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Safety provisions related to the pandemic

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 cable cars, gondolas and chairlifts with canopy the FFP2 mask is mandatory from the age of 6 and the capacity will be reduced to 80 %.

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New safety regulations from 2022

Third-party liability insurance policy

From 01/01/2022 on, every user of the ski areas must have third-party liability insurance. Those who do not have this insurance can buy it at the skipass offices or on the website dolomitisuperski.com even for single days, through the Dolomiti Superski partner, Snowcare.The most common insurance policies of this kind, including those for families, already cover the area of "winter sports" - it is nevertheless recommended to clarify this with your own insurance company. The insurance is not included in the skipass price and can be purchased at every skipass selling point.

 
Helmets

Helmets will be compulsory for all minors involved in the most common winter sports, such as downhill skiing, snowboarding, telemark skiing, freestyle skiing and tobogganing.

 

Alcohol on the ski 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. 0.5 mg of alcohol per litre of blood) or under the influence of drugs.

We care about the Dolomites

“WE CARE ABOUT YOU”

...has become our slogan, therefore we came up with several logistic and organizational rules and a system of economic guarantees, to ensure a safe winter season

Economic Guarantees

Season skipass

For the 2021/2022 winter season, Dolomiti Superski has developed a system of guarantees that will ensure right from the beginning the maximum transparency and safety for everyone who wants to purchase a season or a multi-day ski pass. Those who decide to purchase a Dolomiti Superski season ski pass will benefit from certain guarantees in the event of a new lockdown of at least 10 consecutive days, at various territorial levels – whether there is a total lockdown or in case of total closure of one of the 12 ski areas in which villages the user resides or lodges. Within 30 days from the start of the lockdown or closure, the passholder may exercise this right of withdrawal, if not yet used its season ski pass for 40 days, by filling out an online form. By doing so, the refund procedure will start, and the ski pass will be deactivated. Alternatively, the user can decide to keep his ski pass active and therefore continue skiing until the end of the season in the open ski areas. In this case there will be no refund. 
The refund threshold for Dolomiti Superski season ski passes will decrease every two weeks in relation to the remaining duration of the winter season, starting from 15th December 2021. For example, a lockdown that occurs before 15th January 2022 grants a refund of 55% of the ski pass price purchased by the customer. The next deadline is scheduled for 31st January, where the refund will be 40%. It will continue like this until April 1st 2022, the date upon which the repayment threshold is zeroed out. Refunds will be made in monetary form via bank transfer. 

Refund thresholds for season 2021/2022

Until 15th December included 85 %
Until 31st December included 70 %
Until 15th January included 55 %
Until 31st January included 40 %
Until 15th February included 30 %
Until 28th February included 20 %
Until 15th March included 10 %
Until 31st March included 5 %
From 1st April 2022 0 %

 

Multiday-skipasses

Holders of multi-day Dolomiti Superski passes have the same right of withdrawal as in the two cases mentioned above, as well as in the event of a positive diagnosis of the SARS-CoV-2 virus or a precautionary quarantine measure. In such cases, the non-useable days will be refunded in accordance with the price list for multi-day ski passes.

Example: the skier has purchased the Dolomiti Superski 6-day ski pass, and in case of closure on the third day the remaining four days will be refunded.

Holiday calendar

On the website dolomitisuperski.com, Dolomiti Superski makes available tables that display the inflow forecast for each day of the season, based on the historical data of the last three years. This allows skiers to plan their holiday in such a way as to avoid the periods with the highest influx of skiers.

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The new Skiers Map

Skiers will also find an innovative map that displays the number of skiers present at the lifts as part of the new Dolomiti Superski App and integrated into the 3D ski map on the website. This tool measures the occupancy rate of the lift facilities within a unit of time. By consulting the map, skiers can evaluate the optimal time to use a given lift, thus avoiding crowding.

10 Safety rules

Every skier or snowboarder must conduct him or herself in a way that never places others in danger.

The skier or snowboarder must maintain a suitable speed and conduct for his or her skills and for the condition of the terrain, the snow, the weather and traffic on the slopes.

The skier or snowboarder who is ahead always has the right of way, therefore the skier behind must maintain a certain safe distance from the skier ahead.

You may overtake on the right or on the left, but always at a distance were all the voluntary and involuntary movements of the skier or snowboarder being overtaken are not going to interfere with your skiing path.

The skier crossing over a slope or practice terrain must ensure that this can be done without danger to him or herself and to others. This is the same conduct that the skier must observe after every stop.

Skiers and snowboarders must avoid to stop in the middle of the slope, on narrow passes or in case of lack of visibility.

Skiers or snowboarders who ascent a slope must proceed strictly along its edges.

Skiers and snowboarders must fully comply with the signs and indications on the ski slopes

In the event of an accident, anyone must provide aid. Providing aid is a moral obligation that applies to all athletes.

The skier or snowboarder who is ahead always has the right of way, therefore the skier behind must maintain a certain safe distance from the skier ahead.

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1,200 kilometres of perfectly groomed slopes, 16 ski resorts and an unrivalled mountain panorama await you in the Dolomiti Superski ski region. Buy your ski pass conveniently in the online shop so you can go straight from your car to the slopes