Skiing with Green Pass & face mask
Showing the Green Pass in now required in many areas of life. Also, for the upcoming winter season, it will eb necessary for all skiers form 12 years for the use of the lift facilities.
After about 20 months without skiing, the new protocol allows us again to return to the ski slopes. The first one to open their doors will be the ski areas of Dolomiti Superski on 27th November. Followed by numerous other ski areas in South Tyrol, starting into the winter season about a week later.
The general COVID provisions also remain in force, such as keeping the minimum distance as well as mandatory masks in closed rooms and outdoors, if the minimum distance cannot be kept.
The single ski areas must as well focus on the online sale of ski passes, in order to avoid gatherings of people and queues at the ski pass offices. The use of the lifts is allowed only with a protection over mouth and nose, that is a surgical mask at least.
It will be a challenge for everyone to comply with the regulations to let the winter season run safely and without problems. We hope for a carefree and snowy start into the winter season 2021/22!
For the ski huts and restaurants along the slopes, the same rules apply as for gastronomy: In closed rooms, at the tables, the Green Pass is required.