Salmo Ski Hill is accepting resumes for liftees, rental shop staff, ski and snowboard instructors for the 2017 season
Minimum age requirement is 16 years old.
Mail resumes and application forms to Box 204 Salmo V0G 1Z0 or email to email@example.com
Deadline for resumes is October 25, 2016
Applications are available at www.skisalmo.com
2017 SEASON PASS
EARLY BIRD RATES UNTIL OCTOBER 31st 2016
Western Financial Offices Salmo or Fruitvale
By Mail : PO Box 204 Salmo BC, V0G 1Z0
Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Application forms available online at www.skisalmo.com
There have been a few reports of a bear up at the ski hill. Single bear, no sow and cub reports. Here are a few tips for safely and respectfully recreating in bear country.
- Carry bear spray in a quickly accessible place and be sure it hasn’t expired.
- Make lots of noise. Sing, hoot and holler, talk a little louder than usual, especially when coming into open areas from the forest or around water where sounds and smells are muffled.
- Recreate in a group of three or more. You’ll make more noise and groups are more intimidating than individuals. Safety in numbers.
- Never wear headphones. Not even one side. If you really want music put your phone in your pocket. That’s more noise!
- The bears were there first. If you see one from a distance never approach. If you have a dog get it on a leash and either head back the way you came or move through the area quickly and calmly keeping a close watch on the bear. If you encounter a bear a little closer do not make any sudden or abrupt movements. Back away slowly and come back another day. If you encounter a bear at close range remain standing upright, back up slowly and speak to the bear in a calm voice. Do not turn your back and avoid direct eye contact.
- A bear may be scared off by a dog that chases it. The bear could also be annoyed, threatened or aggravated by the dog and follow it back to you or attack the dog. A bell on your dog provides extra noise. Do not encourage your dog to chase bears (or any wildlife).
- Let others know what you saw, when you saw it and where by posting on our Facebook page!
Stay safe and enjoy the trails.