City seeks Nordic ambassador volunteers for Howelsen Hill |

City seeks Nordic ambassador volunteers for Howelsen Hill

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — The city of Steamboat Springs is seeking 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 toward a free 2018-19 Howelsen Hill Nordic pass.

Nordic ambassadors work a series of one-hour shifts with no more than four shifts per week as their schedules allow. Adults are required to work a total of 12 hours and seniors, 65 and older, are required to work a total of eight hours to receive a free pass.

Nordic ambassadors can either purchase a 2018-19 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.

Those interested in becoming a Nordic ambassador should call Tara Cusack at 970-871-7054.

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