Be considerate of other skiers and snowboarders. Every skier should behave in a way that does not endanger or harm others.
Any skier, snowboarder or cross-country skier who is a witness or who is involved, whether or not they are responsible, must provide their personal details if an accident occurs.
If an accident occurs, all skiers are obliged to offer help.
Observance of the signs:
Every skier and snowboarder must observe the markings and signs.
Ascent and descent:
A skier or snowboarder who ascends or descends on foot must stay on the edge of the descent.
Every skier and snowboarder must avoid stopping on a descent in narrow places or where there is poor visibility, unless there is an emergency. Skiers or snowboarders who fall must remove themselves from the site as quickly as possible.
Children should never be allowed on the piste without a helmet!
Speed and technique control:
Every skier and snowboarder must ski on sight. They must adapt their speed and technique to their level of ability and the terrain, snow and weather conditions, and the density of traffic.
Choice of lane or piste:
The skier and snowboarder coming from behind must choose their lane in such a way that they do not endanger skiers and snowboarders descending in front of them.
Skis & snowboards:
Entering, approaching, and descending slopes:
Anyone who enters a descent, approaches it again after stopping, or wishes to swing or ski up the slope, must make sure by looking upwards and downwards that they can do this without risk to themselves or others.
Overtaking is permitted from above or below, from right or left, but always only at a distance that allows room for the overtaken skier or snowboarder to make all their movements.