First of all, make sure to stay inside, keep an eye on the avalanche bulletin and wait until the danger has passed. Avalanches can occur and strike very unexpectedly. Even a real pro gets into trouble if they venture off-slope unprepared. A snow avalanche is always faster than a human being, even if it involves a professional skier. If you still want to ski or snowboard off slope, make sure you have the necessary avalanche knowledge or be accompanied by an experienced guide, who knows the weather conditions and terrain like the back of their hand. Without the right equipment - avalanche transceiver, probe and shovel - you don’t stand a chance when the snow starts rolling. Above all, don't take any unnecessary risks: if the weather suddenly changes and you have limited visibility, choose the ski lift to descend to the valley again.