The safety at our ski resort is incredibly important, and we do everything we can to ensure that you have the safest skiing experience possible. Here you will find an overview of the Alpine Common Rules, the various difficulty levels of our ski slopes and more.
Rules and safety zones
All traffic in the facility outside opening hours is strictly forbidden
There might be construction work taking place such as snowmaking and snow grooming with a winch
All use of private vehicles in the facility is strictly forbidden
The safety zone for snowcats is 25 meters, this means that you should never be closer than 25 meters to a snowcat
Alpine Common Rules
1. Responsiblity to avoid injury
Never ski in a manner that puts you or others at risk of injury.
2. Safe speed
Adapt speed and skiing technique to your skiing ability, terrain, snow conditions and traffic.
3. Ski in the right direction
When you are coming from above, you must give way to the skiers/boarders in front of you.
4. Keep distance when overtaking
Keep your distance when overtaking, so that the other skier/snowboarder has enough space. Skiing straight down the hill is strictly prohibited, except during organized training.
5. Set off carefully
Always check, both uphill and downhill, that the slopes are clear before you set off skiing/snowboarding.
6. Stopping in a slope
If you have to stop, do it in places where others can easily see and overtake you. If you fall, get out of the way as quickly as possible.
7. Walking in the slopes
The outer edges of the slopes must be used when walking, especially when the visibility is bad.
8. Comply with all signs, rules and instructions
Rules and instructions on the slopes are there for your well-being and that of others. Please follow them.
9. Help others
You must help others in the event of an accident.
If you are involved in an accident, you must give your name and address.
Our ski slopes have different difficulty levels. There is a color for each level of difficulty.
Green: Very easy