I need a little help!
After the Directors of our Ski Resort seen this YouTube movie (http://freeskier.com/videos/why-its-a-good-idea-to-remove-your-backpack-before-riding-the-chairlift) they have decided after years and year of wearing our packs in the chairs that we now must remove our packs to take a ride up the mountain.
Their goal is to completely not allow people to wear the packs on their back while in the chair, customers and staff.
Being that a majority of American resorts already have this rule in effect I need your maximum input to be able to go back to discussion with the directors with ideas!
Now our problem we are foreseeing...
- How do you guys take a toboggan up in the chair lift if you have your pack in your hands?
- How do you transport simple tools: Bamboos, signs, drills etc...?
What are the solutions used at your resorts?
What is tolerated? Completely remove pack or only one shoulder strap?
When Patrol goes up in a Quad (4) chair and all patrollers remove their packs are you 3 in the chair?
Thank you in advance for any constructive help!