Junior Ski patrol
Would you like to help Hafjell's Ski Patrol look after the ski resort? Then we have an assignment for you!
The Junior Ski Patrol is Hafjell's own little helpers who keeps an eye on the ski resort. If you are part of the Junior Ski Patrol, you will help Hafjell to be a safe ski resort so that all our guests will have a good day skiing. The Junior Ski Patrol are our most important helpers and we hope to see a lot of you this winter with the cool Ski Patrol vest on.
What is the Junior Ski patrol?
Being a part of the Junior Ski Patrol you will learn our Ski Safety rules, borrow ski patrol equipment such as a vest, walkie-talkie and a first aid kit. You will make sure that the ski resort looks tidy and clean, and you will make sure that the ski resort is safe. The children are skiing at their own (read: parents) responsibility and can communicate with other junior ski patrollers, to meet up and check if every task is complete and update each other.
The uniform consists of a specially designed vest, a first aid kit and walkie-talkie.
• Takes place every Thursday and Sunday from week 1 to week 13, from 13:00-15:00. Meeting point: gondola disembarkation between 13:00-13:30.
• For all children up til 15 years who can ski by themselves.
• You must be a minimum 140 cmto join the activity without parents. This because you must be 140 cm or taller to take the chair lift alone. No height requirements if parents are present.
• The activity is free, but with a limited number of places. This applies on a first-come, first-served basis.
• Uniform, map and equipment are collected and delivered at the gondola disembarkation.
• The activity must provide an insight into safety and responsibility in the ski resort. The tasks only takes place on green and blue runs.
• All children wearing a ski patrol vest can get a free cocoa at Olympiatunet.
• Two criteria to be able to be a Junior Ski Patrol: The ski rules must be learned and a helmet must be worn.
• The activity takes place without the supervision of the Ski Patrol and takes place at your own risk.