Q&A for your Next Trip to Marmolada
Due to the CoVid pandemic, many aspects of our everyday-life have changed, as well as our way of working, living and also travelling.
At this time, we are preparing for the Winter season, hoping to be able to welcome you again on Marmolada and on our ski slope, La Bellunese, 12 km of thrilling fun in an enchanted environment. To help you organise your skiing holydays, we have thought that it was a good idea to answer to some of your questions right here.
Yes, our lifts will be open from the 8th December 2021 to the 19th April 2022, snow permitting, every day from 8.40 am to 4.00 pm. To access the lifts, you will need to have a valid EU covid certificate or an extra-EU covid certificate, valid according to the Italian Laws (for children under 12 years old, the pass is not required). Furthermore, every user of our lifts is required to wear a facial mask inside our cabins and in all the closed spaces of our stations.
No, fully respecting the last governmental decrees, we reduced the capacity of our cabins and we guarantee the forced ventilation during the ride, keeping the windows open. We keep also sanitizing the stations, the cabins and the halls several times per day, fully respecting the directives of the health authorities.
Extraordinary measures have been taken to guarantee you a totally safe experience, maintaining the right distance in order to let you peacefully buy your tickets and get on the cabin. Furthermore, you will be soon able to buy your ski pass online.
You can buy our tickets at the following link: https://mydolomiti.dolomitisuperski.com/shop/eshop-summer.aspx, while you can find the Dolomiti Superski ski passes at this link: https://mydolomiti.dolomitisuperski.com/shop/
During the purchase procedure you might be asked to associate your ski pass to your CoVid certificate.
Yes, like the cable car, the museum will be open from the 4th December to the 19th April, every day from 9 am to 4 pm. Pay attention, accordingly to the previously approved governmental decrees, all people above 12 years old are required to own a valid covid certificate to be allowed in the museum.
Yes, a vaccination certificate (obtained through vaccination or recovery from CoVid-19), valid according to the rules issued by the Italian Government, is required to use the cable car, to be allowed in our museum, in our restaurant and bar.
Yes, to use closed lifts you must wear a FFP2 mask from 6 years onward.
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