Covid-19: The Requirements of Montanara Bergerlebnisse AG for mountain guides, hiking guides and guests. Valid from December 20th 2021.

Since 11th May 2020, mountain guides, hiking guides and climbing guides are able to work with guests again according to the measures of the Swiss Mountain Guide Association (SBV).


A Concept of Measures must be created and implemented for all sports activities that are permitted from May 11th 2020 (Art. 6 Para. 5 Covid-19-V). The Federal Office of Sport (BASPO) has in cooperation with the Federal Office of Public Health (BAG) and Swiss Olympic and other partners, developed a framework for such a concept.


Our concept is based on these guidelines, plus those of the Swiss Alpine Club SAC.


Mountain guides and hiking guides adhere to the BAG’s rules of conduct and hygiene and ensure that guests also abide by these rules.

Keep distance (Physical Distancing)

Keep your distance from other people.

Wear a mask if it is not possible to keep your distance (1.5 m)

If you cannot keep a distance of 1.5 meters from other people, you must wear a mask.

Get tested immediately if symptoms occur, and stay at home

If you have symptoms for example like a cough (usually dry), sore throat, headache, shortness of breath, fever, muscle pain, sudden loss of smell and / or taste, conjunctivitis, runny nose etc. get tested immediately and stay at home.

Contact data for contact tracing

Always provide full contact details (first name, last name, address, postcode, place of residence, mobile telephone number) for tracing.

Mask requirement in public spaces

Generally in publicly accessible interiors and as well as in public transport.

Wash hands thoroughly

Washing hands plays a crucial role in hygiene. You can protect yourself by washing your hands regularly with soap. The use of disinfectants also offers protection if water and soap are not available.

Use the CovidSwiss app

To stop chains of infection: Download and activate the SwissCovid app.

Isolation or quarantine

If your Covid-19 test is positive: Immediately isolate yourself.

If a close contact has tested positive: Go into quarantine.

Observe and strictly adhere to the BAG’s isolation and quarantine regulations!

Cough and sneeze in a handkerchief or the crook of your arm

Hold a handkerchief in front of your nose and mouth when you cough or sneeze. If you don’t have one, cough or sneeze in the crook of your arm rather than your hands.

Don’t shake hands

Don’t shake hands

Avoid greeting kisses

Try not to touch your nose, mouth and eyes







All participants carry out a preliminary health self-check

We recommend a SARS-COV-2 self-test one day before the start of the tour/course. Participation is only allowed if the self-test is negative.


On our tours and courses with overnight accomondations only leaders, guests and course participants may take part who:


- are healthy

- are recovered or vaccinated (2G). Certificate valid until the end of our trip

- have a negativ Covid-19 self-test result (recommended)

- have no official quarantine regulations



On our one-day tours and courses only leaders, guests and course participants may take part who:



- are healthy

- are recovered,vaccinated or tested (3G). Certificate valid on the day of activity

- have a negativ Covid-19 self-test result (recommended)

- have no official quarantine regulations


Body contact should always be avoided

In exceptional circumstances, intensive and prolonged physical contact is necessary, e.g. in the event of an accident, then precautionary measures adapted to the situation are taken (protective mask or improvised mask, gloves).

A distance of 1.5 m is to be kept whenever possible

For a short time, the distance can be less than 1.5 m without additional precautionary measures (e.g. for the partner check).

If, in exceptional circumstances, a distance of 1.5 m cannot be maintained over a longer period of time, precautionary measures adapted to the situation are taken (contact tracing, protective mask or improvised mask, gloves).

Group size / Contact data


In order to track possible chains of infection, the contact details of all guests and course participants must be kept for at least one month.

Montanara checks whether there are any other restrictions on the group size at the place of activity in the area of the activity.

Overnight stays if possible in hotels and mountain huts which can guarantee compliance with the hygiene and conduct rules. 2G-rules

For our activities with overnight stays in mountain huts/hotels and/or with consumption in mountain huts and hotels you need to be either recovered or vaccinated. Your certificate must be valid until the end of our activity.


In the hut, take your own sheet sleeping bag, pillow bag and a towel with you.


Do not share food, and just drink from your own bottle.

All guides and participants must have their own protective mask and a small bottle of disinfectant with them during every activity, and use it if necessary.


This Requirements apply from December 20th 2021, unless otherwise advised.


Version: 20.12.2021 / agi