In Austria, the Corona restrictions are based on a step-by-step plan based on the covid-19 bed occupancy in our intensive care units.
According to the current status, there are almost no restrictions for people who have been fully vaccinated against Corona.
You can find all further information below in our FAQ area
Austria is in a nationwide lockdown until 12.12.21. According to current information, we will open for our guests on December 13th.
The latest guidelines stipulate a 2G rule for all guests in Austria. A vaccination or recovery is therefore mandatory for all guests aged 12 and over, children under 12 are exempt from this regulation.
In Austria, all restrictions regarding Corona are based on the intensive care bed occupancy.
current intensive care bed occupancy (external site)
Here we list the points that are relevant for our guests:
(All information applies to people from the age of 12, children up to 12 years are exempt from the rules)
Level 1 (10% occupancy):
Antigen tests only valid for 24 hours
FFP2 masks in gondolas and closed rooms
3G proof of skiing
Level 2 (15% occupancy):
Apres SKi only for vaccinated and recovered people
Level 3 (20% occupancy):
Antigen tests no longer valid
Wherever 3G applies, only vaccinated or recovered or PCR-tested
Level 4 (25% occupancy):
2G in gastronomy, no more tests permitted
Level 5 (30% occupancy):
Exit restrictions for unvaccinated people
Vaccinated and convalescent people do not need to show a test.
Depending on the current occupancy of the intensive care units in Austria, we may not be able to accommodate people who are not vaccinated or have recovered at the time.
If you do not arrive due to a lack of vaccination or recovery, our cancellation conditions continue to apply.
Due to the Corona situation, we have adjusted our cancellation conditions for the entire summer of 2021. These new cancellation conditions therefore apply until November 30th, 2021:
In the event of a travel warning for our area which exists at the time of arrival, free cancellation is possible at any time.
No separate cancellation conditions are currently issued for the coming winter season unless they have been communicated in writing.
If there is a travel warning for Austria, cancellation free of charge is only possible if vaccinated persons are subject to a general quarantine obligation or entry is not possible for vaccinated persons.
Our cancellation conditions do not apply to an active corona disease.
If an arrival is not possible due to an active illness or an early arrival has to be started, the daily cancellation rate will be charged.
We therefore recommend taking out cancellation insurance with European travel insurance, as this also includes an active corona disease.