Whether on foot, skiing, kayaking, canoeing, …
1. Plan your trip and let somebody know where you are. This can be a person who does not participate in the tour, or the local rescue service. Leave a map with the route you will follow.
2. Adjust the trip based on your ability and potential circumstances.
3. Note the weather reports, avalanche alerts, currents, wind direction. Get to know as much as possible!
4. Be prepared for storms and the cold; even on short trips.
5. Bring the necessary equipment to help yourself and others. To know more about what we all take on our tours (also 1 day tours), we invite you to our events.
6. Choose safe routes. Be aware of terrain where eg: earthquake hazards exist or where unstable ice is. Whether there are difficult rapids
7. Use a card and compass, and always know where you are! This is often forgotten. Even if you follow a designated route, always look at your map
8. Return if necessary. – There is no shame to return.
9. Save, if you have a longer trip unexpectedly than planned, your strength and look for a shelter.
10. If you have to walk, keep as calm as possible and do not make any hasty decisions