Every skipass must be linked to your super green pass (vaccinated or recovered)!
In order to be able to use the lifts, each skipass must be linked to your super green pass (vaccinated or recovered). It's really easy with the Dolomiti Superski app!
We recommend our customers to buy their skipasses in the Online-Shop. However, ski passes are still available at the skipass office at the valley station in Obereggen or in several accommodation establishments that are equipped with a skipass issuing system.
Each ski pass must be linked to your own super green pass (vaccinated or recovered). The best way to do this is to install the Dolomiti Superski app on your mobile phone. Then enter or scan the skipass number and the QR code of your own super green pass (vaccinated or recovered). Once the skipass and super green pass are linked, fun on the slopes can begin. This operation must be carried out at the beginning of every day of skiing and can alternatively also be carried out via the dolomitisuperski.com website as well as at the automatic ticket boxes or in the skipass office at the valley station in Obereggen. The skier is then registered for the entire day of skiing.
Activation in the Dolomiti Superski app
Activation on the website Dolomiti Superski
Activation at our Ticket Boxes
At the valley station in Obereggen there are several automatic ticket boxes for activating the ski passes
Activation at our points of sale in Obereggen
In order to avoid crowds, we only ask you to contact the sales outlets in special cases
Currently you can enjoy skiing by following these simple 3 safety measures:
Super green pass (vaccinated or recovered), FFP2-mask and the capacity on closed vehicles, cable cars and chairlifts with canopy, will be reduced to 80 %.
- The use of the closed lifts (cable cars and chair lifts with canopy) is only possible with a super green pass, the EU Covid certificate, vaccinated or recovered. The skipass, available online or at our selling points has to be activated daily with the covid certificate.
- Children under the age of 12 do not need to show a covid certificate.
- A FFP2-mask is compulsory on lifts with closed vehicles (from the age of 6)
- The capacity on cable cars and chairlifts with canopy will be reduced to 80 %, while all open lifts can be occupied up to 100%
- There is no limit for the number of skipasses, therefore the reservation is not required.
New Corona mandatory: use of ski lifts only with a valid super green pass (vaccinated or recovered)
From 10th January 2022 the use of ski lifts is only possible with a super green pass, the EU Covid certificate, for vaccinated or recovered people. The activation of the ski pass or any single journey ticket (even for non-skiers) will only be possible with the Super Green Pass (vaccinated or recovered) and will apply to all types of lifts (open and closed cable cars). Children under the age of 12 do not need to show a Green Pass certificate. The Super Green Pass, for the Italian law, is a Covid-19 certificate that can only be obtained after vaccination or recovery from Covid-19.
Mandatory 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 an 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: https://www.dolomitisuperski.com/en/Plan-ski-holiday/Insurance
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 mandatroy for all minors 18 years of age (skiers, snowboarders and toboggan)
ALCOHOL ON THE SLOPES
It will be forbidden to ski in a state of drunkenness (the limits laid down in the Highway Code will be applied, i.e. a maximum 0.5 mg of alcohol per litre of blood) or under the influence of drugs.
Of course, we ask you to observe all other hygiene, distance and mask rules!
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