No mask, no lift: What ski holidays will be like this winter

The slopes on Germany’s highest mountain are set to be opened in just a few weeks. In a country where a second wave of coronavirus infections is surging, ski officials are responding with strict rules to avoid an outbreak at their resorts.On November 13, the first skiers will arrive on the slops of the Zugspitze mountain and will be welcomed by a host of strict pandemic rules and restrictions.The local ski authorities, the Bayerische Zugspitzbahn, have outlined a more refined version of what some skiers may have encountered during summer skiing on the mountain’s high slopes.Everyone – except c…

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