EXPLORE THE MOUNTAIN WORLD OF PITZTAL GLACIER & RIFFLSEE TOGETHER WITH ENOUGH DISTANCE AND PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY.
Dear guests and customers of Pitztal Glacier and Nature Park Region,
in times of Corona everyone can contribute to prevent or contain the spread of the virus. As a mountain lift operator, we have drawn up a number of guidelines for ourselves and our guests in accordance with the current state of knowledge and official regulations - in order to ensure the most worriless nature exploration in our scenic mountains. We kindly ask all guests staying in our holiday region to strictly observe the guidelines and pay attention to them with enough personal responsibility. Please note that the guidelines can change at any time depending on the state of knowledge and official regulations. This page is updated regularly.
The health of our employees is as important to us as that of our guests. Together, the Pitztal and Kaunertal glaciers, the Hochzeiger mountain railways, the Rifflsse and Fendels mountain railways and the Imster mountain railways have prepared themselves for the new 2020/21 winter season, which is characterised by Corona. Thus, uniform Covid 19 measures apply in all areas and there will be an ongoing exchange of experience. Immune packages for all employees of the six mountain railways are now being added.
Best regards - The Pitztal Glacier & Rifflsee Team.
Status: January 7, 2021 - 2:30 pm
SKIING LIKE NEVER BEFORE UPDATE // SKIAREA RIFFLSEE & PITZTAL GLACIER
THE RIFFLSEE SKI AREA IS CURRENTLY CLOSED.
OPEN EVERY DAY IN THE SEMESTER HOLIDAYS FROM FEBRUARY 6TH TO 14TH
Limited ski operation from 9.00 am to 3.00 pm
All information here!
COVID-19 MEASURES DEFINED BY PITZTAL GLACIER & RIFFLSEE
SKIBUS SHUTTLE SYSTEM
In addition to the skibus shuttle system, for individual travel there are enough parking spaces free of charge for guests at Pitztal Glacier and Rifflsee.
NOSE AND MOUSE COVER
All guests must wear a nose and mouth cover when queuing at the lift ticket office, when queuing at the mountain gondolas and cable cars, on the ski bus, in the Gletscherexpress and in the gondolas, as well as in the entire restaurant area (except at the seat/table). Buff multifunctional scarfs (made in Europe) or disposable masks are available for purchase at the lift ticket offices and in our restaurants. Price: € 5 per buff multifunctional scarf or € 1 per disposable mask
Thanks to visitor guidance and control systems, groups of people standing close together can be avoided as far as possible.
Gletscherexpress, mountain gondola cabins, sanitary facilities and first aid stations are disinfected daily with cold fogging disinfectant machines.
Gletscherexpress is in operation from 7.00 am to and including Sunday, 18th October. From Monday, 19th October first ascent at 7.30 am. From the start of the Rifflsee ski area, general lift operations from 8.30 am. In addition, the capacity of the Glacier Express was reduced to 50%. The Gletscherexpress will be timed shorter according to demand.
Mountain lift employees and staff temperatures are taken daily before starting work.
Depending on the occupancy, the access to our restaurants on the mountain will be adapted/limited as well. The après-ski umbrella on the sun terrace will no longer exist this winter, but will be operated as a "chill out lounge". Groups can pre-register for lunch on site - the following slots are available per day: 10.30 am - 11.15 am // 11.30 am - 12.15 pm // 12.30 pm - 1.15 pm // 1.30 pm - 2.15 pm. Please register via firstname.lastname@example.org!
Contact tracing is part of our everyday life in these special times. Since October, the contact data of our guests in the catering establishments must be collected. In our restaurants you will find pre-filled forms for this purpose. We ask for your help and for the proper completion of the forms. The personal data will only be used to provide information in case of suspected COVID-19 cases - an automatic deletion will take place 4 weeks after admission.
There are no major events this season. All indoor events have also been cancelled due to current developments.
GENERAL COVID-19 SAFETX MEASURES
Help prevent the spread of COVID-19:
- Wash your hands frequently. Use soap and water or an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
- Keep a safe distance from people who cough or sneeze.
- Wear a nose-mouth mask when you cannot keep enough distance.
- Do not touch your eyes, nose or mouth.
- Cover your nose and mouth when you cough or sneeze, or cough or sneeze into the elbow.
- Stay home if you feel sick.
Follow the recommendations of your local Health Authority:
- Contact a doctor if you have a fever, cough or difficulty in breathing.
- Call the doctor's office before you go there personally. Your doctor will then refer you to the right specialist faster. This is for your own protection and prevents the spread of viruses and other infectious diseases.