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Wildkogel-Arena protects its guests and employees

Information about Wildkogel lift operations during winter season

Skiing is an extremely healthy outdoor sport. When you are out in the fresh mountain air, you replenish your vitamin D levels and get lots of exercise in the process. And the benefits aren’t merely physical: Especially after all those restrictions of recent months, a stay in the mountains also does wonders for your state of mind. Good reasons, then, to see you here this winter!

Ski Operations in Winter 2020/21

As things look right now, nothing stands in the way of for the most part unrestricted ski operations in winter 2020/21. Our businesses will comply with all official regulations and implement all necessary measures to ensure guests of our ski area are as safe as possible.  Vitally important, of course, is the individual responsibility of businesses, guests and employees.

 

Our corona safety measures in detail

Please note: All information is being continuously updated. Status: 27.08.2020.

Governmental regulations in their most current form shall apply. All information is subject to change.

 

FAQ Measures
1. Where do I have to wear a facemask covering my nose and mouth? Until further notice, a facemask covering your nose and mouth must be worn at all times on ski buses, in ticketing and lift areas as well as on all forms of lift transportation
(gondola cabins, chairlifts, ...).
2. Will I be able to obtain a facemask in the ski area? Facemasks appropriate for winter sports are available locally.
3. Do I also have to wear a facemask on the piste? Facemasks are not obligatory on the pistes.
4. Are the gondolas and lifts ventilated during the ride? All lifts are ventilated to the greatest extent possible during the ride.
5. Where are the disinfection stations located inside the ski area? Disinfection stations are provided at all major public hubs as well as WC facilities.
6. How are guests informed about corona safety measures locally? Signs installed at various locations provide guests with information about corona safety measures. All information is kept updated right here as well as on the "BB Wildkogel" app.
7. Are the gondolas and lifts disinfected? All forms of lift (gondola cabins, chairlifts, ...) are disinfected regularly.
8. What corona regulations apply to all lifts? All mountain lifts are regarded as public transportation and subject to the same regulations. Further information on this subject is available here!
9. How are the lift employees trained and instructed about current corona measures? Employees are uniformly instructed and trained in corona safety guidelines and regulations.
10. Does each lift company have a designated corona officer? The lift company has an employee who is a designated corona officer, responsible for planning and implementing safety measures.
11. Is the health status of lift employees monitored? Yes, we plan to conduct regular PCR tests on our employees.
12. What special measures do lift employees have to comply with if they are in direct contact with customers? Those employees who have direct customer contact wear either a facemask or are spatially separated from guests by means of appropriate safety measures (e.g. plexiglass barriers).

 

Ticket sales

You have the following possibilities for contact-less ordering/buying of ski tickets:

 

Ski Pass Sales Outlets

You can obtain your ski tickets from the ticket windows at the valley stations of the Wildkogelbahn in Neukirchen and the Smaragdbahn in Bramberg. You also have the option of buying tickets for the Wildkogel-Arena directly at the reception desk of our hotel sales partners.

 

Important Corona information

 

 

 

  • Where can I find current information about the coronavirus in Austria and SalzburgerLand?  
  • How do I recognize the symptoms of a coronavirus infection?  
    In most cases, coronavirus infections are associated with mild symptoms similar to the common cold. These may frequently include fever, coughing, shortness of breath and difficulty breathing. In severe cases, the infection may lead to pneumonia, acute respiratory syndrome, kidney failure and even death.
  • How should I behave if I suspect I am infected?  
    If you think you may be infected, you must immediately phone the Austria-wide health support number 1450. Avoid public spaces, do NOT go to a doctor’s office and do NOT use public transportation.

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