RULES FOR SLEDGERS
All passengers using the toboggan runs must observe all user regulations and adhere to the instructions, directions and regulations issued by 3 Zinnen plc and its staff. In particular, passengers are subject to the following regulations and instructions:
- Respecting other sledgers: Watch out for other sledgers and avoid putting others at risk.
- Children under 10 years of age must be accompanied on the toboggan by an adult.
- Adapt speed to your skills and to the current weather and snow conditions. (There may be potholes and icy patches on the toboggan run in places. Please drive carefully.)
- Keep a minimum safe distance of 8 meters from any other sledger.
- The faster sledger must pay attention to the slower sledger.
- Mind the warning signs particularly near crossings with walkways and slopes.
- Overtake other sledgers only with clear view, safe distance and moderate speed.
- Stopping on the run is only allowed with clear view. In case of an accident, clear the track as fastas possible.
- It’s forbidden to sledge on ski slopes.
- It’s forbidden to sledge with head in front (skeleton).
- Pay particular attention when descending at night (only possible during official operating hours). The use of a headlamp is compulsory.
- Use the marked walkways to climb.
- Access to the toboggan run is strictly prohibited for pedestrians and skiers.
- Always pay attention to warning and information signs.
- In case of fall, hold the sledge, protect and assist the injured.
- Appropriate snow boots (no ski shoes) with good soles (also spikes) are necessary for safe descending.
- It is forbidden to ride down the toboggan run with plastic bobs, skibobs, “Pöckl” and similar.
- People under 18 years are obligated to wear helmets. For adults it’s recommended.