We are ready to help! The mountain service in Beneck operates during the operation of the ski lifts and cable cars. The safety of skiers, snowboarders, children and adults is always in the first place.
Help contact Phone: +420 725 838 762
General emergency line HS: 1210
The Benecko mountain service station can be found at the upper station of the Kejnos cable car, in the direction of the HSK lift.
HS Krkonoše headquarters (Špindlerův Mlýn) Tel.: +420 602 448 338 (non-stop)
Don’t forget the ten, which helps prevent risks.
10 Pravidel FIS pro chování na sjezdových tratí
Consideration for other skiers – behave in such a way that your riding does not endanger or harm other skiers and snowboarders.
Mastering speed and manner of riding – keep reasonable distances and distances from other skiers and snowboarders. Adapt your driving speed to your skill, terrain, snow and weather conditions, and the density of traffic on the slopes.
Choosing a track – When overtaking, choose a track that will not endanger the skier or snowboarder in front of you.
Overtaking – You can overtake from above, below, right and left, but always with a distance that will give the skier or snowboarder in front of you enough space for all his movements.
Entry and Departure – Look up and down whenever you want to enter a downhill course and when stopping and restarting. Make sure there is no danger of collision.
Ascent and Descent – If you are descending the course on foot, you must always use the edge of the downhill course.
Stopping – Do not linger unnecessarily in narrow or confusing places on the downhill course. If you fall, try to leave such a place as quickly as possible.
Respecting signs – Respect and follow the markings and signaling on the track.
Behavior in case of accidents – If you see a skier or snowboarder who has fallen, you are obliged to give him first aid or call the mountain service.
Obligation to prove oneself – Whether you are a participant or a witness to an accident or injury, responsible or not, skier or snowboarder, you must always prove your personal data when asked.
You can read more important information on the website of the mountain service.