Terms of use Roland Arena | Roland Arena

Terms of use Roland Arena

Roland Arena, c/o Biathlon Arena Lenzerheide AG (hereinafter called Roland Arena)

1.   Use of facilities

The use of the entire arena (shooting range, roller ski track, cross-country ski track) is subject to a fee.
This use fee is included in the price of courses offered by Roland Arena for the duration of the course.

The facilities may only be used after prior notification and with the express permission of Roland Arena. Detailed information is available on the website, rolandarena.ch.

Users must be instructed by authorised Roland Arena staff. Without instruction, training activities are prohibited. Users must follow the directions and instructions given by the Roland Arena staff.

The control centre may only be accessed in the company of authorised Roland Arena staff.

The facilities and all equipment must be returned to Roland Arena properly and in perfect condition at the end of use. Damages, malfunctions and special incidents must be reported to Roland Arena immediately.

2.   Access by car and parking spaces

The access by car to the training facilities is prohibited. The public parking spaces, for which a fee is charged, must be used.

3.   Shooting range

It is prohibited to start shooting without a shooting supervisor present. The shooting supervisor is responsible for making sure that the safety rules are observed and rifles are handled safely. Additional regulations conform with the rules of the International Biathlon Union (IBU).

4.   Rifle and ammunition

Every athlete or guest must handle rifle and ammunition safely and responsibly when using the facilities.
They are responsible for their own rifle or the rifle they are using.
Only the following sports ammunition (lead bullets) may be used at the shooting range:

  • Calibre 177 / 4.5 mm for air rifles
  • Calibre 22 l.r. / 5.6 mm for small-bore rifles

The use of hunting and large calibre ammunition is prohibited.

Rifles on site must be stored in a closed and lockable rifle transport case. The handling of rifles inside
the Nordic House is subject to the house rules. Additional regulations conform with the rules of the International Biathlon Union (IBU).

5.   Roller ski track and cross-country ski track

Access to roller ski tracks is prohibited for pedestrians, cyclists and other vehicles. Use of the roller ski track is at the visitor’s own risk and is only permitted with a valid day or season pass. The track may only be used in the marked direction (arrows). Helmets are compulsory on the roller ski track. During breaks, skiers must leave the track. Pausing in curves and downhill sections is prohibited.

When the sweeper or track setter is on the track, the tracks will be closed. This will be indicated by appropriate signage in a clearly visible place.

6.   Option dates

The GTC of Roland Arena apply.

7.   Payment modalities

The amount owed can be paid in cash (CHF) or by Maestro, Visa, Diners or Mastercard upon departure unless otherwise stated.

8.   Cancellations and no-shows

Changes and cancellations of a booking must be communicated to Roland Arena in writing. The date on which the change or cancellation declaration is received by Roland Arena determines the amount of the fee to be charged.

In case of cancellations or changes of a booking, Roland Arena charges the following fees:

  • 29 to 14 days before arrival,  50% of the quoted price
  • 13 to 6 days before arrival,  80% of the quoted price
  • from 5 days before arrival or in case of no-show,  100% of the quoted price

9. Liability

Use of the facilities is at the visitor’s own risk. The user is responsible for insurance.
Violations of these terms of use can be punished with a training ban and a ban from the premises.
The terms of use of Roland Arena are exclusively subject to Swiss law. The place of jurisdiction is Vaz/Obervaz, Switzerland.

Lantsch/Lenz, 1 July 2021