• Skiers must behave responsibly and not endanger or prejudice other skiers.
  • Skiers must be in control of their skiing at all times.
  • When skiers descend the slopes, they must choose a route that guarantees the safety of other users who are further down the hill.
  • When skiers overtake, they must leave sufficient space to allow any skiers overtaken to make their own movements.
  • When skiers enter a slope, they must look up and down the hill to make sure that the slope is free.
  • Skiers must avoid stopping on slopes, particularly when they are narrow, dangerous, or have poor visibility.
  • Slope users and other people who go up or down the hill on foot must do so using the sides of the slopes.
  • Skiers must always obey all signs and indications from ski resort staff.
  • In the event of an accident, all skiers must give help and assistance, to the best of their possibilities, and notify ski resort staff.
  • If required, all slope users involved in and/or witnessing accidents must identify themselves to the ski resort staff and the relevant authorities.