Like on the road and in other areas of life, culture and common sense are also shown on the ski slopes.
For your safety and the safety of everyone present on the ski slope, we ask you to follow the international rules of conduct, which are summarized in the form of 10 FIS rules.
CONSIDERATION FOR OTHERS
A skier must behave in such a way that they do not endanger or harm others.
A skier must not ski recklessly. Speed must be adjusted to their skill level, conditions on the slopes, and the density of skiers.
CHOICE OF LANE
A faster skier must choose a lane that does not endanger skiers ahead.
A skier can overtake freely, but at a distance that allows the overtaken skier enough space for skiing.
Before skiing down a slope, a skier must look downhill and uphill to make sure it is safe for them and others.
A skiers must not stop on challenging sections of the slope, unless in an emergency, but should move away as soon as possible.
ASCENDING - DESCENDING
A skier may only use the edge of the ski slope for ascending or descending.
A skier must learn and respect the signals and traffic signs on the ski slopes.
HELPING IN CASE OF AN ACCIDENT
In the event of an accident, a skier is obliged to help the injured person to the best of their abilities.
DUTY TO IDENTIFY
A skier, whether responsible or not, must allow themselves to be identified in the event of an accident, as a participant or witness.