Ski huts / Catering establishments in the ski resort

Indoors there is an obligation to wear mouth-nose protection for guests as well as for employees in contact with guests. Mouth-nose protection is not required at the tables. The legally prescribed table distances are observed in all huts and restaurants. A maximum of 10 people may sit at each table. Indoor consumption is only permitted when seated at a table.

If you don't have an MNS / mask with you, you can purchase an attractive “Nassfeld multifunctional cloth” for a symbolic euro at the ski rental. The original Nassfeld © Buff cloth is available for € 17.95 (RRP) Ask the Nassfeld Buddy at the ski hut!

Many huts use table service. The employees have to wear mouth-nose protection. Where there are self-service areas, it is ensured that the consumption of food and drinks is not carried out near the serving area. Indoor consumption is only permitted when seated at a table.

Self-service is permitted, provided that the risk of infection can be minimised by appropriate hygiene measures.

NO! Nassfeld, the largest sun terrace in the Alps, focuses on a cool lounge & chill out atmosphere – with social distancing, of course. The ski huts and bars will be open in chillout style. Musical accompaniment is planned in form of background music. Preference will be given to adapted drinks. Recreation factor: HUGE. Further regulations on the part of the Ministry are not yet known.

There will be no major events with large crowds of people.

Book a table: New this year - some ski huts and piste restaurants offer the possibility to book a table online. This secures you a seat and saves possible waiting times, especially in the peak season.

A special service is offered by some of the ski huts at Nassfeld with their own "Nassfeld Buddies", who will help you to find your place or are available to answer your questions. Get ready to be surprised!

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