Safety winter 2021/2022

We look forward to seeing you with confidence and in complete safety

We have been working hard to make our lifts accessible, to guarantee maximum safety and the same pleasure as ever to those who love the mountains and to our operators.

All the lift facilities – 14 chairlifts, two ski lifts and two gondola lifts – are ready to go and all set to ensure our visitors and our staff can all enjoy the highest degree of safety alongside their usual fun. The positive experiences of the summer season were a vital starting point, allowing us to put together a well-coordinated package of measures for the upcoming season.

The safe and smooth functioning of the lifts naturally also requires the help and cooperation of our visitors. We are looking forward to the winter with some 50 kilometres of perfectly groomed slopes and carefree days surrounded by nature – all in the heart of the Dolomites.

News for your safety on the slopes: Compulsory insurance for all and helmet for all minors under 18 years.

The legislative decree n. 40 of 28 February 2021, from 1st January 2021, provides the following news for the safety of snow lovers!


All skiers, snowboarders and toboggan lovers must be covered by third party liability insurance. For those who already own a household liability insurance policy, it is not necessary to take out additional insurance, as it usually includes sporting activity on the ski slopes. Alternatively, you can purchase the insurance at the ski pass selling points together with the ski pass (Euro 3.00 per day) or online at following link:

Please notice: Slope users must prove that they have insurance coverage in the event of police checks, but no checks will be carried out during the ski pass sales


Helmets are compulsory for all minors 18 years of age (skiers, snowboarders and toboggan)


It will be forbidden to ski in a state of drunkenness (the limits laid down in the Highway Code will be applied, i.e. 0.5 mg of alcohol per litre of blood) or under the influence of drugs.

Please follow simple guidelines:

  • From 1st April 2022 onwards, no EU QR Covid Certificate will be required to use the lifts. All skipasses will work without any activation.
  • On the closed lifts, FFP2 mask  must be worn.
  • The capacity on cable car and chair lifts with windscreen closure will be reduced to 80%, while the capacity on the open lifts will be 100%.
  • Is possible to buy many types of ski passes online.
  • The number of ski passes is not limited, therefore reservations are not required.
  • at ticket offices and at the boarding points of cableways and chairlifts, please maintain a safe distance from other people
  • at ticket offices and the boarding points of cableways and chairlifts, on the lifts (including chairlifts) and in all shared spaces, the wearing of a FFP2 masks is obligatory, and all masks must cover both nose and mouth
  • wash or clean your hands often: you will find sanitiser dispensers near to the ticket offices, at the boarding points of cableways and chairlifts, in refuges, in ski rentals, in ski schools, at ski deposit points and in shops.
  • please act responsibly and carefully follow any instructions given to you by staff members
  • do not dispose of masks, gloves, and other material in the environment; nature is precious, and we must look after it
  • if you stop for a break at a refuge or in a mountain hut, please follow any guidelines you find there

We have reorganised our services for added safety:

  • capacities for the transport of people on our lifts are constantly regulated according to the applicable guidelines. Members of the same family, from the same household, can ascend together.
  • cabin ventilation is guaranteed through the open windows
  • lift staff wear masks
  • we regularly sterilise the cabins, chairlifts and all shared spaces
  • if you have any doubts, please ask a member of staff