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Pandemic risk in ski resorts, Sars-CoV-2 in cable cars

Where do the greatest risks of infection lurk? How can you protect yourself and others even better? Scientists all over the world are working to expand knowledge about Covid-19 – including at Empa. Researchers are now using measurements and simulations

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European ski resorts are opening for the 2020-21 ski season

This winter, ski season has been the subject of a Europe-wide debate as Germany, France and Italy pushed for a EU-wide ban on ski tourism until early January.  Italy called for the ski areas to be closed across Europe until at least January 10th, however, no joint solution has been reached.
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Covid-19 virus: closes ski resorts across all Europe

The ski resorts will be closed from March 14, 2020. Ski Andorra on behalf of the Andorran ski resorts communicates that the ski resorts will close from the 14th March in view of the need to increase precaution and avoid as maximum the risk of contagion of the COVID-19 coronavirus.

Latest Comments

  • MaximiliaArinsal
  • I was there a few years ago with buddies... We had an awesomeee time there and really wanna go back!

  • KufaraSpindleruv Mlyn
  • Not a big resort compared to alpine resorts but the place was OK for a couple of days. A very busy and popular place at the heart of winter just after Christmas time. Services are alright however I have to admit that the pricing is unjustifiable. Very expensive lift pass. Buying a daily (or weekend) pass is quite expensive compared to other ski resorts in the Czech Republic and across the borders in Germany Italy and France. The town itself this charming and has a good selection of hotels and restaurants offering perfect value for money.

  • Owen WLa Plagne
  • Quick access to the slopes from various different hotels and chalets within the area. Plenty of different slopes in various different colours and a local ski school too. The variety of shops isn't huge, it's pretty much limited too; restaurants, cafes, bars, ski shops and the occasional Spar. Cafes and restaurants are spread out all over the slopes. So even when your at the top of a mountain your never too far away from a warm drink. Prices in the area are considerably higher than other more populated areas so if you are self catering I would recommend purchasing what you can well before you reach the resort. The area covered by the ski lift passes is very large and you could easily spend a week here without having to ski down the same slopes twice.