|Winter recreation can be enjoyed in many ways. At Anthony Lakes Mountain Resort you may see people using alpine, snowboard, telemark, cross country, or other specialized equipment such as that used by disabled or physically challenged individuals.|
|Regardless of how you decide to enjoy the slopes, always show courtesy to others and be aware that there are elements of risk that common sense and personal awareness can help reduce. Observe the code below and share with others the responsibility for a great winter experience.|
|This is a partial list. Be safety conscious.|
KNOW THE CODE. IT’S YOUR RESPONSIBILITY!
Freestyle Terrain Safety Initiative: A great video by NSAA and Burton about Terrain Safety.
Terrain Safety Video
Lids on Kids
Below is a link to a great resource for child safety.
JOIN THE ANTHONY LAKES SKI PATROL
The Anthony Lakes Ski Patrol is a group dedicated volunteers helping to ensure a safe environment and a quick response when injuries or emergencies occur. They have a long and respected history at Anthony Lakes Ski Area and invite participation in the volunteer organization. Please ask for information or view the application by emailing Amy Swiger at email@example.com and consider joining in this rewarding activity.
Why do People Join the Ski Patrol?
Help the skiing community – Give back to the community
Learn or sharpen First Aid skills
Join a great “Family” and a long tradition at the ski area
Get great benefits – Season Pass, discount on food, and more
Always have a large number of friends to ski with
Have your own areas on the mountain to eat/change/socialize
Lots of training classes available – Mountaineering, Avalanche, Advance First Aid & many more
Ask any patroller – FOR THE FUN & ADVENTURE!!!
It is a serious commitment – But well worth it!
IMPORTANT APPLICANT INFORMATION FOR 2015-2016 SEASON
The Anthony Lakes Ski Patrol (ALSP) accepts applications year-round. ALSP conducts a couple of ski-with-the-patrol days that will give you an excellent opportunity to spend a day with an experienced patroller and learn firsthand what the patrol does in its daily duties on any given weekend. These are conducted throughout the season PRIOR to your being enrolled in any formal training. Formal training begins with the Spring Outdoor Emergency Care course followed by On the Hill Ski and Toboggan instruction the following season. With very few exceptions, it is generally not possible to apply, be selected, be trained, and become a Patroller in the same season. A candidate will invest a full year in training and successfully pass all of the training disciplines before being selected and voted on to the patrol. The initial cost of training is approximately $260.00 along with some equipment that you will be responsible to purchase but once you have been voted onto the patrol as a member in good standing you will receive a family season pass.
A brief timeline outline of the process to join the Ski Patrol:
Current Ski Season ————————– Candidate applies and skis with the patrol
April through August ————————— Candidate attends and completes the OEC course
September/October ————————– Candidate attends the Annual Ski Patrol refreshers
Following Ski Season ———————— Candidate attends and completes On the Hill Training
March/April of following Ski Season —– Candidate is voted on the Patrol and becomes a Ski Patroller [This is about a 13 to 15 month process]
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you on the mountain!
Wallowa Avalanche Center
For more information about avalanche safety, visit the Wallowa Avalanche Center website.