小径和滑雪设备形势

我们的胜地滑雪滑道的详细形势
  1. 尊敬别人

    每个人应该表现得很有教养,不危害别人和不会造成了的损害

  2. 快速和举止

    快速和适当的行为

  3. 方向

    每个人要保持了一样的方向, 避免碰撞。

  4. 超车

    这里没有禁止超车 (那里有空间和能见度), 在转弯处都可以。 与某人, 保持距离。

  5. 入口处和交叉

    以后一个休息,注意在交叉, 给于右边的车辆优先通行权。遵照医嘱。

  1. 休息

    禁止停在中间滑道。 你们可以停止在滑道边。万一掉落, 搬走在最短的时间内。

  2. 上坡

    上坡在滑道右边。

  3. 遵守信号

    尊守信号,必须为14岁以下的儿童头盔。

  4. 援助

    在发生事故时,每个人都必须提供帮助。

  5. 鉴定

    任何人使卷入在一个事故或是一个证人要帮助

缆车颜色

On the piste map, the pistes are indicated by 3 different colours. Each colour corresponds to the difficulty of the piste. Choose the correct piste for your ability. Signage on the pistes

Signage on the pistes

山缆车有不一样的颜色镶板。 每个缆车有一个名字和一个号码。 这本消息帮助你们。

Poles on the piste

球线缆车
双方有不一样的杆
每个杆有一个颜色。 它们的意思是困难的水平.山缆车有很多杆。 尊守信号!

National Law n° 363/2003

Helmets are compulsory for children under 14 years of age.

ARVA PARK

ARVA TRAINING CAMP AT PRE DE PASCAL
The area for training in the search for people trapped by avalanches is available at Pre De Pascal near to the moving carpet at the top of the Val Veny cable car. Easy to use the Avalanche Training Centre is new generation which allows you, before you go off piste, to test your ARVA and your speed in finding people lost in avalanches.
In the ARVA camp the searching for people buried under the snow is simulated (the people are represented by signs) and for this operation you will have a limited amount of time.
Thanks to boxes divided into compartments you can can choose the amount of people to search for and the amount of time you will have. With your ARVA positioned on “search” you will go on the field of snow the moment that the ARVA signals a victim, with the help of your probe you will prod the ground until you find the spot where the sign is buried (pretend victim). You will give three hits on the sign to confirm you have found it. Your box will emit a sound and you can continue to search for the other victims (the sound will stop for 16 seconds in order to begin another search) As you can see from the photographs the instrument is easy to use:

  • red, choose the number of victims (from 1-5)
  • yellow, choose the amount of time for the search
  • green, the button START/STOP allows you to begin and end the exercise

There is a panel on the ground which indicates the route to follow. It is recommended to equip yourselves with an ARVA and a probe, these will be a great help for rescue in the mountains.

ATTENTION, it is forbidden to use a spade to search for victims! Only the probe allows you to activate the sound sign.

PISTE RESCUE

For your security, the professionals of the sector are ready to help:

  • Piste patrollers
  • Italian red cross
  • Aosta Valley Mountain Rescue

PISTE PATROLLERS

Professionals as expected by the regional law 2/1997
Rescue experts on piste, the piste patrollers, check the signage of the piste for your on piste security. They are able to use explosives to permit a preventative avalanche for the security of the piste.
They are available to the client to give advice, weather information and the snow conditions.
Don’t hesitate to contact the rescue office.

PISTE PATROLLER USING EXPLOSIVES

Many are the duties carried out by the Piste Patrol, amongst which the manipulation and use of explosive for the detachment of unstable snowy masses, that could go on to impact on the safety of the ski area. All the qualified Piste Patrol have undertaken a specific course for the use of explosives and have been issued a licence. After every snowfall the PIDAV is put in action. Security regulations concerning the use of explosives with the aim of the artificial detachment of avalanches. In early morning, before the opening of the ski area to the public, the Piste Patrol goes up to Plan Checrouit with the Courmayeur cable car where, after a short briefing briefing they are given different tasks and roles so they are ready to operate. After taking the necessary amount of explosive, they position themselves in pre arranged points for the beginning of the operations to make the mountain safe. They often work in adverse weather conditions with snow, wind and poor visibility that can limit their actions. It is in these circumstances that the professionalism and seriousness of the Piste Patrol comes into play. It is a dangerous trade that needs the maximum attention and concentration, they must notice everything checking every single sign of danger that the mountain shows,. Even the smallest error runs the risk of compromising the safety of the team and the task of making the mountain safe. The artificial detachment with explosive therefore remains one of the tasks in which the Piste Patrol operates with a high professional risk.