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Maria Alm

Skiing in Maria Alm

Slopes

19Km
41Km
52Km
0Km
Total 112Km

Lifts

6

9

19

Height

1900m
800m

Glacier

0

Cross-country

40Km

Fun park

3

Hochkönig Winterreich - Ski Amadé

Slopes

54Km
275Km
213Km
0Km
Total 542Km

Lifts

36

70

70

Height

2686m
745m

Glacier

0

Cross-country

439Km

Fun park

9

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Travel information relating to the Coronavirus

This information has been carefully compiled by Sunweb based on information provided by local authorities. Since  measures mentioned are subject to constant change, no rights can be derived from this and Sunweb accepts no liability for any damage resulting from the use of this information.

Regulations per resort 

Distance in public areas (in metres)
Yes
2 metres
Mouth mask
Yes
Certified FFP2 masks are mandatory to wear in: banks, shops, public transport, taxis, chairlifts and in all medical facilities. Also everywhere where 2 metres in distance is not achievable. The above obligation does not apply to children under 6 years of age and persons with certain illnesses, such as asthma. For children between 6 and 14 years old, a "normal" mouth mask is sufficient.
Required documentation before arrival
Yes

A negative PCR test, no older than 72 hours or an antigen test (no older than 48 hours), is required. The test can also be taken in Austria within 24 hours of arrival.

Registration is mandatory before starting your trip to Austria ("Pre-Travel-Clearance"). Proof of registration must be available digitally or printed out during an inspection.

https://www.oesterreich.gv.at/themen/coronavirus_in_oesterreich/pre-travel-clearance.html

Covid test on destination at arrival
Depends
If you are unable to take a test before departure, you must do so within 24 hours upon arrival in Austria.
Required documentation on destination to return home (measure destination)
N/A
Required documentation on destination to return home (measure home country)
Yes
As a traveler (aged 13 or older), you must present a negative NAAT (PCR) test result of up to 24 hours old when boarding the plane. If you do not have this, you must be in possession of a negative NAAT (PCR) test that is maximum 72 hours old upon arrival in the UK, and you must be in possession of a negative rapid test of maximum 24 hours old when boarding.
Quarantaine after arrival on destination
No
Max persons together outdoors
Yes
Max. 10 persons and 10 children
Allowed to share a room with someone outside your household?
Allowed
Curfew
No
Restaurants
Open
Registration is obligatory. Entrance is only allowed with a negative COVID-19-test, certificate of vaccination or passed COVID-19-illness. Indoor 4 adults  (plus max 6 children) may share one table, outdoor 10 adults are allowed. Opening-hours: 05 am - 10 pm. All guests must wear FFP2 masks except at their seats. 2 metres distance.
Bars / Apres-ski
Closed (with the exception of Vorarlberg )
Club/Nightlife
Closed
Supermarkets and pharmacies
Open
Open until 19:00 pm, obligated to wear FFP2 mouth mask. In different stores like grocery or also public transportations, FFP2 mouth mask are obligatory.
Activities, attractions & sights
Open
Theater, cinema, spas, thermal baths and saunas are open again from 19 May with 2 metres distance. In addition, you must register and be able to show a negative test result, and be wearing FFP2 mouth mask.
Events open air or indoor
Allowed
Requirements for events, trade fairs, congresses or visits to the cinema from 19.5: • With assigned seats: indoor max 1,500 people, outdoor max 3,000. • Without assigned seats: indoor and outdoor max. 50 people. • Maximum utilization must not exceed 50%. • Leave a minimum distance of 2 metres or a seat between. • Registration is mandatory for stays longer than 15 minutes. • Compulsory entry tests. • Food is only served seated (therefore no weddings). • The same rules apply to trade fairs, but with no upper limit for participants, but at least 20 square meters per guest.
Transfer
Available
Public transport / taxi / skibus
Available
Obligated to wear a mouth mask.
Slopes
Closed
Closed for tourist, open for locals.
Skilifts
Open
Cable cars / ski lifts can be open for leisure / sports activities under strict regulations: maximum 50% capacity; FFP2 masks in line and during the ride.
Ski rental
Closed
Closed for tourist, open for locals.
Ski lessons
No
Closed for tourist, open for locals.
Wellness
Open
Additional measures per ski region
No
Good to know
Yes
Increased restrictions for international travel, due to identification of a new variant of the virus Covid-19. The rules differ between England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Please visit GOV.UK for more information.

General information

You will find the picturesque village of Maria Alm in a beautiful location in Austria. The village is a little further from the main highway, however, this makes it a perfect destination for those whom enjoy a more quiet and spacious environment. The village is nestled in the green and lush scenery, at the foot of the Steinernes Lake and the impressive mountain chain on the boarder of Germany. The church with its pointed tower set against the breath-taking background of rising white mountains is a defining feature of the lively village.

Maria Alm is located at an altitude of 800 meters in a tranquil valley that sees no passing traffic. There are various sites of interest and nightlife options in and around the village. There is an indoor swimming pool, a sauna and a fitness centre where you can keep up your training and relax. You can also enjoy an excellent lunch or dinner at bargain prices in the restaurants here. You may also decide to take a romantic sleigh tour during the day or set out on a refreshing hike through the stunning landscape. In the evening you can visit some of the lively bars and nightclubs or you can stay on the pistes instead and descend via luge on the flood-lit luge tracks! Maria Alm is perfect for families with young children.

Skiing in Maria Alm

Maria Alm is part of the ski region Ski Amadé. Behind the church, four lifts depart and give you access to various beginner runs. The ski area of which Maria Alm is part of, offers approximately 120Km of connected slopes with very well prepared slopes, 30km of cross-country trails, floodlit toboggan runs. From Maria Alm you can take a ski bus to Mühlbach. If you would like to visit other ski areas such as Flachau or Schladming, you will need your car. Unfortunately there are no ski bus connections outside of Maria Alm and Mühlbach.