10 rules for alpine skiers and snowboarders
1. RESPONSIBILITY TO AVOID INJURY
You must conduct yourself in a manner to avoid injury to yourself and to others.
2. ADJUST YOUR SPEED TO THE CONDITIONS
You must always have control and adjust your speed and skiing style to your skill level, the terrain, the conditions, and to other skiiers on the slopes.
When skiing uphill from or behind another skiier or snowboarder you have the responsibility to yield.
It is forbidden to ski through organized training. If you ski past another skiier or snowboarder you must give them enough space to comfortably control themselves.
5. MERGING SLOPES
If you are merging into a new slope you must always yield to others in the slope.
6. STOPPING IN THE SLOPES
Do not stop in areas with poor visibility.
7. WALKING IN THE SLOPES
If you are on foot you must walk along the outer edge of the slope.
8. SKI BRAKES/LEASH
You must always use bindings with brakes or a leash when riding a snowboard.
9. RESPECT SIGNS
Follow the directions and rules on posted signs.
10. HELPING WITH ACCIDENTS
If you come accross an accident you have the responsibility to help. Witnesses and those involved are required to give their personal details.
It is forbidden to be on the slopes outside of opening hours. It can be extremely dangerous or even deadly to be in the slopes during prepping or snow production.
Alpine skiing and snowboarding are inherently dangerous sports. Drugs and alchohol should never be used when skiing or snowboarding.