The Boí Taüll station has implemented a set of measures and actions to deal with the health crisis arising from the Covid-19 and reduce the risk of infection.
These include capacity restrictions, access control and the redesign and signage of queues at different points in the station.
Access control and capacity restrictions
Restrictions are applied to gauging at stations to avoid the risk of infection and to minimize congestion and queues. Therefore, it will be mandatory to buy the ski pass through the online store before visiting the station, as from the application will manage the quotas of available daily places. Temporarily, the available product catalog will be restricted and promotions and discounts will not apply. Only people who have made an online purchase for that day, and have proof of purchase, and people who have a season pass can access the station.
Redesign and signaling of queues
- Ski lifts. Due to the nature of the station and the number of ski lifts it has, there are no queues even on peak days, which makes it easier to manage in the current situation.
- Information point. Capacity has been limited to 6 people, safety distances have been signaled and entrances and exits have been marked. In addition, there are totems and informative posters as well as hydroalcoholic gel.
- Point of sale (ticket offices). There are cords that delimit the entrance and exit routes and the safety distances are marked on the ground in yellow to prevent people from crossing.
- Material rental center. An entry and exit route has been established with a safe distance and, as a novelty, no material rental service is provided without prior appointment. The appointment is available through the website, limited to 25 reservations / hour, and the rental service itself is a circuit.
- Catering. The main catering services have entrance and exit circuits to prevent people from crossing (entrance door and exit door). Boí Taüll will offer a new Click & Go service through which users can place orders via the mobile app, pay for them and receive an SMS to pick them up. There will be QR codes in the restoration area to place the order. In addition, the terrace area has been doubled to avoid congestion from one outdoor bar to three (Isard terrace, Burger Van and Cafeteria Font Ginebrell). All three bars have self-ordering services where the customer places the order and can pick it up.
From Monday 21/12, and in response to the new measures applied to the restoration points, the update will be communicated on the restoration services operating at the stations.
You can consult the cross-sectional measures applied to FGC stations at this link.