1. RESPECT FOR OTHER SKIERS
Act so as to avoid causing hazard to yourself or others.
2. CONTROL OF SPEED AND MANNER OF SKIING
Have a clear view in front of yourself. Control your direction and speed of travel, taking account of the terrain, snow, number of skiers and traffic conditions.
3. CHOICE OF PATH
If you are skiing behind someone it is your responsibility to ski around them without causing any danger to them. Keep a safe distance so that the skier in front of you has enough room for manoeuvring.
You can overtake from left or right, but you must leave enough distance between yourself and other skiers to allow them to manoeuvre.
5. JOINING AND STARTING
Before starting off or pulling out again after stopping you must look up and down the slope to make sure you have enough room for manoeuvring so as not to endanger yourself or other skiers.
Avoid stopping without reason or at narrow enclosed or blind places of the slope. If you fall, vacate the spot as soon as possible.
7. ASCENDING AND DESCENDING
You must always use the side of the slope to walk up or down.
8. OBSERVING THE SIGNS
Pay attention to and follow the signs, markings and notices on the slope.
9. OFFERING ASSISTANCE
You are obliged to offer help and assistance in the event of any accident and to report any accident to the relevant person. (Mountain rescue service, or ski lift attendants.)
10. SAFETY OF EQUIPMENT
Use your skiing equipment only in such a state in which its safety is guaranteed by its maker and make sure your skis and other equipment are secured against their spontaneous loosening.
11. DUTY TO IDENTIFY YOURSELF
You are obliged to give your personal details to the mountain rescue service or the slope staff in the event of an accident on the slope, whether you caused it, witnessed it or assisted at it.
12. ENTRY ON TO THE SLOPE
Before and after operating hours it is prohibited to enter the slope, due to the danger of accident from machines working on the slope, particularly snow grooming machines!
Every skier is obliged to pay attention and follow the ski slope rules. These rules are mandatory for every visitor on the slope. Every skier uses the slope at their own risk. Every skier must take account of their own skills and abilities, taking account of terrain, weather and the number of skiers.
The slope operator has the right to prohibit the activity of a skier not observing the ski slope rules. Responsible track staff or persons authorised by the operator may prohibit an activity.