Have you booked a group home in Kirchberg and Brixental for the winter sport? Please note the following: The international Ski Federation (FIS) has drawn up the following 10 official FIS rules of conduct. The rules aim to prevent accidents on the slopes. They are rules that apply to all those involved in winter sports. These rules are not legal, but if they are not adhered to, they can still be punished.
1: Consideration for others
Skiers and snowboarders must constantly behave in a manner, which can neither endanger or injure others.
2: Control of speed and style
Skiers and snowboarders must adjust their speed and style to their abilities, the terrain and the weather conditions.
3: Choice of line
Skiers and snowboarders coming from behind must select a line, which does not endanger those in front.
Overtaking is allowed from above or below and from right or left, but must always be at a distance which allows full freedom of movement to the person being overtaken.
5: Obligations of the lower or traversing skier or snowboarder
Those skiers or snowboarders wishing to enter the run, or cross the slope, must ensure that this is possible without endangering themselves or others, by checking both above and below. The same applies after every stop.
6: Stopping on the slopes
Skiers and snowboarders must avoid non-emergency stops at narrow or blind spots on a run. Fallers must clear such spots as quickly as possible.
Ascending skiers and snowboarders must keep to the edge of the run and leave in bad visibility. The same applies to those ascending on foot.
8: Observing the signs
Skiers and snowboarders must observe the markings and signs on the slopes.
9: Behaviour in case of accidents
All skiers and snowboarders are obliged to help in the case of an accident.
10: Obligatory identification in the case of accidents/Accident reporting
All persons, whether witnesses or those involved, whether responsible or not, must identify themselves in the case of an accident.