Sports Switzerland and Bavaria with good ski season start

22:00  15 january  2022
22:00  15 january  2022 Source:   pressfrom.com

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in Switzerland and in Bavaria the ski season is well started despite Corona. The Jungfrau Railways in the Swiss ski area around Grindelwald and Wengen even spoke of the best winter season start for ten years. The reason is, among other things, the commissioning of a new train, which can bring more guests faster on the peaks.

Schnee in Bayern: Skifahrer warten vor einem Schlepplift. © Armin Weigel / DPA Snow in Bavaria: Skiers are waiting for a trail lift.

In Bavaria, there were traffic jams on parking spaces and partly queues on the cash registers of the ski stations. Austria had a bad start because of a new Lockdown at the beginning of December and mainly relies on February business.

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"Optimism is still there," says the Tourism Speaker of the Tyrol Economic Chamber, Mario Gerber. For February, German guests would have registered. "The extreme yearning for winter holidays is noticeable," he said. But the utilization of the 5000 Tyrolean accommodation businesses had been unusually low in the New Year's Eve week. Similarly, in the case of tourists, it was particularly popular with Salzburg, such as Albert Ebner, tourism spokesman of the country's economic chamber, said.

The industry annoyed over the stepped up at 10 pm blocks, said Gerber. Loading guests and employees at late meetings outside the controlled areas of restaurants.

In Switzerland, it looked very different: "The winter season in the Swiss ski resorts is well started well," announced the association cable cars. Zermatt at the foot of the Matterhorn had more than the holidays even more guests than in the pre-crisis winter 2019. In the regions of Arosa, Davos and St. Moritz in Graubünden there were almost as many guests as at that time. Problem there: Some restaurants had to close because too much staff with the coronavirus had infected. According to Switzerland Tourism, many guests from Germany, France, and Great Britain have returned.

in Germany is the joy and enthusiasm of the guests to finally be able to go back to the slopes, huge, announced the association of German cable cars and towlifts (VDS) at the end of the Christmas holidays. "We are very happy about the company, finally live on the slopes," said VDS board Matthias Stauch. The lifting companies had made by the lost season 2020/21 according to VDS information up to 99 million euros loss.

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