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It's almost time: the last information before you leave!

Your ski holiday is getting closer and closer. We have been busy preparing, so that you can travel without any care. It's going to be great!
 
What exactly did we do?
- We have informed the people on site on your arrival
- Any additional ski passes and extra's have been arranged
- We have fixed your travel documents

Prepare well for your ski holiday
Because your ski holiday unfortunately cannot continue without any COVID-19 restrictions, we want to prepare you the best way we can. This way you will not be faced with surprises at your destination. Discover per country the measures you can expect and what you should not forget before departure.

Also scroll down for the departure information for Austria, Switzerland and Italy.

FRANCE


Up-to-date information before departure
Although we try our best to always show you the latest information, the info on this page may be out of date. We accept no liability as a result of inaccuracies and/or outdated information. We advise you to always check the current travel advice from your country to France before you leave and don't forget to check the current COVID-19 measures at your destination and the latest information about the COVID-19 certificate (called 'Passe Sanitaire' in France).

The good news
As of February 2, you won't have to wear a mouth mask outside anymore and as of February 16, you won't have to stay seated in pubs anymore and nightclubs will open again too!

Entry regulations
Everyone aged 12 and over is required to have a 3G certificate and to fill out and bring a sworn statement. Make sure to also check the travel advice that your home country issued for France. Travelers from the UK can check the latest entry requirements for traveling to France here.

2G certificate
Since January 24, 2022, France has switched to a 2G policy. This means that anyone 16 years and older needs a 2G permit (vaccinated or recovered) to access places that are publicly accessible, including ski lifts, restaurants, bars and shopping centers. Children 12 years + 2 months through 15 years old can still use the 3G policy (vaccinated, recovered or tested) for these facilities. Children under the age of 12 years and 2 months do not need to provide proof for access to facilities.

Please note, that not having a valid COVID-19 pass (called 'passe sanitaire' in France) is not a valid reason to cancel your ski holiday free of charge. Travelers are responsible for having the necessary documents, such as a valid passport or - where permitted - an identity card, and any required visas, proof of inoculations and vaccinations. Have you booked your ski holiday to France? Then you will have to make your own decision whether to continue or cancel the trip. Keep in mind that there are cancellation periods and associated cancellation fees.

The basic measures
- Wear your face mask on public transport, in ski lifts, inside public places, when waiting in line and in other crowded places. As of February 2, the mouth mask is no longer mandatory outside.
- Gloves off? Wash your hands regularly or use disinfectant gel.
- Keep 1 meter distance from others.

Ski lift necessities
- A 2G certificate for anyone aged 16 years and over.
- A 3G certificate for everyone from 12 years + 2 months up to 15 years of age.
- A mouth mask from the age of 6.

Please don't forget
- Your passport and travel documents.
- For anyone 12 years of age and older: a completed sworn statement.
- For anyone 12 years of age and older: a 3G certificate (vaccinated, tested or cured) to travel to France. To be safe, bring both your digital proof (QR code) and a printed version.
- For anyone aged 12 years + 2 months to 15 years: a 3G certificate for access to certain facilities
- For everyone aged 16 years and over: a 2G certificate for access to certain facilities
- For everyone 6 years and older: an approved face mask (surgical or class 1 medical).

COVID-19 testing in ski areas
Testing is possible at most ski resorts. Costs for testing are at your own expense and may vary by location. On this page (published on our Dutch website) you will find the testing locations and COVID-19 measures for each destination, as soon as they are made public.

Additional point to note
In France, for anyone 18 years + 1 month old, the validity of the vaccination certificate expires with vaccinations older than 7 months. In the case of the Janssen vaccine, the validity expires after only 2 months. As of February 15, the deadline of 7 months will be reduced to 4 months. After these dates, a booster shot is required, except for children aged 16 and 17 who have been vaccinated twice: their vaccination certificate remains valid without a booster shot. For more information on the COVID-19 certificate, validity of vaccinations and access to facilities, click here.

AUSTRIA


Up-to-date information before departure
Although we try our best to always show you the latest information, the info on this page may be out of date. We accept no liability as a result of inaccuracies and/or outdated information. We advise you to always check the current travel advice from your country to Austria before you leave, the current COVID-19 measures and the entry rules at your destination.

The good news
An awful lot of snow has fallen, snow conditions are better than ever!

Entry rules
Before departure, make sure to always check the current entry rules for traveling to Austria.

2G certificate
A 2G certificate (fully vaccinated or cured) is required for access to lodging facilities, restaurants, stores, ski lifts and more. Children between the ages of 12 and 15 (born after augustus 31, 2006) who are not (fully) vaccinated, can gain access in places where the 2G rule applies with the Holiday Ninja Pass. This pass must be shown along with official test results and proof of identity. You can read more about the Holiday Ninja Pass here.

The basic measures
- Wear an FFP2 mask in all enclosed spaces, including (semi-)enclosed ski lifts and anywhere too crowded to keep 2 meters of distance to others.
- Gloves off? Wash your hands regularly or use disinfectant gel.
- Keep a distance of 2 meters from others.

Ski lift necessities
- Proof of vaccination or recovery for anyone born before September 1, 2006.
- A Holiday Ninja Pass for children between the ages of 12 and 15 (born after August 31, 2006) who have not been (fully) vaccinated.
- An FFP2 mouth mask for anyone 14 years of age or older.
- A normal face mask for children between the ages of 7 and 13.

Please don't forget
- Your passport and travel documents.
- Proof of vaccination or recovery for anyone born before September 1, 2006. To be sure, bring both your digital proof (QR code) and a printed version.
- A negative PCR test result (max. 72 hours old) for anyone who has not had a booster shot.
- For children between 12 and 15 years of age (born after 31 August 2006) the Holiday-Ninja-Pass is sufficient. Bring a printed copy with you.
- For everyone 14 years of age and older: a FFP2 mouth mask.
- For children ages 7-13: a regular mouth mask.

Additional point to note
Effective February 1, the validity of a double vaccination will be reduced to 180 days. The booster vaccination will remain valid for 270 days. The vaccination certificate is valid from the day of vaccination. The validity of a recovery certificate remains 180 days. For more information on the COVID-19 certificate, validity of vaccinations, access to facilities and other measures, click here (information in German).

SWITZERLAND


Up-to-date information before departure
Although we try our best to always show you the latest information, the info on this page may be out of date. We accept no liability as a result of inaccuracies and/or outdated information. We advise you to always check the current travel advice from your country to Switzerland before you leave, the Swiss entry regulations and the current COVID-19 measures at your destination.

The good news
The slopes in Switzerland are in great shape!

Entry regulations
Before departure, make sure to always check the current entry rules for traveling to Switzerland.

2G certificate
Since December 20, a 2G certificate and mouth mask is mandatory for access to indoor areas, such as restaurants (fixed seating), cultural institutions and sports facilities. In indoor areas where a mouth mask and fixed seating is not possible, a 2G+ rule applies (for example, in bars and swimming pools). Read more about the use of the corona certificate in Switzerland here.

The basic measures
- Wear your face mask on public transport, in the ski lifts, inside public areas, in any place where you also have to show a COVID-19 certificate, and anywhere that is too crowded to keep enough distance from others.
- Gloves off? Wash your hands regularly or use disinfectant gel.
- Keep 1.5 meters distance from others.

Ski lift necessities
- A face mask.

Please don't forget
- Your passport and travel documents.
- For anyone 16 years of age and older, a 3G (vaccinated, tested or recovered) certificate to travel to Switzerland.
- Please note that a negative test result only applies if it is a PCR test (max 72 hours old) or an antigen test (max 24 hours old).
- Those traveling by bus or plane: complete the Passenger Locator Form prior to travel.
- For anyone 16 and older: a 2G proof (vaccinated or recovered), required for entry into restaurants, among other things. To be safe, bring both your digital proof (QR code) and a printed version. Please note that in places where there are no fixed seats, or where it is not possible to wear a mouth mask (e.g. the swimming pool) a 2G+ rule applies (vaccinated or cured + negative test result).
- For everyone aged 12 and over: an approved face mask. Find out which masks are recommended in Switzerland.

Additional point to note
For more information on use of the COVID-19 certificate, validity of vaccinations and access to facilities, click here.

ITALY


Up-to-date information before departure
Although we try our best to always show you the latest information, the info on this page may be out of date. We accept no liability as a result of inaccuracies and/or outdated information. We advise you to always check the current travel advice from your country to Italy before you leave, the Italian entry rules and the current COVID-19 measures at your destination.

The good news
Pizzas and pastas withstand any pandemic and still taste great after a trip on the skis!

The latest news
Since January 1, 2022, a third-party liability insurance is mandatory (can be purchased at skipass offices or online) and all minors (under age 18) need to wear a protective helmet in all Italian ski areas. Since January 10, 2022, a 2G certificate is required for local use in Italy. This includes access to restaurants, hotels, swimming pools, public transport and also ski lifts.

Entry regulations
Before departure, make sure to always check the current entry rules for traveling to Italy.

Good to know
Italy uses color codes to represent the severity of the COVID-19 situation. If the COVID-19 situation in a region deteriorates, it changes colour from white (minimal risk), to yellow, orange or red (maximum risk). Each color code is accompanied by measures that matches the risk level.

2G certificate
Since January 10, 2022, a 2G certificate is required for local use in Italy. This includes access to restaurants, hotels, swimming pools, public transport and also ski lifts.

The basic measures
- Wear your face mask indoors in public places and anywhere that is too crowded to keep enough distance from others.
- Gloves off? Wash your hands regularly or use disinfectant gel.
- Keep 1 meter distance from others.

Ski lift necessities
- A 2G certificate.
- A face mask, in enclosed ski lifts this must be an FFP2 face mask.

Please don't forget
- Your passport (or ID card) and travel documents.
- For anyone 6 years and older: a negative PCR (no older than 48 hours) or antigen test (no older than 24 hours) to travel into Italy.
- For adults: a vaccination or recovery certificate to enter Italy. Travelers who do not have a vaccination or recovery certificate (not older than 6 months), in addition to a negative antigen or PCR test, are required to spend 5 days in quarantine upon arrival in Italy at their own expense.
- For anyone 12 years and older: a 2G certificate for local use in Italy. This includes access to restaurants, hotels, swimming pools, public transport and ski lifts. To be safe, bring both your digital certificate (QR code) and a printed version.
- For each adult: please complete the Passenger Locator Form before traveling. Children can be added to the form. Once completed, you will receive a QR code by email. Make sure you take it with you (digital or printed) when crossing the border.
- For everyone 6 years and older: a face mask (FFP2 advised).
- For children under 18: a protective helmet (mandatory since january 1, 2022).

Additional point to note
For more information on the COVID-19 certificate, validity of vaccinations and access to facilities, click here.

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