Skiers and other persons on the ski slope have to observe the international FIS rules, the instructions on safety precautions on ski slopes as well as follow the instructions and warnings given by the supervisors.

They have to keep in mind the principles of mutual assistance, respect and consideration. They have to use the ski slopes in a way so as not to endanger or injure themselves, other persons or inflict damage to ski slope equipment.

 


To provide for greater safety on the ski run it is advisable that you:

  • Adjust your speed and method of skiing to your actual skill, as well as terrain and weather conditions and the number of other skiers on the run.
  • Choose your direction of skiing so as not to endanger other skiers. Give right of way to the skier in front of you.
  • Pass other skiers from above or below, left or right, yet always providing for adequate safety distance, which enables to the skier you are passing enough room to ski freely.
  • If you are younger than 14 years, wear a protective helmet.
  • When crossing, entering the ski run, stopping or attempting to return to the slope always make sure whether you can do this without exposing yourself or other skiers to danger.
  • If you want to climb up, stop or remain where you are stay to the edge of the ski run when doing this.
  • Ski at an adequate safety distance from the snow groomer.

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  • If you fall leave the position place as soon as possible if you are not in need of aid at the ski slope, and move to the edge of the ski slope.
  • Deposit the ski or any other equipment whenever you are not using it at the location which is determined by the manager.
  • Ski with appropriate ski equipment which should also be fully functional.
  • Offer assistance if an accident occurs at the ski slope.

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  • Give your personal information to the supervisor if you have witnessed or participated in the accident or if you yourself have violated the provisions of the Safety at the Ski Slopes Act.

 

Advice to skiers:

  • Do not ski if the ski slope or part of it is closed!
  • Do not ski outside the ski runs on the unmanaged skiing surfaces and outside the ski run area!
  • Do not jump with skis on the ski run except on the designated ski slope section where you are allowed to do this!
  • Do not ski on the ski lift path or in the way in which you would endanger the safety of the people using the ski lift!
  • Do not stay in narrowed or badly marked parts of the ski run!
  • Do not set, move or remove the signs and devices used on the ski slope!
  • Do not dispose of thrash on the ski slopes and in their vicinity!
  • You are not allowed to bring dogs or any other animals to the ski run!
  • You should not ski under the influence of alcohol, other drugs, psychoactive medicine or other psychoactive substances!Any skier with more than 0.24 milligrams of alcohol contained in the exhaled air or more than 0.50 grams of alcohol per kilogram of blood is treated as being under the influence. The maximum value of alcohol is identical to the one found in the Road Safety Act.

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Advice to other persons present on the ski slope:

  • You can carry out you sporting or any other activities only on the specified surfaces of any such sort.
  • You can use the edge area for walking and climbing the ski slope.
  • You are advised, that the moment you are not using the equipment, you leave it at a location specified by the ski slope manager.
  • Give your personal information to the supervisor if you have witnessed or participated in the accident, or if you yourself have violated the provisions of the Safety at the Ski Slopes Act.
  • Do not cross the ski slope and do not stop yourself in the narrow or badly marked sections of the ski run.
  • Do not set, move or remove the signs and devices used on the ski slope!
  • You are not allowed to bring dogs or any other animals to the ski run!
  • Do not ride snowmobiles and do not sleigh down the ski run or outside the marked area of the ski slope! 

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