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Updates COVID 19 & actual informations

The great landscape and the wonderful views invite you to experience nature, mountain landscapes and everything around it. But this of course in compliance with the provisions and orders of the federal government of Austria and the state of Tyrol. With us, every small and large, young and old visitor will find peace, relaxation and what makes a vacation - and that away from mass tourism! With the best care and our full commitment, starting with our landlords, through our restaurants and alps to our personal service.

UPDATE: Current infos & rules (as of December 18, 2021)


From Monday, December 20, 2021, new entry regulations will apply. The aim is to curb the spread of the Omikron variant.

As things stand now, Jungholz, Kleinwalsertal and Hinterriss have again been exempted from these regulations. This means that everyone can still enter Jungholz.


  • Entry into Austria is only possible with valid 2G proof. In addition, a valid PCR test (valid for 72 hours) must be presented if no booster vaccination can be detected.
  • Entry is possible without a PCR test or booster vaccination, but a home quarantine must be commenced immediately. This ends when a PCR test is carried out after entry and a negative result has been confirmed. Registration via pre-travel clearance is mandatory.
  • Austrians, EU and EEA citizens and people living in Austria without proof of 2G must go into a ten-day quarantine. The possibility of free testing is available from the fifth day. Registration via pre-travel clearance is mandatory.
  • Exempt from the new entry regulations are pregnant women and people who cannot be vaccinated for health reasons.
  • School-age children are allowed to enter with a ninja pass or similar test certificates. Children under the age of twelve are not affected by the entry regulations. You only have to be in quarantine with your companion and register for pre-travel clearance if the companion also has to isolate themselves. 7
  • There will be an exception for commuters. Here the 3G rule remains in effect. Last Friday, further tightening was announced for entry into Austria. First of all, the good news: Jungholz is not affected by these tightenings

UPDATE: Gastronomy (as of December 18, 2021)

Restaurants, pubs & huts

Photo: Benedikt Wachter, Jungholz Tourismus
The gastronomy and thus the restaurants, huts, alpine pastures, bars and cafes in Jungholz have been open for day-to-day operations since May 19th.

The same rules apply to hotel gastronomy as to normal gastronomy:

  • when entering the restaurant, a vaccination certificate or confirmation of a previous illness must be presented (2G proof).
  • In principle, an FFP2 mask is required indoors (gastronomy except at your own seat)
  • Guests must register with their name and contact details when entering. Registration is mandatory for stays of 15 minutes or more,
  • and there is a curfew for all restaurants starting at 11 p.m.. From 27th of December on, the closing hour is at 10 p.m.
  • Après-ski bars will remain closed in winter 2021

Additional tips:

  • If possible, reserve a table in advance in the restaurant that you want to visit.
  • Pay attention to the general rules of hygiene. Night-gastronomy (night bars, clubs): the same provisions apply as mentioned above.
  • Exception New Year's Eve: In addition, the curfew for gastronomy is exceptionally lifted on New Year's Eve. The usual curfew hours of the federal states then apply.

UPDATE: Hotels, holiday apartments, guest rooms (as of December 18, 2021)

Photo: Benedikt Wachter, Jungholz Tourismus
When entering the accommodation, a vaccination certificate or confirmation of a previous illness must be presented (2G rule).

The obligation to submit proof of a low epidemiological risk does not apply to children up to the age of twelve.

The contact details of visitors are collected (Registration required).

An FFP2 mask is required in customer areas.

Rooms & living area:

When cleaning the rooms, the highest hygiene standards are observed when guests change.

Special attention is paid to handles, touchscreens and light switches.

There is also extensive ventilation.

In the event of COVID disease, the rooms are comprehensively disinfected.

Gültigkeit von Impfzertifikaten (Stand 18.02.2022)


  • Impfzertifikat bei 2-facher Impfung: Bei 2-facher Impfung ist die Gültigkeit des Zertifikates derzeit 180 Tage (6 Monate). Ausnahme: Personen unter 18 Jahre 210 Tage (7 Monate)
  • Booster Impfung: 9 Monate gültig
  • Ein Genesungszertifikat gilt in Österreich sechs Monate lang – frühestens vom 11. Tag nach der ersten molekularbiologisch bestätigten Infektion (mittels PCR-Test) bis zu 180 Tage (6 Monate) danach
  • Personen, die nur einmal mit dem Impfstoff von Johnson & Johnson geimpft worden sind, haben in Österreich seit 3. Jänner 2022 kein gültiges Impfzertifikat und müssen sich nachimpfen lassen, auch wenn auf dem Zertifikat ein anderes Enddatum vermerkt ist

UPDATE: Quarantine rules for Jungholz (as of December 18, 2021)

Since the community of Jungholz does not represent a risk area and is exempt from any regulations with regard to Quarantine regulations, entry and exit are possible at any time. However, it is always important to note which regulations apply when returning from Jungholz in the respective home region. In addition, the valid measures of the current Austrian Covid-19 regulation must of course also be observed in Jungholz.

More information from official offices

In order to always be up to date, you can of course get information from the official offices of the countries.

We can only do it together!

In order to be able to guarantee you the best possible vacation or day trip, we have taken all possible measures to be able to welcome you as safely as possible and in compliance with the Corona regulations. What measures are implemented for mountain railways, tourism, gastronomy, hosts and many more take to achieve the goal together? We will always keep you up to date and as quickly as possible and keep you informed!


BUT: We can only to this together with you!

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