Skiing is an outdoor activity, and equipment (Helmet, gloves, ski, goggles, face warmer) is perfectly in line with social distancing.In some public spaces, capacity may be reduced. Wearing a mask is compulsory for everyone aged 11 and over.

Access to the resort by public transport

Wearing a face mask is compulsory before boarding and while on the bus.

Ski lifts

  • Wearing a face mask is compulsory while queuing and on the ski lifts.
  • Contact points are thoroughly cleaned on a daily basis.
  • No restrictions on the number of people on the ski lifts.
  • On some ski lifts, you may not have to wear a mask (check ski lift guidelines).
  • No masks on the slopes

In equipment hire shops

  • Wearing a face mask is compulsory.
  • All hired equipment is thoroughly cleaned.
  • Hand sanitising gel is made available.

In tourist offices and your accommodation

  • Wearing a face mask is compulsory in all communal and enclosed spaces.
  • Hand sanitising gel is made available.
  • All surfaces are thoroughly cleaned, with increased frequency.

In bars and restaurants

  • Table service only.
  • Table distance a minimum of 1 metre apart, or fixed or removable panels to ensurephysical distancing.
  • Guests must wear a face mask when walking around the premises.Hand sanitising gel is available.
  • All surfaces are thoroughly cleaned, with increased frequency.

At ski schools

  • Wearing a face mask is compulsory when gathering at the beginning and end of class, for everyone aged 11 and over.
  • No restrictions on the number of people at ski classes.
  • In public indoor spaces:
    • Wearing a face mask is compulsory for everyone aged 11 and over.
    • Hand sanitising gel is available.
    • All surfaces are thoroughly cleaned.
  • All hired equipment is thoroughly cleaned