SAFE HOSPITALITY IN THE STUBAI MOUNTAIN SUMMER

In order to present Austria as a safe country to travel to, the Austrian government has announced that employees in the tourist industry across the country should be tested for the coronavirus from July. A renowned Tirol medical laboratory has been testing test mountain (hiking) guides as well as staff working in accommodation services, restaurants, cable cars, sports shops and leisure facilities since the beginning of June.

We are also arranging training for coronavirus prevention and hygiene in conjunction with doctors in the Stubai Valley and the traditional “hollu” Tirol hygiene specialists. 

This is how we aim to make our contribution to making hospitality safer in the Stubai mountain summer of 2020.

HAVE THE MOST FUN “AT A DISTANCE” - WITH A VARIED PROGRAMME FOR YOUR CHILDREN

From 29 June to 11 September and from 5 October to 23 October 2020, your children also have the opportunity to come along to our supervised children’s programme this summer.

Even if this summer we have to keep a greater distance when playing than we normally do, we won’t let it spoil our fun together. When we play with hula hoops or ropes, it can even be quite funny. Because - apart from when it rains - the activities in our programme only take place outdoors and only in small groups, which means that the kids always have enough space. You can find more information here.

TRAVEL ON THE STUBAI MOUNTAIN RAILWAYS - SAFELY

Our mountain railways have taken great care and every precaution to ensure your health is maintained as we transport you up the mountain. A safe distance of at least one metre is guaranteed in the waiting area and all valley and mountain stations have been sufficiently equipped with disinfectant dispensers. Please note that you are required to wear a face mask in the gondolas.

Be in the cashier area - safely

Get on board/ in the cabin - safely

 

WHEN ARE OUR RAILWAYS OPEN?

Opening hours for the four Stubai mountain railways are as follows (current information can be found on their respective websites):

ON TOUR - SAFELY

The mountain and hiking guides of the Stubai Valley are ready to guide you safely to the most beautiful hiking and mountain peak destinations, whether you choose a free guided hike, a free guided e-bike sightseeing tour put on by the tourist association, the Stubai via ferrata tour or you’d like to climb a three-thousander. The guidelines for the mountain hiking guides in the Stubai Valley apply.

ENJOY YOUR STAY - SAFELY

Our tourist accommodation services have trained their staff very well and optimised their hygiene standards and additional services. Please find details on the regulations applicable in Austria here

ENJOY EATING - SAFELY

Please find details on the regulations applicable in Austria here.

EXPERIENCE EVENTS - SAFELY

This summer we will consciously avoid large events this summer. For smaller events and in the open air, distance rules and recommendations for SAFE HOSPITALITY will be properly adhered to. Click here for the event calendar.

We all share responsibility for having a good and safe time together. If we comply with the specified rules of conduct, there’s nothing to stop you having an unforgettable mountain experience.

FIVE RULES WE ALL NEED TO FOLLOW:

  • Regularly and properly wash and disinfect our hands
  • Sneeze and cough into the crook of your elbow or into a tissue
  • Keep a distance of at least one metre from other people
  • Avoid shaking hands when you greet people

From July 24, a face mask must be worn in the following areas:

  • In public transport and taxis
  • At events in closed rooms (except at the assigned seat)
  • In cable cars, coaches and in the interior of excursion boats
  • In pharmacies, nursing homes, hospitals and health resorts as well as in places where health and nursing services are provided
  • In the food retail sector (e.g. bakery, butcher, pastry shop)
  • In petrol stations with connected food outlets
  • In bank branches
  • In post offices and post partner offices
  • For services if the distance of 1 meter cannot be maintained or no other protective measures (e.g. plexiglass pane) can be provided.
See you soon in Stubai - we are looking forward to

See you soon in Stubai - we are looking forward to

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