The helmet is required for all boys under 14 years, but it is also recommended for older boys!!
Every skier must behave in such a way to avoid endangering others or causing damage.
Every skier must travel at a speed within his/her range of ability and take into account the general conditions of the ski runs and weather.
Skiers uphill must choose a route that avoids collisions with skiers downhill.
Skiers must pay attention to the directions taken by others, also based on the equipment they are using (snowboard, telemark, fun carving, etc.)
You can overtake another skier above or below, on the right or on the left, but always at a safe distance so that the other skier can make his/her maneuvers.
Skiers must always leave sufficient space to allow others to overtake them and also avoid making abrupt changes in direction that can mislead the skiers behind them.
When a skier enters a ski run or crosses a marked slope, he/she must first carefully look uphill and downhill to avoid endangering himself/herself and others. He/she must also do this after every stop.
The skier must avoid stopping, unless absolutely necessary, in areas that
In case of urgent need, the skier climbing or descending on foot must keep to the side of the run and move out of the way if visibility is poor
All skiers must respect the signs on the runs and slow down.
In the event of an accident, all skiers must stop and provide assistance, calling the First aid and indicating the site of the accident.
Anyone involved in or witness to an accident must give their personal info to the First aid arriving on the accident scene.
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