"There are mountains over which one must cross, otherwise the path will not go on" (Ludwig Thoma)
With this in mind, we welcome you to the Swiss Ski and Snowboard School SAAS AG in Klosters.
Safety on and off the slopes for our guests and employees is our top priority. Due to the current situation around COVID-19, we have developed a protection concept which is continuously modified to the current requirements of the BAG. This concept should contribute to your feeling of well-being with us.
We are here to answer any questions or uncertainties you may have so please just let us know.
We wish you a memorable and enjoyable time with us in Klosters.
„Hübsch sind Sie bi ünsch“.
Swiss Ski and Snowboard School Saas AG
The basis for the present protection concept are the measures and requirements decided by the Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH) and the currently valid COVID-19 regulations of the Confederation and the Canton of Grisons. This protection concept is also based on the guidelines of our umbrella organization Swiss Snowsports.
The protective measures are intended to minimize the risk of transmission and thus ensure that the operation of the Saas Ski and Snowboard School (hereinafter referred to as SSSS) is fair.
By booking with the SSSS, you agree to the SSSS General Terms and Conditions and confirm that you are in good health when you start your snow sports lessons.
You are not infected with the Covid-19 virus
You do not have a body temperature above 38 degrees
You are not receiving medical treatment for Covid-19 infection
You have symptoms of covid-19 that have not been tested for association with this disease
The hygiene regulations of the BAG and the canton of Graubünden apply
The regulations of transport facilities with obligatory masks etc, as well as other tourist service providers (e.g. catering establishments), must be observed. See also:
Guests with symptoms of illness are not allowed to attend classes. In the event of a positive COVID-19 test, the SSSS must be contacted immediately by telephone, if the guest had personal contact with the SSSS before becoming ill
SSSS staff members who show symptoms are not allowed to work and are placed in isolation. In case of any suspicion a COVID-19 test will be ordered
Ski school office
In order to avoid long waiting times and crowds of people in the shop, we ask you to book the courses conveniently and easily in our online shop (www.blueorange.ski), by phone (+41 81 420 22 33) or by e-mail (contact(at)sss-saas.ch)
New is the booking confirmation, which you will receive by email, also the class ticket. Therefore, you do not have to come to the office anymore. Please pay your courses, if possible, cash-free. We accept all major debit and credit cards
Our ski school office in Klosters Dorf is properly equipped according to the current guidelines of the BAG
Masks are compulsory in the ski school office.
The SSSS provides our guests with hand disinfectants at the entrance
Please pay attention to the floor markings to comply with the distance rules
The SSSS employees clean their hands regularly
Group and private lessons
If the minimum distance of 1.5 meters cannot be maintained, the snow sports instructor wears a mouth and nose protector (MNS). All snow sports instructors are equipped with a mouth-nose protection mask suitable for snow sports
An MNS must always be worn according to the instructions of the transport facilities - e.g. in closed areas, when queuing, etc. This applies to snow sport instructors and guests
CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS DO NOT HAVE TO WEAR MNS
Body contact is to be avoided in principle
Avoid physical contact such as shaking hands etc.
The collection points of the SSSS are designed in such a way that the required minimum distance can be maintained. Please follow the instructions of the snow sport instructors
The SSSS tries not to mix groups during the course
The breaks in the children's class are staggered. If temperatures are appropriate, they can also be held outside the designated facilities
Lunch in the mountain restaurants in the holiday region is based on the respective protection concept of the catering establishments
Snow sports instructors must disinfect their hands several times a day