Gastronomy in the valley and on the mountain

Our hosts are certainly there for you

The ski huts in the entire region will remain closed until the end of February!

Vacations in times of the pandemic require good cooperation and understanding between restaurants and guests. But it's quite simple: Let's consciously show consideration for each other and thus protect each other. Do it, for your own health, for the health of other holidaymakers and for the health of the locals.

This winter, our ski huts are focusing on table reservations with corresponding reception areas for seat assignments. In this way, all safety, hygiene and distance rules can be observed in the best possible way. In addition, a separate registration system for contact tracing in all catering establishments ensures your personal safety.

Frequently asked questions and answers

In closed rooms you must wear a mouth and nose protector except at the table. In addition, the 1-meter minimum distance to other visitor groups between the administration areas applies. The tables are thoroughly cleaned and disinfected after each visit.

Currently a maximum of 6 persons (plus underage children) per visitor group is allowed - this may change at any time. To ensure a safe and uncomplicated handling, you will be accompanied to the table - here a reservation in advance is recommended.

There is a registration obligation in all gastronomic establishments. By scanning a QR Code you can easily and uncomplicatedly register in the digital guestbook (data protection law) in the respective establishments. If a positive tested person has registered at the same time at the same place, you as a guest will be informed about this positive case via SMS or email and asked to check your state of health.

Après ski will not be available in the previously known form while standing. But of course you are also welcome to drink your drinks together on the designated seats.

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