During the litter pick-up, a few lucky volunteers will be rewarded with great prizes. A season pass for the 2011/12 season, along with four pairs of day lift tickets, will be hidden on the mountain for volunteers to find.
Individuals or groups can register by emailing email@example.com. Business, community and social groups are encouraged to participate. LVSSR asks that groups specify the number of people in their party.
Volunteers should dress in hiking attire and be prepared for a day in the outdoors by bringing sunscreen, a hat, proper eyewear and footwear, as well as clothing appropriate for the day’s weather forecast. LVSSR will provide water for volunteers throughout the day. Upon arrival at the sign-in table in front of the Big Horn Café base lodge deck, volunteers will be provided garbage bags and gloves.
“This is a great opportunity to bring the local ski and board community together in the off-season and to meet others with shared interests,” says Curt Sheffield, LVSSR’s director of business affairs. One of those shared interests is the environment;
“What does not go unnoticed at LVSSR is how much our community of skiers and boarders value the steps we take with respect to our green initiative,”
About Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort
Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort (LVSSR) is located approximately one hour from downtown Las Vegas in the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest. Established in 1963, LVSSR offers guests access to 11 trails via three chair lifts and one surface lift. The area features LVSSR’s Ski & Snowboard School, Darkside Terrain Park, a freestyle terrain park for skiers and snowboarders, and off-slope amenities including The Sports Shop, The Big Horn Café and The Bristlecone Lounge. Powdr Corp., a leading mountain resort company, operates LVSSR in partnership with the USDA Forest Service under a special-use permit. Visitors may access LVSSR from the city via the Ski Vegas Ski Bus, a shuttle service operated with the support of the USDA Forest Service and operated by Triple J Tours (CPCN #2032). For more information, please visit www.skilasvegas.com.
About Powdr Corp.
Powdr Corp., based in Park City, Utah, owns and operates eight resorts, including Park City Mountain Resort; Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort in Las Vegas, Nev.; Killington Mountain Resort and Pico Resort in Killington, Vt.; Mt. Bachelor in Bend, Ore.; Boreal Resort and Soda Springs Resort, both at Donner Summit, Calif.; and Copper Mountain in Colorado.
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Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort (LVSSR), established in 1963, is located roughly 45-minutes from downtown Las Vegas and offers a total of 11 trails serviced by four lifts. For more information, please visit www.skilasvegas.com.