Rules of conduct in the ski area
The safety of our guests and employees is a top priority for Bergbahnen Destination Gstaad. Dealing with each other responsibly is absolutely essential in times like these. This includes compliance with officially prescribed safety precautions and the independent action of each individual. With this in mind, we ask you to observe the distance regulations and to implement the necessary hygiene measures. Please also remember to enjoy the diversity and beauty of the Gstaad ski area.
Due to the official requirements surrounding the development of COVID-19, the Bergbahnen Destination Gstaad have taken all necessary measures to protect the health of their guests. They are given more space at the ticket offices, in the cable cars and in mountain restaurants. Protective masks and tube scarves are available at the ticket offices to cover nose and mouth. Dispensers with disinfectant are also available in sufficient quantities.
Bergbahnen Destination Gstaad takes the following measures to protect your safety
As far as possible, the Bergbahnen Destination Gstaad take measures to counteract the spread of COVID-19 and thus contribute to the protection of our guests and employees. The legal requirements are minimum requirements. In addition, we are constantly working to take further effective measures.
- At our feeder lines you will find sufficient tips and information (e.g. via screens and displays as well as by our trained staff) on our current COVID-19 guidelines. In addition, we provide you with continuous information via information systems (screens) in the entire ski area.
- Public areas are regularly cleaned and disinfected.
- Sufficient hand disinfectants in public areas and soap in the toilets are available.
- Mouth and nose protection must be worn in the access and exit areas as well as in all our lifts (gondolas, chair lifts, cable and drag lifts and on the conveyor belts) or wherever the minimum distance cannot be maintained. Appropriate mouth and nose protection masks and tubular scarves are available for purchase at all ticket offices. In mountain restaurants, the protection must be worn except if seated at a table.
For your information: The risk of infection only exists if you stay in closed rooms for a longer period of time and if the minimum distance is less than two metres. We leave it up to you to decide whether you want to enter a cabin where there are already people inside.
Our employees with customer contact wear a mouth and nose protector during their working hours.