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.
Stricter rules from November 8th, 2021
Due to the dynamic development of infections and the increase in intensive care bed occupancy, the federal government and federal states have agreed to tighten the rules.
Wherever the 3-G rule applies, the 2-G rule (vaccinated / recovered) is introduced.
Tests of any kind are then no longer permitted as access authorization
A transition period of four weeks will apply to the 2-G certificate. During this period, vaccination with a PCR test is already valid as proof - so there is no need for full immunization during the transition period.
The validity of the vaccination certificates will be reduced from twelve to nine months
The 3-G rule applies at the workplace, whereby the expansion of PCR test capacities is being pushed in order to replace antigen tests with PCR tests throughout Austria.
It is also mandatory for everyone to wear an FFP-2 mask in shops, libraries and museums.