The trails are not laid, prepared or checked, nor are they made secure against natural dangers such as avalanches and rock falls. Persons using the trails do so at their own risk. So as to ensure that you stay safe when using snow shoes, be aware of weather forecasts and up-to-date avalanche bulletins.
When out snowshoe hiking you are in the middle of the countryside and are hence also a part of nature. For this reason, please show consideration for the animals you meet: In the wintertime they have trouble finding food. If you get too close, they will flee in panic and in the process use up a lot of energy, which they would otherwise need to search for food. Please respect game and nature reserves, if possible pass through tracts of woodland on existing trails, avoid feeding grounds, and do not go hiking at dusk.
We recommend that you use the trails with expert guides.