Summer Mountain railways
- Cabins are only half occupied
- Cabins are ventilated during the ride
- FFP2 masks are mandatory in enclosed lifts (cabins or chairlifts with closable cover)
- Safety distance: 1 metres in all directions
- Floor markings in queuing areas
Staff are specially trained to:
- Prevent crowding
- Ensure a smooth and calm process
- Communicate clearly and consistently with guests
- To intervene in a regulatory capacity if necessary
When queuing for the chairlift, the minimum distance of one metres must also be observed using the existing floor markings. If necessary, the lift staff will intervene to ensure safety distances and reduce crowding. In enclosed lifts (gondolas or chairlifts with a closable cover), a capacity restriction of 50% is officially required - this means that gondolas are only occupied with half the regular number of passengers.
The same rules as on public transport apply in cabins and on lifts of the mountain railways: An FFP2 mask must be worn for the entire duration of the ride. An FFP2 mask must also be worn when queuing for the chairlift. The FFP2 masks* must not have an "exhalation valve".
* FFP stands for Filtering Face Piece. So-called FFP2 masks have a tighter fit and protect the wearer of the mask from particles, droplets & aerosols. The prerequisite is of course that the mask fits properly. A tight-fitting FFP mask therefore offers protection for others and the wearer of the mask.
All cable cars are ventilated as best as possible during the journey. The Millennium Express (3 sections from Tröpolach) automatically opens the doors for good ventilation when moving through the two intermediate termini.
Disinfectant dispensers are available in the cash desk area, in the lift buildings and in the toilet facilities.
We pay attention to a high standard of hygiene and ask our guests to do the same. For this reason, there are hand disinfection facilities, distance markers as well as information signs with the safety measures to be observed. There will be relevant announcements in the cabins.
All cable cars are considered public transport (such as buses, trains or the underground). They are therefore subject to the same provisions for Covid19. The currently valid regulation of the authorities on "COVID19" for public transport can be found under the following. Here you can find the regulations.
What measures must the employees of the Nassfeld cable car partners follow and do they receive training?
The protection of our employees is very important to us. Wherever there is direct contact with guests, the employees must wear mouth-nose protection or are protected by acrylic glass panes. Special training measures are carried out and are ongoing and repeated in case of changes. Regular testing of employees is planned.
Each cable car company has a corona manager(s) responsible for planning and implementation.
However, Nassfeld offers a special service with its own "Nassfeld Buddys". These can be found in the ski resort wherever questions arise or where there is a need for information. Get ready to be surprised!