Safety on the snowparks

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IN A SNOWPARK, YOU SET THE LIMITS ACCORDING TO YOUR LEVEL. BEFORE YOU START USING THE SNOWPARK, BECOME FAMILIAR WITH THE INSTALLATIONS

Inside the snowpark

• Respect the signposting. All snowparks have basic rules and regulations for use with which you should be familiar to guarantee your safety and that of others.

• Respect the advice given by the staff responsible for the snowpark.

• Use an adapted helmet and protection, such as on your wrists and back, to prevent possible injuries in the case of a collision or fall.

• Respect other users. Wait your turn and keep a safe distance. The modules are for use by a single person

• Make sure that the landing area is free before each jump.

• Respect the stopping points.

• If you fall, get out of the landing area as quickly as possible.

• Choose your itinerary and obstacles according to your level.

Being in a good physical condition is important to avoid accidents. Before going into action, warm up by doing some basic jumps.

 

Snowparks are reserved for practising freestyle, a technique which requires you to use specific freestyle material, whether for snowboarding or skiing. For safety reasons, Snowblade and Big Foot type skis are not allowed in the snowpark.

Levels of difficulty:

The markers indicate the level of difficulty, the name of the slope and show you where you are.

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MIDDLE
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HARD
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VERY HARD