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Posted on: November 19, 2018

Glide Your Way Into The Nordic Ambassador Program

Nordic Ambassador NewsFlash

Enjoy being outdoors, interacting with the public and skiing for free? The City of Steamboat Springs is looking for friendly, outgoing volunteers to greet Howelsen Hill Nordic trail users and inform them on the use of the facility as well as provide friendly tips and advice. All volunteer hours count towards a FREE 2018/2019 Howelsen Hill Nordic Pass.

Nordic Ambassadors work a series of one hour shifts (no more than four shifts per week) at their convenience and as their schedules allow. ADULTS are required to work a total of twelve hours and SENIORS (65 years of age and older) are required to work a total of eight hours to receive a free pass.

Nordic Ambassadors can either purchase a 2018/2019 Howelsen Hill Nordic Pass at the beginning of the season and be reimbursed for the pass upon completion of the required hours, or they can wait until completion to receive their complimentary pass.

If you are interested in becoming a Nordic Ambassador, and would like additional information regarding the program, please contact Tara Cusack at 970.871.7054 or email.

Owned and operated by the City of Steamboat Springs, Howelsen Hill is North America’s oldest operating ski area and its Nordic Center features 13 miles of Nordic, snowshoe and snow bike trails. 

-WeServeTheCity-

CONTACT:

Tara Cusack, Front Desk, Marketing & Events Specialist, 970.871.7054 or email

Emily Hines, Marketing & Special Events Coordinator, 970.871.7031 or email

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