Hiking Holidays in Times of Coronavirus

    Enjoying Austria’s wonderful nature and fresh air in times of Coronavirus: We answer your most important questions about hiking holidays in Austria.

    What are the safety regulations in huts?
    The same regulations apply to mountain huts as restaurants (please find the current regulations here). A minimum distance of one metre must be kept to those outside of your own group.

    Can you stay overnight in mountain huts?
    Yes. A minimum distance of 1.5 metres must be kept to those from other households in dormitories and shared rooms. Some huts have taken structural measures to ensure this distance is kept. You need to book your bed in advance and bring your own sleeping bag!

    What are the rules for cable cars?
    A face mask must be worn on cable cars. Find out more about Austrian cable car measures here.

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