1. Consideration for other skiers and snowboarders
Skiers and snowboarders should behave in such a way that they do not endanger or hurt anyone else.
2. Controlling speed and manner of skiing or snowboarding
Skiers and snowboarders must control their movements and be aware of their surroundings. They must adapt their speed and style to their abilities as well as to the terrain, snow, weather conditions and amount of traffic.
3. Choosing a lane
Skiers and snowboarders coming from behind must choose their lanes so as to not endanger those skiers and snowboarders in front of them.
Passing may take place from above or below, from the right or the left, but only at a distance which allows the skier or snowboarder you are passing enough room for all of their movements.
5. Entering, starting and moving up slope
Every skier and snowboarder who turns into a trail, continues after a stop or wants to go back up the slope must check above and below, to make sure that they are able to do so without endangering themselves or others.
Every skier and snowboarder must avoid stopping in a narrow area or one with limited visibility if it is not an emergency. Fallen skiers or snowboarders must clear such areas as soon as possible after they have recovered.
7. Climbing up or down the slope
Skiers or snowboarders climbing up the slope or walking down the slope must keep to the side of the slope.
8. Observing the signs
All skiers and snowboarders must respect all signs and markings.
9. First aid
Every skier and snowboarder is obliged to assist in case of an accident.
10. Personal Identification required
In the case of an accident, all skiers and snowboarders are required to give their personal data, whether or not they were responsible or involved.
Tyrol's highest Glacier.