‘Traffic regulations’ for the mountain: that way you return safely to the valley!
All hikers, whose right shoulder is facing the mountain, take priority! Just kidding… it is not that strict on the mountain, nevertheless there are a few behaviour rules to consider. In principle the following applies: the fitter the hiker and the one having it easiest, makes room for the other hiker. With that, further factors for a decision are your own surefootedness and whether you have a head for heights. Naturally options for an evasion depend on the terrain and have to be safe. Only overtake someone, if it is possible without any danger. The rule is: if you are slower, then you allow the faster hiker to pass you unimpeded! Nevertheless, a hiking tour is not a race. Enjoy the panoramic scenery, take deep breaths and allow the clean and fresh mountain air to fill your lungs.
There is one clear rule on the mountain: pedestrians ALWAYS have priority! If you are cycling on the mountain and choose not to use the declared downhill-routes – please watch out for pedestrians and always yield to them!