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Relax safely on the Hörndl

Our guests' and employees' health has top priority

Big changes have shaped the last few months as COVID-19 continues to influence our lives on a global scale. Safety and individual health have become more important than ever these days – also in the thinking and actions of our cable car company. Therefore, building on the regulations of the Austrian federal government, we have implemented a range of measures to protect all guests and employees.

FFP2 masks are mandatory

Persons over 14 years of age must always wear an FFP2 mask in the ticket office areas, while queuing, and in the gondolas. For children over 6 years of age, a buff or cloth mask is sufficient. Children under 6 years of age are not obligated to wear a mouth-nose protection. Persons without FFP2 masks or (age-dependent) mouth-nose protection are not allowed to be transported in the gondola. FFP2 masks available for € 1.00 at the ticket office (for as long as stocks last).

Please keep a distance to others

Regardless of the current legal requirements, we aim to organise the queuing areas to prevent groups of people from standing close together. Please keep a sufficient distance to people outside your own group and wait in the ticket office area until the guest in front of you has left the ticket office.

Disinfect and wash your hands

Please observe the general hygiene rules and wash your hands regularly. Disinfectant dispensers are available in the indoor areas of the bottom and top stations.


On entering the restaurant, you must take a test or present a valid negative test result, a vaccination certificate, or confirmation of a previous illness. Guests must register with their name and contact details upon entry. FFP2 masks are mandatory in all areas besides your assigned seating area.

Further Information on Covid-19

In addition to the Austrian Cableway Association and the Alpine Club, the Austrian Economic Chamber also provides information on COVID-19 measures in various sectors of the tourism industry. If you are interested, the following links may provide helpful information (in German).