▪ Mountain huts
This short article describes briefly what a mountain hut is.
▪ Mountain forests
These articles regulate the conditions under which a land has to be reserved for natural regeneration (“mise en défens”) in mountainous areas. They also provides that measures have to be taken to restore and reafforest mountainous lands when necessary.
▪ Mountain agriculture
This article recognises mountain agriculture as an activity of general interest. It provides that this type of agriculture has to be promoted and supported and considers its natural specificities.
This article provides that the fact to put a product on the market with the name "mountain" on it without having been given first an administrative authorization is a 3rd classe infraction (out of 5).
These articles from the regulation part give further details on the authorization and the products from mountainous areas.
These articles provide for instance what products can be granted the authorization and which are exempted from asking it.
This chapter regulates the construction of ski lifts and explains what authority is competent to give the authorization and what procedure has to be followed by the builders.
This section regulates the use of moving walkways and ski lifts in mountainous areas (construction, security, monitoring, etc.).
This article bans the use of snowmobiles for leisure purposes, except on special sites which are dedicated this activity.
▪ Ski areas
These articles regulate the spatial planning of ski areas.