- Stick to the marked winter hiking trails in winter (purple signposts).
- Check the status of the trail before you set off too.
- In case of avalanche risk, check that the trail is open (information panels at the lift station).
- The weather can change quickly in the mountains, hence take always a warm sweater and a winter coat with you.
- Wear winter boots and take enough food and drink with you.
- Do not go alone. Let other people know where you are planning to hike and inform them when you arrive back.
- Observe changes in the weather and turn back in case of doubtful weather.
- Do not set foot on a glacier or leave the marked winter hiking paths without a mountain guide.
- Do not harm plants and animals.
- Never walk straight through forests or across fields; always use existing roads and paths.
- Be courteous to skiers, other hikers and pedestrians.
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