Ski Apache Seeks Mountain Hosts
New Mexico ski resort is looking for volunteers
ALTO, N.M. (TBD)— Ski Apache is seeking individuals interested in volunteering as Yellow Vest Mountain Hosts this winter season. Mountain hosts donate their time by assisting the ski resort in areas such as speed control, guest services, and hot cocoa distribution. In exchange, Ski Apache provides benefits such as lift tickets, discounts, and other mountain perks.
“We are looking for people who love to ski or snowboard and enjoy giving back to the community,” said Justin Rowland, director of operations at Ski Apache. “Yellow Vest Mountain Hosts are an important part of the Ski Apache team as they help to keep our guests safe and informed.”
People with flexible schedules, who can ski or ride, and demonstrate a great attitude are encouraged to apply. Applicants should also note that they will be on their feet or skis for most of the day.
For more information, email Justin Huffmon at [email protected]
As the southern-most major continually operated ski area in the United States, Ski Apache’s dry, arid climate makes for optimal snow conditions for skiers and snowboarders of all levels to enjoy. Ski Apache features 55 trails served by 11 lifts, including New Mexico’s only eight-passenger gondola. Ski Apache is a subsidiary of the Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort and Casino, an economic enterprise of the Mescalero Apache Tribe. Inn of the Mountain Gods in New Mexico’s premier resort-casino destination situated high in the picturesque mountains of Mescalero, New Mexico. The Inn is set in the cool, tall pines of the Sacramento Mountains where visitors enjoy the clean, crisp air, breathtaking scenery, exciting entertainment and the best casino action in the Southwest. For more information or daily snow reports, call (575) 464-3600 or visit www.skiapache.com.