Rules of conduct

Rules of conduct

A PARK FOR ALL, ALL FOR THE PARK!
Please respect the park’s fragile environment. Follow the rules of a responsible hiker.
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

WILD ANIMALS
Do not capture or disturb them. Watch them from a distance so they won’t run away.
Do not photograph occupied bird’s nests or young unweaned mammals
Do not feed them
FLOWERS, MUSHROOMS, MINERALS
Do not pick or damage them
To remember your visit to the park, leave only footsteps, take only photos.  
CAMPING
Tents may be used only for overnight camping and only above 2500 meters a.s.l.
Campers and caravans can be used in authorized areas just outside the park
Remember not to wash dishes in spring waters or lakes and ponds
DOGS
Only leashed dogs may enter the park and only if walked along marked trails
If your dog runs off, notify the park immediately
FIRES
Never light fires in the open; it is very dangerous
RUBBISH
Do not leave any rubbish, even temporarily
Carry your rubbish out when you descend and leave collection service is available 
TRAILS-Hiking
Never go off the marked trails. Walking off the trails ruins the fragile sward and forest substrate
follow the usual paths also during the  winter, so as not to disturb animals who are struggling with cold and hunger
There are over 100 km of marked trails. by following them, the whole park may be visited without risk of getting lost 
TRANSPORTATION
Visit the Park by walking, skiing or snowshoeing
Motor vehicles, boats, hang gliders, paragliders or the like cannot be used
Mountain-bikes and saddle animals: only on authorized trails and always respecting those who are walking
ALL OFFENDERS WILL BE PUNISHED IN A COURT OF LAW