The Deschutes National Forest is seeking volunteers to help guide showshoe tours this winter. Volunteers will act as interpretive rangers at Mt. Bachelor from December through March.
Duties will include safely guiding up to 50 people on a one-mile snowshoe walk, helping visitors put on showshoes and occasionally removing snow from the trail.
Volunteers should have good communication skills, be willing to wear a Forest Service uniform and have the physical ability to snowshoe in varied conditions. Volunteers must also be able to commit to at least four snowshoe walks per month.
All training will be provided free of charge.
For more information, contact Karen Gentry at 541-383-4771 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
— Bulletin staff reports