Behave in a way so as to not injure or put anybody at risk. Do not walk in the cross-country tracks on foot. If you need to walk along the trail, do not tread onto the tracks. On the marked circuits and designated standard trails, heed the marking and only move in the prescribed direction. Follow all instructions of the track operator. On two-track trails, you can use either of the tracks. You can pass others from the left or right, either in the free track or beside the track. The skier who is being passed should vacate their track upon request. If you are passing or being passed, hold your poles close to your body. When going downhill, adjust your style to the conditions, your abilities, the state of the track, visibility and the traffic on the trail. Maintain a safe distance behind the skier in front of you. When you encounter a skier coming from the other direction, pass each other on the right side. On trails with one track, the descending skier has right of way. The ascending skier should vacate the track. If you must stop, step out of the track. If you fall, try to vacate the track immediately.