The Mountain Code of Conduct

For everyone’s safety, including yours, skiers must be respectful towards others and obey the Mountain Code of Conduct, as well as any other ski area rules, regulations and sanctions in effect.

The Golden Rule: Control

Number 1

Keep your speed in check, and always control your direction. Make sure you can stop and avoid any person or obstacle at all times.

Rule number 1 - ASSQ

Yield to Anyone Downhill of You

Number 2

Yield to persons downhill, and choose a course that ensures their safety.

Code de conduite - Règle 2 ASSQ

Free Up the Trail

Number 3

Only stop if you can be seen from above, and never obstruct the trail.

Code de conduite - Règle 3 ASSQ
At Intersections

Yield to Persons Uphill

Number 4

Yield to skiers and riders uphill of you when entering a trail, or at intersections.

Code de conduite - Règle 4 ASSQ

Help The Ski Patrol

Number 5

If you’re involved in or witness an accident, remain at the scene and identify yourself to a first-aider.

Code de conduite - Règle 5 ASSQ

No To Runaway Gear

Number 6

Always use and wear the appropriate device to prevent runaway equipment.

Code de conduite - Règle 6 ASSQ

No Drugs, No Alcohol

Number 7

Do not use the lifts or trails when under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

Code de conduite - Règle 7 ASSQ

Obey the Signs

Number 8

Obey all signs and warnings, and never venture off the trail or onto a closed trail.

Code de conduite - Règle 8 ASSQ

Be Careful On The Lifts

Number 9

Ask the lift attendant for help if you’re not familiar with how it operates. Obey all signs posted on lift towers.

Code de conduite - Règle 9 ASSQ

Be careful

Respect the code, it’s your responsibility!
The practice of winter sports involves inherent risks that you should be aware of. For an enriching and safe experience, you must always respect the Mountain Code of Conduct and be courteous to others. You ought to respect all other rules and signs pertaining to special activities marked out by Ski Saint-Bruno. *Any infraction to the Code of Conduct or any reprehensible behaviour can bring the definitive withdrawal of the privileges bestowed by your lift ticket or your season pass.