Guest Patrollers are welcome at SKI BRULE.
Qualified guest patrollers are always welcome. As a courtesy, please contact the Patrol Director at least two weeks in advance. The Patrol Director will verify status with the NSP.
Guest patrollers will present his/her current NSP, OEC, and CPR cards to the Crew Chief for the day. The information will be recorded in the sign in book located in the Guest Services/Bears Den. Please arrive at the Main Patrol Building (building to the left of rental) to meet with the Crew Chief.
Guest patrollers are expected to be on the hill by 8:45am ready to patrol, as well as assist with final sweep at hill closing. Please register and sign in at Guest Services/Bears Den before 9:00am. Guest patrollers in uniform and signed in by 9:00am will be issued a day ski pass for him/herself as well as receive a complimentary ticket voucher. The ticket vouchers are given out at 9:15am. The lift ticket voucher can be used immediately or saved for another day.
Guest patrollers, who arrive after 9:00am will be required to purchase their lift ticket.
Guest patrollers are expected to assist with injured guests.
Guest patrollers are expected to carry a radio.
Guest patrollers that sign on for a minimum of three consecutive midweek days (non-holiday) will receive the additional benefits described below:
A day ski pass for the patroller for each day patrolled
A complimentary lift ticket voucher for each day patrolled
Overnight lodging limited to the guest patroller(s) only (non-holiday)
The lodging is limited to two guest patrollers for adequate coverage
Patrollers receiving lodging benefits are expected to lodge together
If patrolling a night shift, the patroller will receive a complimentary evening meal at the Ski Brule Main Lodge, up to $10 in value.
Thank you for sharing your time and talents with the Ski Brule guests and patrollers.