- A skier or snowboarder must behave does in a way that not endanger or prejudice others.
- A skier or snowboarder must move in control. He must adapt his speed to his driving skills, the terrain, the snow and weather conditions and the traffic density.
- Skiers and snowboarders, coming from behind, must choose their route so that they do not endanger skiers and snowboarders ahead.
- Surpassing is allowed from above or below, from the right or from the left, but always at a distance that leaves enough space for the other skiers or snowboarders and all of their movements.
Additional in Italy: At junctions, skiers or snowboarders coming in from the right are allowed to pass first.
- A skier or snowboarder entering a marked run, starting again after stopping or taking a swing upwards or wanting to start the run, must look up and down so that he can do so without endangering himself and others.
- A skier or snowboarder must avoid stopping in narrow places or places where visibility is not given. A fallen skier or snowboarder must clear such spots as quickly as possible.
- A skier or snowboarder either climbing or descending on foot must keep to the side of the slope.
Additional in Italy: Moving upwards on the slopes is generally forbidden, except in an emergency case.
- A skier or snowboarder must consider and note the information on the warning signs.
- In case of accidents, every skier or snowboarder is duty bound to assist.
- Every skier and snowboarder, whether witness or involved, whether responsible or not, must release his personal data in case of accident.
- Every skier and snowboarder must keep a safe distance to the edge of the slope and to the others.
- Every skier and snowboarder must consider the required road of others.
Additional in Italy: A helmet is compulsory for children up to 14 years.
IN THE EVENT OF ACCIDENT, HOPING THAT THIS DOES NOT HAPPEN: THE SLOPE RESCUE IS TO BE INFORMED AT THE NEXT LIFT STATION