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Trail Crew Volunteers

Trail Volunteer sawingOngoing teams of volunteers are needed to help maintain our existing trail network. FOTR's focus is on maintenance and support of the John Sherburne ski trail and the Gulf of Slides ski trail. We'd love to have a limited number of qualified members sign up to become trail crew chiefs with an ability to maintain your own team of 6-12 trail crew volunteers that you can rally and motivate to participate on scheduled trail days. Trail crew chiefs should have skills in forest/woodlot management, be trained in proper use of tools like chain saws and pruning saws, and be experienced in trail construction techniques.

The work schedule for trail maintenance activities will be posted on the FOTR website and Facebook page on an annual basis. In the meantime, please help us by volunteering and/or making a thoughtful contribution. We are creating and maintaining a directory listing of trail crew volunteers who sign up to work trail crew projects so that you can coordinate with others and to see who else is helping out.

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Race Timing

The Race Timing Team is headed up by Tom Kendall, professional race timer at Bart Race Service. Race timing volunteers and staff will work with Tom and his team to record racers from start to finish and as they pass through each transition point of the pentathlon. Volunteers are expected to be able to meet at 5:30 am sharp at the Inferno race start location and those working on the mountain must be able to get themselves up to the hike-to-ski transition point in Tuckerman Ravine well before any racers are on that section of the course.

At least one volunteer is needed at each transition point. A volunteer must be able to collect all of the timing devices once the last racer passes through a transition point, and then deliver that equipment to the main timing vehicle typically located at Pinkham Notch. The race timer volunteer on the mountain at the ski start & finish must ski down with all timing gear promptly at the end of the race to get results logged at the race timing motorhome which will be located near the finish line in the Pinkham Notch parking lot. Volunteers should have a basic understanding of racing and race timing in general. A detail oriented person with good attitude and aptitude for post-race beer drinking will fit in nicely. Ken says you must know how to read and have enough fingers on both hands to hold a timing device and push buttons in the correct sequence! Dexterity with pencil and paper won't hurt either.


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Inferno Photography & Film Volunteers

The Tuckerman Inferno Pentathlon is a complex and challenging race to document. It consists of five athletic endurance events: an 8 mile run, a 6 mile paddle, an 18 mile bike ride, a 3 mile hike and a 3 mile ski (approximate distances). We are always looking for volunteers to help photograph and film the racers, volunteers and the banquet event including the prize winners - so if you are an amateur or professional photographer or videographer and want to contribute to our efforts in this regard please contact us and volunteer for the next Tuckerman Inferno.

Our Photography & Film Team is spearheaded by Dan Houde, who in addition to being a FOTR board member, also runs his own creative photography agency, Wiseguy Creative.


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River Safety

RiverSafetyGroup_490px.jpgThe Tuckerman Inferno River Safety Team is responsible for all aspects of river race course preparation, boater safety on the river and emergency response and river rescue. The Saco River is a wild river with unpredictable currents, fallen trees and boulders, and knowledge of river reading is recommended for race participants and volunteers. River safety volunteers will be stationed at various technical locations on the river to assist athletes who capsize.

The kayak-to-bike transition point is typically at the Glen Ellis Campground. Volunteers man this section of the course in boats and on land and will respond to any accidents or emergencies as needed with backup support provided by our partner agencies including the White Mountain Swiftwater Rescue Team (WMSRT). 

River Safety team members should have all their own paddling equipment and gear to participate. Please list specific skills and experience that you have when signing to volunteer. Thanks!


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Read the River Safety Notes and latest updates & news for river safety volunteers here