Important information about the Covid 19 protective measures
The protection and safety for our guests, as well as for our employees, have top priority. A clear communication and following the rules are important for a safe stay. We are all responsible for a good and safe coexistence and if we adhere to the given rules, nothing stands in the way for an unforgettable Hochzeiger mountain experience.
last update: 07.03.2021
This page will be continuously updated. We reserve the right to make changes at any time.
Please note, that the official requirements can change at any time and our measures are continuously adapted.
HOCHZEIGER SKI AREA OPERATING TIMES
Following opening times are valid (until further notice):
- Monday & Tuesday: We are closed - no skiing possible.
- Wednesday &Thursday: The Lisslift (practice lift at the valley station) is open - day ticket only for this lift EUR 10.00
- Friday to Sunday: Ski operation from 9 am to 3.30 pm.
- Swiss stone pine bakery: open Friday to Sunday - "snacks to go"
You get further information about the open slopes and lifts here.
The gastronomy in the ski area is closed. The toilet facilities at the valley station and at the middle station are open during the ski operation.
PROTECTION-MEASURES FOR THE SAFETY OF OUR GUESTS
Covid-19 rules for the Hochzeiger mountain railways
You can find the specially trained staff members at the entries and exits of the gondola station. They will have a look on our visitors, check the distance rules and they are also contact person for your questions.
Ski pass tickets - advanced purchase:
Due to the special situation and to avoid large numbers of people at the ticket office area, please use the possibility to buy your ticket via our online shop at www.hochzeiger.com. Furthermore, ski pass tickets can also purchased in advance in numerous hotels or at the local information points of the Pitztal tourist office.
Purchase of group ski passes:
For a quick and secure purchase of group ski pass tickets (from 20 people), we ask group leaders to contact us in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A higher number of buses is available.
Mouth and nose protection duty (FF2 mask!)
This applies to all Hochzeiger mountain railway facilities (gondolas, chairlifts,T-bar lifts, ticket office area, ski depot, sanitary / toilet facilities, first aid rooms, ski buses, restaurants, etc.) It must also be worn in all waiting areas and during the whole ascent or descents with the lifts. Children under the age of six are excluded. Children from 6 to 13 need a mouth and nose protection (buff). People aged 14 and over must wear an FFP2 mask.
The surfaces of the mountain railway equipment will be cleaned and disinfected in regular intervals. Care is also taken for regular ventilation of the closed station buildings and restaurant areas. The sanitary facilities are equipped with hygiene items provided for disinfection and are thoroughly cleaned or disinfected at regular intervals.
Please note the notes!
We ask you for attention. Have a look on notices from signs, posters, staff, etc. and to the generally applicable rules of conduct. Pay attention to floor markings and guidance systems in the waiting areas and at the ticket office area.
Hochzeiger Bergbahnen employees:
All employees are equipped with mouth and nose protection and are continously trained in the applicable COVID-19 hygiene measures.
GENERAL COVID–19 RULES WHEN USING THE CABLE CARS
- Minimum distance of 2 meter to people who do not come from the same household.
- Mouth and nose protection duty in all mountain railway facilities or in the waiting areas. Children up to the age of six are excluded. Children from 6 to 13 need a mouth and nose protection (buff). People aged 14 and over must wear an FFP2 mask.
- Pay contactless - avoid cash payment.
- Please follow the instructions of our staff members.
- Avoid shaking hands and hugs.
- Wash hands several times a day with soap and water for at least 30 seconds or, if possible, use the disinfectant dispenser provided.
- Avoid touching the face.
- Sneeze and cough into the crook of your arm or a handkerchief.
- Used handkerchiefs belong in the rubbish bin.
- If there are any signs of illness, stay at home and in suspected case, please call the health hotline 1450.
You will find current information on COVID– 9 on the following pages: