Together with the ski pass, you can purchase the Snowcare insurance, an insurance policy for injury and third party liability for skiing and snowboarding that can also be purchased for one day only.
- Respect for others
Do not put other people in danger.
- Control of speed
Keep an appropriate speed depending on your personal skiing ability and the general conditions of the slopes.
- Choice of direction and trajectories
Keep a course that possibly avoids the dangers of collisions with other skiers and always takes care of the others skiing trajectories.
- Overtaking and minimum space
When overtaking another skier, always keep a proper distance to avoid putting others in difficulty, without curving on the edge of the slopes.
Enter the ski run after checking every direction.
Avoid stops in areas with little visibility. All stops must be made along the edges of the piste.
- Climbing and descending on foot
Keep to the side of the piste.
- Respect signage
Respect and follow the signs and regulations on the slopes, as well as the use of helmets for children under 14.
- Assistance and identification
Anyone involved or witnessing an accident is required to provide assistance and identification.
On the resort map, the pistes are indicated with 3 different colors: black, red and blue. Each color corresponds to the difficulty of the piste. On the pistes you will also find colored signs with the name of the ski area, the name of the piste and its number. If you witness an accident, or are involved in one, you must give the rescuers the information shown on these signs.