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Rules of conduct on the slopes
  1. Respect others • All skiers and snowboarders must not behave recklessly and unnecessarily put others at risk of harm to their bodies or equipment;
  2. Speed and behavior • All skiers and snowboarders must adapt their speed and behavior to their personal capabilities as well as to the general conditions of the slope, weather, snow conditions and density of ski way traffic;
  3. Choice of direction • Skiers and snowboarders should pay attention to those in front of them ski or ride carefully and do not endanger those in front of you;
  4. Overtaking/Passing • It is permissible to pass other skiers and snowboarders from either side; however, it is essential that you ensure a decent distance between yourself and the person that you intend to pass;
  5. Entering, starting off from, and crossing slopes • A skier or snowboarder beginning marked run, continuing a run after a break, or hiking back up the slope must look both up and down the slope to ensure that he/she is not placing him/herself or others at risk;
  6. Stopping • All skiers and snowboarders should absolutely avoid stopping in narrow parts of a run, in the middle of a run, or areas with limited visibility, e.g. on the slope of a hill in the event that you fall over, it is imperative that you move to the side of the run as soon as possible;
  7. Climbing or descending on foot • A skier or snowboarder either climbing or descending the slope on foot must keep to the side of the run and ensure that neither s/he nor his/her equipment endangers other skiers and snowboarders;
  8. Respect for information signs • All skiers and snowboarders must read and adhere to the directions/requirements of all signs and markings concerning weather conditions, the general condition of the slopes, and/or snow;
  9. Assistance • Any person who is a witness to or instigator of an accident must immediately provide assistance and alerting the proper authorities. Should the need arise, or upon the request of the ski patrol, the witness/instigator must provide assistance to the ski patrol;
  10. Identification • Any person who is involved in, or witness to an accident, must provide ID to the Emergency Patrol.
Rules of conduct on chairlifts and ski lifts
During the ride on a chairlift, a passenger must not:
  • Act in such a way that might inhibit the proper and safe functioning of the chairlift;
  • Swing/rock the chair, ride without restraining bar in place or disembark from the lift prior to arriving at the top of the lift off the seat along the slope;
  • Get on a chairlift that is clearly designated as close.
During the ride on a ski lift, a passenger must not:
  • Get on an empty carrier at any point other that the beginning of the slope;
  • Deliberately get off the carrier before reaching an unloading point;
  • Diverge from the established ski lift trail;
  • Remain on the ski lift trail after falling;
  • Deliberately throw out the carrier on the line tower;
  • Swing the carrier inside the tip station or by pass the safety gates;
  • Hang his/her ski poles over his/her wrist.
General rules of conduct during ride on chairlifts and ski lifts. A passenger must not:
  • Change, move, or in any way misuse the equipment or materials that ensure the proper functioning of the chairlift or ski lift;
  • Climb on drive stations, line towers, return stations, or any other facility that is not intended for use by passengers;
  • Deliberately activate safety devices within his/her reach (such as external controls and safety gates) without proper cause;
  • Loiter around the loading and unloading areas of a chairlift or ski lift;
  • Use a chairlift or ski lift for transportation if he or she does not know how to, or is not physically capable of using them in a safe manner;
  • Disregard the rules posted on signposts, or any other instruction given by Ski Center officials.