We are obliged to check for an EU-compliant 2G certificate (proof that you have been vaccinated or recovered from the coronavirus) for all guests from the age of 12 to use the cable cars and lifts. Your keycard only allows access to the skiing area if proof of the 2G status is provided.

If children between 12 and 15 years of age can present a coronavirus test pass (for school children in Austria: Ninja Pass) proving the test intervals for the current week (also applies to Friday, Saturday, Sunday of the test week), this is equivalent to a 2G certificate.

The checking of your 2G certificate or activating of your keycard can be done as follows – PLEASE NOTE: this also applies to season tickets already purchased!

  • Web portal You can already link your ticket to your 2G certificate easily on the web portal before you arrive at the ski resort. Requirement: Already charged keycard + EU-compliant 2G certificate

  • Ticket machines and Greenpass Check stations Ticket pick-up machines and sometimes additional “Greenpass Checks” are available at some of our bottom stations, where you can pick up your ticket purchased online. Here you can quickly and easily link your keycard to your EU-compliant 2G certificate.

  • Kassen Your keacard can also be instantly activated when you purchase it from our ski pass ticket offices. Requirement: EU-compliant 2G certificate

Please have your EU-compliant 2G certificate as well as your official identification document ready for possible checks at all times during your stay in the skiing area. FFP2 masks are also compulsory on cable cars and lifts.


In principle, the keycard will be activated automatically for the duration of the 2G proof, without health data or other data being stored. If you do not agree to automatic activation, you can also have your ticket activated on a daily basis upon presentation of a valid 2G certificate. This page is regularly updated and amended. Subject to change. Last update 15/12/2021