Joanne Grogan

wants to volunteer 2019-04-08 15:27:29 -0400

Mountain Safety

MtnSafetyCrew_490px.jpgThe Mountain Safety Team needs people with certified Ski Patrol experience, emergency responder & medical first aid training, avalanche safety & rescue skills, and certified mountain guide experience. You must know how to ski/board or climb really well and be familiar with Tuckerman Ravine and Mount Washington terrain. When you contact us, please list specific skills and certifications that you possess and we'll be in touch as soon as we can to firm up plans with you.


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wants to volunteer 2018-03-31 09:26:55 -0400

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

donated 2017-04-10 14:29:22 -0400

Help Support and Protect Tuckerman Ravine!

The Friends of Tuckerman Ravine (FOTR) is a member-based 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Your donations and contributions are tax-deductible and are critical to the success of our mission. Memberships fees are only part of our funding equation. We also count on generous donations and gifts above and beyond basic member dues to fulfill our mission. If your company offers a matching gift program, please consider asking your employer to become part of the Tuckerman Ravine family too!

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