Write down any suggestions that you have for the next Rosebud Run. Please include any changes that you would like to see made to this job description. This information should be given to the Volunteer Co-ordinator who would also like to know if you are willing to do the job again next year and who shadowed you this year.
Clean up all materials use to set up and mark the trail.
Thank you very much for your participation.
The trail consists of a 2-mile trail (Juniors, Novice Skijoring), 4-mile trail (4-dog, 4-Mile Skijoring), and 6-mile trail (6-dog). Refer to the trail map on the website for the exact trail route.
Trail markers must be placed often enough to identify the exact route of the trail.
All corners on the trail route must be marked.
Gates routing teams to and from the 2-mile/4-mile/6-mile trail must consist of sufficient equipment and material so the appropriate route is obvious to all teams.
Through the 2-way traffic area under the bridge, sufficient equipment and material must be used to separate the outgoing and incoming sides of the trail.
Start and Finish gates must be 100 feet long, 20 feet wide and lined with 48” snow fence.
Start gate must flare at the start line to prevent crowding by spectators.
Trail point markers must be placed on the trail according to the trail map on the website.
Each year the trail must be bladed to remove debris and bumps. All river crossings must receive special attention to ensure the removal of any bumps hazards and debris.
Each year the trail may require mowing. Mowing should be done wherever and whenever indicated by trail vegetation.
“Keep Out Sled Dog Trail” or “No Trespassing” signs should be placed in position early in December.
Spectator control rope or signage must be placed six feet from each side of the trail extending 250 yards beyond the start gate.
Spectator control rope or signage must be placed extending north and south from the west end of the finish gate.
Musher consultants should be consulted at all stages of trail development to ensure safety and race considerations are addressed.