1. Plan every hike in the mountains carefully and make sure it is suitable for your physical condition and the time of year.
2. The weather can change quickly in the mountains, hence take always a warm sweater and windcheater with you.
3. Wear hiking boots and take enough food and drink with you.
4. Do not go alone. Let other people know where you are planning to hike and inform them when you arrive back.
5. Observe changes in the weather and turn back in case of doubtful weather.
6. Do not set foot on a glacier or leave the marked hiking paths without a mountain guide.
7. Walking on the ski slopes is forbidden.
8. Do not harm plants and animals.
9. Never walk straight through forests or across fields; always use existing roads and paths.
10. Be courteous to other hikers and pedestrians.
11. Always close gates and fences behind you.
These warning signs remind you of the CONSTANT DANGER in a river bed and on the banks of water channels below reservoirs and water containment areas.
Dogs are admitted under the following conditions:
- All dogs must be kept on a leash inside the village.
- Potentially dangerous dogs must be kept on a leash outside home and must wear a muzzle.
- Dogs are transported at no charge on the mountain lifts.