10 rules of general behavior on ski trails
- Each skier is obliged to act in such a way as not to endanger and not hurt another.
- The skier must adapt his speed and way of skiing to his knowledge and skills, as well as weather and other conditions on the ground.
- The skier coming from behind must select the direction not to endanger those who descend in front of him.
- The passage is permitted from the top and the bottom, from the left and to the right, but the distance at a distance which is left to the one who is rounded leaves enough space for movement.
- The skier who turns on a downhill track or intends to cross the ski track crosswise, must look up and down to make sure that he will not endanger himself or herself. The same is true for every backlog.
- Without a particular need, the skier must not lag behind in the narrow and unpainted parts of the track. If it falls, it needs to be removed as quickly as possible.
- The skier can climb only on the side, the edge of the track. If the visibility is bad, they must take it off the line. The same applies to skiers descending by foot.
- Respect for traffic signs is the responsibility of every skier on ski trails. Yellow marks indicate danger. Signs that mark the track themselves are blue, red or black, depending on whether it’s light, medium heavy or heavy.
- In the event that a skier hurts on the track, those who are caught near them are obliged to immediately help him and inform the rescue service.
- Anyone who is a witness or a participant in an accident, regardless of whether he has provoked him or not, is obliged, at the request of the competent authority, to show his identity card or the appropriate identification document.