispensers will be made available.

The cabins on the mountain gondolas can be perfectly ventilated by opening the cabin windows during the entire lift ride. Our employees ensure that the windows of empty cabins are kept open.

Disinfection measures are also carried out at regular intervals in our toilet facilities and elevator cabins.

Bergbahnen Sölden pay maximum attention to thorough cleaning/disinfection activities, such as cleaning or disinfecting tables/bar areas in the mountain restaurants as well as handrails, door handles and sanitary facilities.

  • Please do not leave your used protective mask or handkerchiefs in the mountain lift cabins, but dispose of them properly in the garbage bins provided.
  • Please always observe the recommendations and guidelines and follow the instructions given by our employees, especially those relating to the currently applicable hygiene regulations.
  • Please show personal responsibility and protect your health as well as the health of all people around you.
Bergbahnen Sölden Ötztal

Dorfstraße 115
6450 Sölden, Österreich

T +43 5254 508 - 0
F +43 5254 508 - 120

bergbahnen@soelden.com

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