Ski rules developed bySLAO(Swedish Lift Operators Organisation) in Sweden and ALF(The Alpine National Association) in Norway apply at all SkiStar destinations. When you visit our ski resort, it is your responsibility to follow these rules.
If you visit our parks and arenas, special rules apply for your safety and the safety of others.
It is not permitted to drive a reindeer sleigh or similar within the ski area either during the day, the evening or at night. Riding a private scooter is forbidden within the facilities.
All skiing outside marked and prepared descents are considered to be off-piste, and is undertaken at your own risk. Observe the signs, markings and indicated avalanche danger. Everyone travelling in loose snow terrain should be knowledgeable about assessing avalanche danger.
Respect the indicated avalanche danger, and make sure that you have the required knowledge to keep outside of the marked areas and also to assess the danger of avalanches. In terrain with a slope of over 20-30 degrees, there is always a risk even if others have skied in the area.
Up-to-date avalanche danger information is available through MySkistar, which you can download to your smartphone. You can also ask the ski patrol for advice.
|Avalanche danger||Recommendation||Likelihood of avalanche||Size and extent|
|5: Very high||Avoid all avalanche terrain.||Avalanches triggered by skiers and spontaneous avalanches are certain to occur.||Large to very large avalanches in many areas.|
|4: Large||Very dangerous conditions. All presence in avalanche terrain is discouraged.||Avalanches triggered by skiers and spontaneous avalanches are likely to occur.||Large avalanches in many areas or very large avalanches in parts of the terrain.|
|3: Considerable||Dangerous conditions. Assess the snow cover and the terrain carefully. Be very careful when choosing where and how you travel.||It is likely that people trigger avalanches and spontaneous avalanches are possible.||Small avalanches in many areas, large avalanches in parts of the terrain, or very large avalanches in a few places.|
|2: Moderate||Dangerous conditions in parts of the terrain. Assess the snow cover and terrain carefully, identify and avoid the most dangerous passages.||It is possible for people to trigger avalanches but spontaneous avalanches are unlikely.||Small avalanches in parts of the terrain or very large avalanches in a few places.|
|1: Low||Conditions are generally safe. Be aware that the snow may be unstable in some places in the terrain.||Avalanches triggered by skiers and spontaneous avalanches are unlikely.||Small avalanches in some places or in extreme terrain.|