The skier must behave in such a way that no one else is endangered or harmed.
The skier must move in a controlled manner and modify his speed and the way he skates according to his abilities, the prevailing track, snow and weather conditions and the density of traffic.
The following skier must choose his course in such a way as not to jeopardize the skiers ahead..
The skier can overtake another skier to the right or left, provided he leaves enough space for the skier to skip over to make any inadvertent or intentional movement.
5.Entry, start and upward movement
A skier who enters a given route (slope) or hosts skiing after stopping or moving uphill must control his movement on the slope so as not to endanger himself or others.
6.Stop on slope
Unless absolutely necessary, the skier must avoid stopping at narrow lanes or at low visibility. After falling in such places, the skier must be removed from the track as soon as possible.
7. Rise and descent on foot
The skier going up or down the walk must be at the edge of the track.
8.Respect for signs and markings
The skier must respect all signs and markings.
In an accident it is the duty of every skier to help.
Every accident witness skier, whether responsible or not, must exchange address names and details after an accident with all involved.