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At Lookout Pass fellow riders use alpine, snowboard, telemark, cross country and
specialized ski equipment; such as "sit-skis" used by adaptive skiers.
Regardless of how you enjoy the slopes, always show courtesy to others!
Be aware that there are elements of risk in skiing that common sense
and personal awareness can help reduce.
We recommend wearing a helmet while skiing and snowboarding.
However, helmets have their limitations and are not the end all for safety.
Observe the code listed below and share the code with others!
JANUARY IS NATIONAL SAFETY AWARENESS MONTH!
Jan 1 thru 31 Kids Poster or Video Contests
Create & Share with us your Poster drawing & or Video & you're entered to win cool prizes.
Click on the Kids Poster link above and print off an 8.5 x 11" poster form outline and have fun coloring a safety message. Directions on how to participate in both the Poster & Video contests can be found at this link. How to Participate in Poster & Video Contest. This goes all month long.
Jan. 16th The focus is on: YOUR RESPONSIBILITY CODE & TERRAIN PARK SAFETY.
Stop by the table/tent set up beside Ski Patrol building at the summit 10a to 2p.
"Recite the Code" challenge - Pass the test & you are entered into a drawing for a NSP logo Hydro Flask.
Jan. 16th we also have a PHOTO SCAVENGER HUNT
Pick up a sheet and shoot photos of every safety awareness items listed and you are entered to win a NSP logo "You Fall - We Haul" Hydro Flask. Show your photos at the table, or email low res. photos to Matt@SkiLookout.com with Photo Scavenger Hunt in the Subject line.
Jan. 16th TERRAIN PARK SAFETY Dallyn our Terrain Park designer and TP Lead will be doing Terrain Park Safety tips in the Huckleberry Jam Terrain Park that day as well!
Check out the SNOWMAN SAFETY SCENE at the summit. We invite guests to take their photo with our Snowmen and in a simulated Toboggan Ride. Then share them on Social media with #SkiLookoutPass #NSAASafetyMonth
Jan. 23rd. Saturday there will be HELMET & LIFT SAFETY!
Stop by our 10x10 Tent - Next to our Success Lift which is Chair #4 and learn all the right reasons to wear a helmet. You only have one Brain - Keep it Safe!
Jan. 30th. Saturday we'll highlight TREE WELL & HOW TO SKI - RIDE IN THE TREES SAFELY presentations. We ask that you stop by the Ski Patrol Booth at the summit to learn how best to be safe when choosing to venture into the trees (in bounds and outside any ski area boundary).
They will cover - How to get yourself out of a Tree Well, and how to help others get out. What to carry to help your friends find you should you fall in...
Two Ski Patrol Presentations:
First starts at 10 am up by the Ski Patrol Top Shack - with the focus on in-bound skiing tree well safety. Will last about 15 min.
Second starts at 1 pm with the focus on out of bounds Skiing/Treewell Safety. Will last about 15+ min. with a Q&A to follow. Same location just outside the Ski Patrol Top Shack. Demonstrations at each presentation as well.
YOUR RESPONSIBILITY CODE
1. Always stay in control, and be able to stop or
2. People ahead of you have the right of way.
3. You must not stop where you obstruct a trail,
4. Whenever starting downhill or merging into a trail,
5. Always use devices to help prevent runaway equipment. Brakes on Skis, Leashes on Snowboards.
6. Observe all posted signs and warnings.
7. Prior to using any lift, you must have the knowledge and ability to load, ride and unload safely.
KNOW THE CODE. IT'S YOUR RESPONSIBILITY.
This is a partial list. Be safety conscious!
SLOPE SAFETY LINKS
Skiing and snowboarding off of the groomed runs in DEEP POWDER SNOW is a big