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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!
BEACON TRAINING PARK - NOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK WHENEVER LIFTS ARE IN OPERATION!
We have a Beacon Training Park between Rolling Thunder & Hoot Owl.
Join a Ski Patroller on Sat. Jan 28 from 10-11 am & then 1-2 pm to learn how to operate your beacon and quickly find a lost friend if burried in the snow. Again as part of Safety Month we'll also have a Ski Patroller helping train people on Beacon search.
Guests are encouraged to stop by the Ski Patrol Top Shack if they need assistance with either the Beacon Park or understanding the function of their Beacons.
VIDEO: Beacon Searching 101
VIDEO: Pinpointing in the Backcountry How To Probe
VIDEO: How To Shovel 101
Check out the SNOWMAN SAFETY SCENE at the summit.
We invite guests to take their photo with our Snowmen.
Then share them on Social media with #SkiLookoutPass #NSAASafetyMonth #LookoutSkiPatrol.
To be entered into our Safety Contest with cool prizes:
Email your 1 best CRASH SCENE PHOTO to: LookoutPatrol.Safety@Gmail.com to be entered. Along with your name and phone number. 1 Entry per person.
Photos must utilize the Ski Patrol Toboggan Safety scene at the top of Chiar 1 - located beside Ski Patrol. Contest starts January 7th and runs thru Jan. 28th. Prize winners will be contacted by email.
YOUR RESPONSIBILITY CODE
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