본문 바로가기

Manners and Safety Regulations

Keep the basic manners and safety rules

relevant to the ski slope and always be ready to prevent an accident.
Sound skiing culture starts from concern and care and safety is a responsibility of all of us.

Inquiries Hi-EST 033-590-7119

Ski Resort

  • Only those wearing skis (boards) may enter the slope.
  • Choose the slopes that fit your level, and maintain order when riding the lift.
  • When skiing [boarding] down, you should always look forward and sideways for your safety, maintain a certain distance with other skiiers, and if collision is expected,
    you should either shout to warn others or fall down to avoid collision.
  • Center of slopes is a space for skiing or boarding down, so you should not walk up or give skiing [boarding] lessons.
  • You must not stop at the center of slopes where either the width is narrow or different slopes are joining with each other.
  • When taking a rest within the slopes, you must stay at the edge.
  • Tidy clothing is the best way to secure your safety.
  • You must be careful not to collide with others when moving or handling skis [boards].
  • You must personally return the equipment that you rented to the site where you rented them.

Ski Resort Safety Regulations

  • The best way to protect your body is to exercise for 30 minutes before skiing [boarding] and wear safety gear.
  • Great skiers adjust the binding to fit their skill level and weight, and inspect their gear regularly.
  • Beginners should acquire basic skills before going up the slopes, and use the slopes that best fit their skill level.
  • While using either a lift or gondola, excessive movements are the cause of falling or derailment, so you should refrain from doing such actions, and when either the lift or gondola stops without warning,
    you should act calmly according to our staff’s measures.
  • You should never take off your gear within the slopes.
  • Recklessly skiing [boarding] or straight descent within the slopes is an action that threatens not just other people but yourself as well.
  • Sudden stopping or resting within the slopes are the causes of accidents, and you should use the rest area within the slopes or the edges when taking a rest.
  • You should never use the closed slopes.
  • Skiing [Boarding] after drinking is an action that threatens the safety of others and yourself, so you must never commit such action.
  • Sufficient rest prevents accidents.
  • When using the ski resort, you should read the direction boards and signboards carefully before using the facilities, and observe the usage guide, announcements, and the directions by the ski patrols.
  • When an accident occurs or you witness an accident, you should report to the ski patrol standing nearby or situation room (033-590-7119) promptly,
    provide exact information, and actively cooperate to the follow-up measures.
  • The biggest principle to safe skiing is to yielding to others.