Park Rules

The whole Absolut Park area is reserved for experienced snowboarders and skiers with suitable sports equipment. The principle of personal responsibility applies.

For beginners, there is the Jib Park, a Beginner/Medium Line and the Lil' Stash, all located within the Absolut Park. There you will find easy to ride boxes, rails and kickers.

Stopping and standing on and behind the ramps, in the landing zones and the pipe areas is very dangerous and therefore forbidden.

Following the instructions of the shapers and piste staff is imperative.

We accept no liability for accidents and material damage.

FIS slope rules

1. Respect for other skiers 
You are responsible for your own safety and that of other skiers and snow boarders. Be aware of people around you and take necessary action to avoid skiing dangerously or causing a hazard to yourself or others. 

2. Control of speed and manner of skiing 
Control your direction and speed of travel, taking account of the terrain, snow, weather and traffic conditions. 

3. Choice of path 
Select an appropriate path. If you are skiing behind someone it’s your responsibility to ski around them without causing any danger to them. 

4. Overtaking 
You can over-take from either left or right but you must leave enough distance between yourself and other skiers to allow them to manoeuvre properly. 

5. Joining and starting 
Before starting off or pulling out you must look up and down the slope and choose an appropriate moment to execute your manoeuvre, so as not to endanger yourself or other skiers. 

6. Stopping 
Avoid stopping at blind corners or narrow or enclosed places unless you have to i.e. you’re injured. In the case of an injury you must vacate the spot as soon as practicable, to avoid further danger (to yourself or others). You should always stop at the side of the slope. 

7. Ascending and descending 
You must always use the side of the slope to walk up or down, whether wearing skis or not. 

8. Observing the signs 
Pay attention to and follow the signs, markings and notices on the slope. 

9. Offering assistance 
You are obliged by law to offer help and assistance in the event of any accident. 

10. Duty to identify yourself 
You are also obliged by law to give your personal details in the event of an accident, whether you caused it, witnessed it or assisted at it.

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