CURRENT INFORMATION ABOUT THE SKIWELT WINTER SEASON 2021-2022
This Page is updated and expanded constantly. Changes reserved. Last updated: 24th March 2022
What’s new as since March?
- There are no more 3-G entrance controls, they are completely omitted - also in our huts and in the hotel business. (Except night gastronomy)
- FFP2 masks are compulsory in enclosed cableway operating equipment and rooms (e.g. access areas)
- The 3-G rule (vaccinated, recovered or tested) applies uniformly for entry into Austria. Children under 12 are exempt.
Attention: From 24 March 2022, FFP2 masks will again be mandatory indoors throughout Austria.
We are looking forward to a sunny march with many blue bird days! You can expect ideal snow conditions and live music is back at our mountain restaurants & rustic huts!
Swing by – we can’t wait to see you on the mountain!
The 3G rule applies to entry into Austria.
- Vaccinated persons (on entry the validity period is still 270 days) or convalescents (max. 180 days) can enter Austria without further requirements.
- Unvaccinated persons or persons who have not recovered need a negative Corona test (PCR max. 72h, antigen max. 24h; antigen tests for self-testing are not valid) to enter Austria. If the negative test is not available at the time of entry, entry is still possible. In this case, however, an entry registration must be carried out and a 10-day quarantine must be started immediately in Austria, which may be left as soon as a negative test result is presented.
- Children up to the age of 12 can enter the country without any conditions; they do not need a 3G certificate. However, with regard to quarantine and registration requirements, children up to the age of 12 are subject to the same provisions as the adult under whose supervision they are travelling.
- For school-age children 12 years and older, the Ninja Pass facilitations continue to apply.
Entry requirements for children and young people
Children under 12 years of age do not need a 2-G detection and PCR test upon entry.
Children of school age between 12 and 15 years can enter the country with a negative PCR test.
In principle, this entry regulation is valid for adults and children aged 12 and over. For school-age children between 12 and 15 years of age, a special regulation applies: Holiday Ninja Pass. This allows entry with an antigen test for children if a PCR test is carried out as soon as possible in Austria. In Tyrol, all holiday guests and residents can take a PCR test 3 times a week free of charge.
Huts & Gastronomy
Closing hour is lifted. Masks are not required anymore.
Opening of night clubs and bars.
Over 80 rustic huts are looking forward to welcoming you again this season.
Local tourist boards
I HAVE A QUESTION. WHO CAN I TURN TO?
Here you can find all the direct contact details of our SkiWelt marketing office for all general cable car or ski region enquiries. If you have a specific question about a cable car, please contact the facility directly. If you have a question concerning your chosen accommodation, our colleagues at the tourist offices will be happy to help.
To the information of the SkiWelt locations
|SkiWelt locations||Covid-19 info page||Phone number|
|Brixen - TVB Kitzbüheler Alpen - Brixental||Zur Webseite||0043 57507 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ellmau - TVB Wilder Kaiser||Zur Webseite||0043 50509 email@example.com|
|Going - TVB Wilder Kaiser||Zur Webseite||0043 50509 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Hopfgarten - TVB Ferienregion Hohe Salve||Zur Webseite||0043 57507 email@example.com|
|Itter - TVB Ferienregion Hohe Salve||Zur Webseite||0043 57507 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Kelchsau - TVB Ferienregion Hohe Salve||Zur Webseite||0043 57507 email@example.com|
|Scheffau - TVB Wilder Kaiser||Zur Webseite||0043 50509 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Söll - TVB Wilder Kaiser||Zur Webseite||0043 50509 email@example.com|
|Westendorf - TVB Kitzbüheler Alpen - Brixental||Zur Webseite||0043 57507 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Kufsteinerland||Zur Webseite||0043 5372 email@example.com|