1. Consideration for other skiers
Every skier must behave in such a way that he does not endanger or damage anyone else.
2. Control of speed and style of skiing
Every skier has to ride on sight. He must adapt his speed and style of skiing to his ability and to the terrain, snow and weather conditions as well as to the density of traffic.
3. Choice of lane
The skier coming from behind must choose his lane in such a way that he does not endanger skiers in front of him.
Overtaking is allowed from above or below, from right or left, but only at a distance that leaves enough room for the skier to make all his movements.
5. Running-in and running-in
Every skier who wants to enter a ski run or start again after a stop must make sure that he can do so up and down without endangering himself or others.
Every skier or snowboarder must avoid staying in a confined or unclear area of a run. A fallen skier must clear such a place as soon as possible.
7. Ascent and descent
A skier who climbs or descends on foot must use the edge of the slope.
8. Observing the signs
Every skier must respect the markings and signals.
Every skier is obliged to help in the event of an accident.
10. Obligation to show proof of identity
Every skier, whether witness or participant, whether responsible or not, must provide his personal details in the event of an accident.