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What to wear?

If you’re a slope newbie, or someone who hasn’t been out for a while, you might be wondering what to wear for an upcoming ski or snowboard session at the local resort.

Conduct in the Slopes

There are elements of risk that common sense and personal awareness can help reduce. Regardeless of how you decide to use the slopes, always show courtesy with others. Please adhere to the code listed below and share with others the responsability for a save outdoor experience.The Responsibility Code provides the basic rules of conduct and must be followed by all using the terrain:

1. Always stay in control. You must be able to stop, or avoid other people or objects.


2. People ahead of you have the right-of-way. It is your responsibility to avoid them.


3. Do not stop where you obstruct a trail, or are not visible from above.


4. Before starting downhill or merging onto a trail, look uphill and yield to others.


5. If you are involved in or witness a collision/accident you must remain at the scene and identify yourself to the Ski Patrol.

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6. Always use proper devices to help prevent runaway equipment.


7. Observe and obey all posted signs and warnings.


8. Keep off closed trails and obey area closures.


9. You must not use lifts or terrain if your ability is impaired through the use of alcohol or drugs.


10. You must have sufficient physical dexterity, ability, and knowledge to safely load, ride, and unload lifts. If in doubt, ask the lift attendant.

Protection from UVs

The endless white mountaintops and the feelings of weightlessness on the slopes would almost make you forget that protecting yourself from the sun is essential in the mountains. Indeed, snow and high altitudes are unparalleled in increasing the power of ultraviolet rays.

UVA and UVB from the sun are even more dangerous in the mountains than beside the sea. Why? Because at high altitudes, the atmosphere is thinner and filters less sunlight. Moreover, the reverberation effect of the sun off the snow is much higher than it is off the sand, even in cloudy conditions. Reverberation can reach up to 80% off fresh snow, against only 10% off sand or 30% off the surface of the ocean. Besides, low temperatures tend to be deceiving, making you think that sunburn is not possible. The reality is otherwise, which is why it is so important to choose high SPF products.

Protective Gear

While we all absolutely love skiing and snowboarding, we can’t ignore the fact that, like most sports, they do come with a certain amount of risk. It is true that helmets have become much more commonplace in recent years, with many countries making it illegal for those under 16 to ski without a helmet. However, there is a wealth of other protection for skiing out there that people often do not consider like back protection, jacket all-round body protection, wrist protection, padded shorts, knee/shin/elbow pads, all these protective equipments save every winter season millions of serious injuries happen.