• A correct self-assessment: hiking requires considerable physical resistance to exertion. Before setting off on a hike, it is good to plan everything very carefully and take care not to overestimate your own strength.
  • Planning: find out the degree of difficulty, length and altitude difference of the hike by consulting a hiking manual. Remember that in the mountains, the weather can change rapidly! Find out about weather conditions. We will be happy to help you during planning.
  • Equipment: a map of the trails, a windbreaker, sun cream and protection against the cold should not be missing from your rucksack. Don't make your rucksack too heavy and don't forget your mobile phone!
  • Suitable boots: the ideal boots are light, waterproof and have a non-slip sole. They must fit perfectly to ensure a secure stride.
  • Walk on marked trails: it is easy to get lost in the mountains. If you lose track, it is better to turn back.
  • Prevention is better than cure: accidents in the mountains are commonly caused by tiredness or walking too fast. Keep a constant speed and stop to take a few breaks. Not eating or drinking enough makes you tired and decreases concentration.
  • Nature conservation: take your rubbish with you, do not touch plants and avoid making unnecessary noise that annoys wild animals.

Via ferrata:

  • Careful planning: enquire about the degree of difficulty and length of the tour, as well as weather conditions and temperatures. Do not set off in uncertain weather.
  • Correct self-assessment: the tour should be appropriate to one's own abilities. Those who overestimate themselves could end up in dangerous situations.
  • Appropriate equipment: harness, via ferrata set and helmet are indispensable for any tour. Pay attention to the correct use of equipment and check your partner's equipment.
  • Check cables: in the mountains, hooks and ropes are subject to wear and tear. Pull the ropes firmly to check their tightness and do not climb on closed via ferrata routes.
  • Keep your distance when ascending and descending: only one person can be secured between two rope anchor points.
  • Agree: to avoid misunderstandings, inform others if you wish to overtake or if there is oncoming traffic.
  • Caution: it is important to prevent rockfalls by avoiding missteps on friable ground


  • Correct self-assessment: mountain biking requires considerable physical resistance to exertion. Respect your limits and avoid pressure. Start slowly: the length and effort on a tour must be gradual.
  • Planning: find out the degree of difficulty, length and altitude difference of the tour by consulting a biking guide. Remember that in the mountains, the weather can change quickly! Find out about the weather conditions. We will be happy to help you with your planning.
  • Bike-Check: before each tour, it is a good idea to check the tyre pressure, adjust the brakes and gears and check that all screws and nuts are tight. Every year you should have a complete bike check carried out by an expert.
  • Equipment: The helmet protects the head from serious injury and should be worn at all times, both uphill and downhill. The back protector protects the spine. Indispensable on every tour are: warm clothing, protection against rain and wind, gloves, sunglasses, repair kit, first aid kit, torch and mobile phone.
  • The correct speed: remember that unexpected obstacles may appear at any time. Your speed, therefore, must be appropriate for the different situations. Please also respect hikers, wildlife and grazing animals.