SKI is a sport that also has its injuries..like any other sport either at the competitive level or at the leisure level. It is dangerous? Yes, it can be dangerous if the proper measures are not taken. But it is not dangerous if one starts right and “respects” one’s abilities. But what is it that increases the statistics of injuries in SKI and in snow sports in general? It is ignorance..It is ignorance that these sports are essentially a means of transportation..No one takes a car to go out on the boulevard without knowing how to drive..does not do it because he knows what will happen if he does it..In SKI but most people think that they will rent the sandals, without knowing how to command them, and they will take a lift by chance without knowing which track they will be on..and when they are there..then the adventure begins (!) for them too themselves and for those who find themselves on their way .. We have all more or less had someone ask us “buddy, now how do we get off here ??” What we must advise them in this case is to take the sandals in hand and take the lift to the schools, after we have first notified a pister. The role of SKI schools is very important for creating healthy skiing. They will safely introduce any budding skier to the sport and “keep” him in the sport as he will not bother to discover the wheel on his own, at best, if he has not had an accident in the meantime but will also protect themselves from the danger of a novice self-taught other SKIers. In our school, we make this even easier for beginners, young and old, starting the lesson simply and economically from the city! Yes, in SNOWPORT SKI LAB one can learn the basics of SKI before starting for the mountain so that he can prepare properly and enjoy the mountain as much as possible! Saves time, money, fun and security! See https://www.snowport.gr/the-ski-lab/ Once you are properly trained and can now enjoy the mountain on your own without hugging the trees or breaking your legs, other important points to watch out for to avoid accidents out of nowhere are the -adjustment in the binding of your SKI. The adjustment is made according to your level and your weight. The more novice you are, the SKI should come off the boot easily. -understanding FIS RULES -In case of fog, always have visual contact with the lift pillars. Do not avoid the fog. Train in it to know how to deal with it as in the mountain the weather can have frequent changes -recognize the condition of the snow, soil, in order to adjust your technique accordingly -do not go off track if you have not been taught to do it and you do not know the peculiarities of the mountain you are in -the more advanced you are the more you have to take care of your physical condition as you receive increased charges -and of course we always wear a helmet! Somehow with your eyes 14 you will always enjoy your descents safely!