As sports people, we also have rights and duties when out in the open, but many seem to be unaware of them. We need to perceive forests more as what they really are; a habitat for animals and plants, and a restful environment for people to enjoy. If animals have cause to panic, they often run for their lives, making sudden high energy demands on them, which can often lead to death. We simply ask you to respect your limits (boundaries). Not only your own personal limits in terms of winter sports, but especially the boundaries that are important to observe when undertaking winter sports activities which have an impact on the habitats of the natural flora and fauna. The ski maps have various quiet zones marked on them as no-go areas. There are also corresponding signs on the mountains informing you of this.