for parents

So that your children can fully enjoy their lesson, we recommend:
  • You equip them with a helmet, mittens, sunglasses, sunscreen, tissues and a warm ski jacket
  • You label their skis
  • You don't stay around and wave at your child during lessons
  • You tell us if your child has health issues
  • You give them a helmet even though it is not compulsory
  • You let instructors change their group if needed 

10 good practice guidelines

  • Do not put others in danger
  • Adapt your speed and behaviour depending on the slope and the weather
  • Choose a trajectory that does not put the downstream skier in danger
  • Overtake another skier when you have sufficient space to do so
  • Be sure to know when it is safe to enter a slope (Exam on uphill and downhill)
  • In case you fall, quickly free the slope and always stay on the sides
  • Use the sides to go up or down by foot
  • Skiers need to respect the signs
  • Help each other when someone is unjured
  • If you witness or are part of an accident, communicate your identity