• Angath
  • Angerberg
  • Brixen im Thale
  • Erpfendorf
  • Fieberbrunn
  • Hochfilzen
  • Hopfgarten
  • Kelchsau
  • Kirchberg
  • Kitzbühel
  • Kirchbichl
  • Kirchdorf
  • Itter
  • St. Jakob in Haus
  • St. Johann in Tirol
  • St. Ulrich am Pillersee
  • Mariastein
  • Westendorf
  • Oberndorf
  • Waidring
  • Wörgl

Safe together in the mountain summer!

Latest news and safety measures in the Kitzbühel Alps for summer 2021

Your safety, the safety of all our guests, our staff and all the people living here are our top priority.
In the Kitzbühel Alps, we strictly adhere to all the Austrian government’s Covid-19 regulations. In addition, numerous regional measures are also being implemented by the individual regions. To give you an overview, we compiled a list of the safety measures for a safe summer in the Kitzbühel Alps. Because whether guests, residents and service providers - it's about the health of us all!

Latest information and measures

  • checkEntry restrictions until probably 31.05: registration and negative test result (PCR test max. 72h or antigen test max. 48h) necessary. After entry, a ten-day quarantine is obligatory, which can be terminated at the earliest after five days by free testing.

  • checkMandatory wearing of FFP2 masks in trade, public transport and all types of service providers.

  • checkMinimum distance to other persons not living in the same household: 2 metres.

  • checkTrade and services were allowed to open on 08 February under strict conditions.

  • checkAccommodation establishments may reopen in April at the earliest. Overnight stays for business purposes are exempt.

  • checkOutdoor sports that do not involve physical contact are still permitted.

  • checkMuseums, libraries & zoos have been open since 08 February. FFP2 masks are also mandatory here.

  • checkEvents with gatherings of people remain prohibited until further notice.

  • checkExit restrictions: 8 p.m. - 6 a.m., with the exception of specific reasons

  • checkFrom Wednesday 31.03 until probably 14.04.2021 a negative PCR or antigen test is required for leaving North Tyrol.

Here is all the detailed information on the measures in Austria: Federal Ministry of Measures
This page is constantly updated and extended. We therefore reserve the right to make changes.

Before the stay

Planning your summer holiday

Are you planning a holiday in Tyrol? For a safe and relaxing holiday, you will find the most important answers for holiday planning and travel to Tyrol here. You will also find our special cancellation conditions and the Corona Dashboard with the latest figures on Covid-19.

On site

Safe hosts

Your safety and health is of great concern to us. For this reason, you will find here all the latest information and rules of conduct for accommodation, gastronomy, ski areas, mobility and on-site testing. Read the most important measures at a glance below.

Cable car information

Measures taken by the cable cars in the Kitzbühel Alps

The cable cars in the Kitzbühel Alps are already preparing for a safe summer and are already looking forward to seeing you again! The exact safety measures for summer operation will follow shortly. Some ski areas in the region are currently still in winter operation.

The most important questions & answers about skiing

  • Yes.

    Since Monday, 15.02, those persons who have used a lift for the purpose of skiing and snowboarding immediately before entering a ski slope must carry a negative Covid 19 test. The test must not be older than 48 hours.

    Excluded are:
    - Children under 10 years
    - Ski tourers
    - Tobogganers (use of official toboggan runs)
    - Persons who have been ill with Corona in the last 6 months (medical certificate required)

  • Masks must be worn by all cable car users where the minimum distance cannot be maintained (e.g. waiting areas, access areas, ticket office areas) as well as in all cableway users in the closed lifts/gondolas.*
    *From 24.12.2020 to 18.01.2021 the wearing of FFP2 masks is mandatory.

    If possible, pay contactlessly when buying tickets. You can also conveniently buy your ticket online in advance.

    Always keep a minimum distance of 1 metre to people from outside the household - even when getting on and off the lift.

    The lifts/gondolas and customer areas are regularly disinfected by the cable car personnel.

    It is recommended to open the windows for good ventilation when the gondola/lift is closed.

  • 1 metre minimum distance from persons not living in the same household.

    Mouth and nose protection obligation in the customer area of the ski school.

    Maximum group size of 10 persons per group

    In addition, the Austrian Ski School Association (ÖSSV) has provided a manual for ski schools, snow sports instructors, for practical instruction. You can read more about it here.

  • Until 18.01 the mountain gastronomy will remain closed. After that is expected:

    Max. 10 persons (plus underage children) per visitor group.

    1 metre minimum distance between visitor groups

    Mandatory mouth and nose protection in closed rooms for staff and customers
    - except during the time spent at the table.

    No consumption of food and beverages near the serving point.

    In closed rooms, the consumption of food and beverages is only permitted when being seated.

  • Apres Ski, will not take place in the form we have known so far this winter season. Please note:

    - 1 meter distance between groups of visitors
    - Indoor and outdoor: fixed seating, no standing room
    - Drinks may only be consumed while seated and not in the vicinity of the issuing point

Contact tracing - digital guestbook

Together against Corona!

Contact tracing is one of the most successful methods for corona prevention. To ensure you a safe stay, our digital guestbook is exactly the right tool. Restaurants, hotels, ski rentals, cable cars etc. will receive an individual QR Code. For registration no app has to be installed, it is enough to register via the QR Code
when entering the infrastructure with your smartphone.

After the stay

Safe departure

In order to help you start a relaxed journey home, you will find an overview of the most important destinations here. Often the current situation changes very quickly, so please contact the foreign ministry of your home country if necessary.


Informationen for service providers

Responsible hosts

What do tourism and leisure businesses need to be aware of and know this summer?
What uniform nationwide rules apply?
What applies to Tyrol?
How can you design your business so that it is even safer for your employees and guests?
And where can businesses apply for support and subsidies?

This and much more should give you orientation on the following pages.


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