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Life as a Patroller

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Life as a Patroller

 

Want to join?

 

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I remember seeing this when Loveland posted it on Facebook- most of the video was shot there. 

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That`s pretty damn exciting!!! I started skiing this season and can`t wait to have the skills to volunteer as a ski patrol on my local ski area! Other than helping other skiers, the season passes and lift tickets have a very low price and they depend on getting help from the community to keep going!

 

But, I will have to wait a few more years to be able to join, still need to get much better than I`m right now!

 

Btw, nice video!

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Originally Posted by mfa81 View Post

That`s pretty damn exciting!!! I started skiing this season and can`t wait to have the skills to volunteer as a ski patrol on my local ski area! Other than helping other skiers, the season passes and lift tickets have a very low price and they depend on getting help from the community to keep going!

 

But, I will have to wait a few more years to be able to join, still need to get much better than I`m right now!

 

Btw, nice video!


Cool always good to have more people joint the ranks of NSP.

 

Let me know if you need help.  BTW You can always get the Outdoor Emergency Care (OEC) or EMT-B course certification out of the way now while you are working on your ski and ride skills.  If you join a local volunteer Fire Dept or Rescue Squad the EMT-B class is free.  Once you have the EMT- B class you would then need to challenge the OEC class.

 

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Cool always good to have more people joint the ranks of NSP.

 

 

 

 

Some might hope so .spit.gif

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I read or heard someone say last year that "Patrolling was the best gig on the mountain."

 

I became a Patroller this year and he was absolutely correct, best time I have had skiing.  YMMV

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