Responsibly to the Top by Cable Car

    Cable cars have reopened. Due to hotel and restaurants closures and entry regulations, skiing is currently only possible for locals.

    Highest Standards in the Cable Cars

    Similar to public transport, guests have to wear face coverings, specifically FFP2 masks, when riding a cable car. Cable cars with closed cabins can only operate at 50% capacity. In addition, cable car operators have introduced specific protective measures such as higher cable car frequency.

    Staff have been trained to:

    • Minimise crowds
    • Ensure a smooth flow
    • Communicate with guests in a clear and consistent manner
    • Intervene when necessary
    Panorama Gondola

    Book Online

    It’s a good idea to make use of online services or telephone hotlines for information and tickets in advance, minimising exposure. Should you purchase tickets on site, please avoid cash payments. 

    The Essentials at a Glance

    We would ask you to follow these rules of conduct, so that nothing stands in the way of your holiday experience this winter:

    • Wear a face covering (FFP2 mask required)
    • Maintain social distance
    • Wash your hands regularly
    • Make cashless payments
    • Obtain information and tickets online or by phone
    • Act responsibly
    Cable car Kitzbühel

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