In order for everyone to be able to cycle in a fun and safe way, it is important that we show consideration for each other. Thank you for reading our safety regulations before venturing out into our trails.
1. All cycling takes place at your own risk
Choose cycle paths based on your own level and experience. It is only permitted to cycle in marked cycle paths.
2. Show consideration
Walkers and other road users can be seen on the cycle paths. Pay particular attention where joints join or cross each other.
3. Adjust the speed
Drive carefully over crests and through curves. Keep in mind that the characteristics of the substrate can change depending on the weather.
4. Do not stop unnecessarily
Do not stop where visibility is limited, for example behind crests, on curves and steeper slopes.
5. Show respect for nature
Thank you for not littering and showing respect for both animals and nature.
6. Follow signs and rules
It is the cyclist's responsibility to know the rules. Follow signs and directions for lift riding and cycling.
7. Helmet is mandatory
When you cycle on our trails, it is mandatory to wear a helmet. We recommend a full-face helmet and protective equipment such as back protectors, knee protectors and elbow protectors.
8. The lift pass is personal
You may not hand over the lift pass to someone else. When you cycle on our trails, it is mandatory to wear a helmet