We’re looking forward to welcoming you to the mountains this winter season. In view of the exceptional circumstances caused by COVID-19, we are required to take specific measures in relation to the organization of our tours and courses in the interests of all our health.
Our offers can be carried out with the normal group size of up to 10 participants and one guide.
We are complying with the requirements of the Swiss Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH) and following the protection concept of the Swiss Mountain Guide Association (SBV). The mountain huts and hotels we visit must also have implemented a protection concept in accordance with government guidelines. The same applies for mountain railways and lifts.
All offers can be booked normally. If you are unable to take part in a booked offer due to a Covid-19 illness or quarantine obligation, we offer you the option of changing to an alternative date/offer free of charge or refunding your credit in the form of a voucher. You also have the option of taking out cancellation insurance when you make your booking, which also covers Covid-19 illnesses or quarantine obligations.
If you have any questions or require further clarification about the situation with regard to COVID-19, we will be happy to provide additional information.
Head of Mammut Alpine School
Before a tour, each participant must carry out a health self-check. To take part in a tour or course, participants and mountain guides/hiking leaders must not be
We ask guests who undergo a COVID-19 test up to ten days after a visited offer to provide us the information immediately if the result is positive.
Group size/distancing rules
We are operating in groups of a maximum of 10 people, plus a mountain/hiking guide additionally. The 1.5-meter distance will be maintained whenever possible.
Travel and transfers
We recommend that you travel to and from the course or tour in your own car. Please note the following requirements:
In the case of activities taking place over several days, we will stay only in hotels and mountain huts that can guarantee compliance with hygiene and distancing rules.
The FOPH recommends that people belonging to any risk group do not take part in group activities and stay at home.
Further information/protective concepts