Sep 9, 2015

Volunteers sought for Saturday clean-up at Sleeping Giant

Volunteers are being asked to come and help tidy up the Sleeping Giant Ski Area on Saturday.

The clean-up effort is set to run from 9 a.m. to noon at Sleeping Giant Day Lodge (348 North Fork Highway).

Organizers say volunteers should bring a water bottle, sun screen, bear spray, work gloves and a rain jacket. Long pants and good shoes (ideally work boots) are suggested and coats could be needed.

Lunch will be provided and volunteers will get a sneak peek at the new zip line now under construction. (You can see a test run of one of the zip lines in the video below.)


More testing on the Zip Line by Casey Hill (aka: Crash Test Dummy) on Zip # 2. This goes across to the side of Bobby's Headwall. These tests are run to check on the stopping distance and line tension. #zipsg #skisg
Posted by Sleeping Giant Ski Area on Sunday, August 30, 2015

Volunteers are also being sought for a second clean-up effort scheduled for Oct. 3.

For more information, call 307-587-3125 or visit the Sleeping Giant Ski Area's Facebook page.

The ski hill, located in the Shoshone National Forest, is run by the Yellowstone Recreations Foundation, a non-profit organization that aims to provide affordable and educational winter recreation.

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