INFORMATIONS & MEASUREs
Dear guests and friends of the Kauner Valley!
Our motto "High mountains. Great moments – rise above it all" applies more than ever this winter. Alpine mountain freedom is calling! The development of the Kauner Valley has been shaped by sustainability for many years.
Our region, far away from large crowds of people, impresses with its alpine nature areas, an extensive glacier ski resort with 85 ha of slopes and a family-friendly winter ski resort in Fendels covering 52 ha. The valley is classified as a climate change adaptation region with excellent air quality. The Kaunergrat Nature Park is a place to enjoy peace and relaxation with a wide variety of flora and fauna. The Kauner Valley with its countless "three-thousand-metre peaks", as well as the diverse range of activities offered by the impressive glacier, including a panoramic road, ensures barrier-free mountain experiences for all generations. Ideal conditions for a holiday at a "distance".
Since the safety and health of our guests, employees and residents is our number one priority, all regulations pertaining to Covid-19 are strictly observed. The naturalness, the expansive valley landscape with plenty of space for relaxing, and the small, family-friendly rental structure guarantee you a relaxing and above all safe holiday.
We will do our utmost to ensure that you have a safe and relaxing holiday in the Kauner Valley. We have clearly summarised the most important information, guidelines and measures relating to COVID-19 for you here.
MUST BE OBSERVED EVERYWHERE AND AT ALL TIMES
- Maintain a distance of at least 1 metre to strangers.
- Please do not shake hands.
- Carry a face mask with you and wear it in line with regulations.
- Thoroughly wash your hands as much as possible.
- Sneeze or cough in the crook of your arm.
- To the COVID-19 rules of conduct of the Kaunertal Nature Park & Glacier Region
KAUNER VALLEY GLACIER CABLEWAYS & WINTERBERG FENDELs
Safety & precautionary measures
General Covid-19 rules of conduct:
Maintain a distance of at least 1 metre from other people outside your common household.
- Wear a face mask in the cable car. Children up to the age of 6 years or those who cannot reasonably be expected to do so for health reasons are excluded.
- If possible make contactless payments. Bills should be settled by card preferably.
- Lift tickets can be booked online.
- Follow the instructions of the employees.
- Do not shake hands or hug.
- Wash hands several times a day using soap and water for at least 30 seconds.
- Avoid touching the face with uncleaned hands.
- Sneeze or cough into the crook of your arm or into a tissue.
- Stay at home if you experience signs of illness.
Measures in the ski resorts:
There are references to the generally applicable rules of conduct by means of stands, signs, pillars, floor markings or other means, such as loudspeaker announcements at entrances and exits, guidance systems in the checkout area and in waiting areas.
- It is mandatory to wear masks in the waiting areas as well as in the lifts and cable cars. Face masks must be worn during the entire journey.
- The Falginjochbahn railway runs with the shortest possible interval times (every 10 minutes).
- The transport capacity is restricted and access is regulated to avoid crowding in the cabin.
- Surfaces of the operating equipment as well as door and window handles and light switches are regularly cleaned and disinfected.
- The areas in the station buildings are ventilated regularly, weather permitting.
- Sanitary facilities are installed with enough soap and are cleaned and disinfected thoroughly at regular intervals.
- The employees of the lift facilities and those in the catering area wear face masks/visors and are continuously trained and reminded of the COVID-19 hygiene measures.
- All mountain restaurants offer ample space and therefore remain open.