- The responsibility of each and every winter sports fan requires reasonable behaviour on the skiing and sled runs in order to neither put themselves nor others at risk.
- Above all, this means adjusting the speed to the area, visibility and snow conditions and particularly to your own skills so that you never lose control.
- Watching out for weaker skiers and slower sledders should be your top priority.
- The piste patrol team supervises, checks and secures only the marked and opened ski and sled runs during the operating hours of the respective lift. Last check at 4:30 pm.
- Do not ski in forests, as young trees and wild animals may come to grief. Sledding and walking on ski pistes is prohibited.
- Please observe the display panels and signs at the lift stations as well as in the greater area.
- Skiing and sledding accidents are subject to a report; assistance and identification are obligatory (also applies to witnesses).
- Registration offices for accidents are in all lift and Summit Stations. In the interest of the injured parties we ask you to properly specify the site of the accident.
First aid for skiing accidents
Around 60,000 skiing accidents occur on Austria's slopes every year.
Here you will find a guide to help you act quickly and correctly and provide first aid in the event of an emergency.