VolunteersWe need aid station help, finish line help, first aid, package pickup, photographers, and sweeps. Work is done in shifts. If volunteering, you receive a final spreadsheet with details about locations and times. The sign up form is below, or just send us an email.
Aid StationsSet up and manage aid stations.
Take dropped racers back to finish.
Monitor racers and track their time.
Some remote, some easy access.
Get creative with a theme!
Medical/First AidProvide first aid at aid stations.
Finish line first aid help.
Must be trained.
Hand out race packages.
PhotographersVarious course locations.
SweepsFollow racers or remove flagging or both.
Good way to see the course.
Volunteer GuideThe detailed Volunteer Guide for 2019 will be linked here.
Jobs and Times for 2019 Paradise Valley Route
|Heather||Fri 11 am||Fri 3 pm||Remote. Hike in 8 km. FULL|
|Blackwall Peak||Fri 12 noon||Fri 2 pm||Drive up to Blackwall Peak across from resort.|
|Sat 1:30 am||Sun 1 am||Drive up to Blackwall Peak across from resort. Shifts.|
|Nicomen Lake||Fri 2 pm||Sat 8 pm||Remote. Hike in. 22 km from Blackwall Peak. Shifts.|
|Cayuse Flats||Fri 4 pm||Fri 10:30 pm||Access from Hwy 3.|
|Sat 9:30 am||Sat 12 noon||Access from Hwy 3.|
|Cascade||Fri 4:30 pm||Fri midnight||Access from Hwy 3. Shifts.|
|Sat 7 am||Sat 10:30 am||Access from Hwy 3|
|Whitecloud||Fri 7 pm||Sat 6 am||Access from Hope, Hwy 5, Tulameen FSR. SUV or 4-wheel|
|Tulameen Camp||Fri 8 pm||Sat 2 pm||BCHBC Ride horse up from Cascade. FULL.|
|Dick's Cabin||Fri 9 pm||Sat 6 pm||Access from Hwy 3 near Princeton. SUV or 4-wheel drive|
|Frosty Mountain||Sat 3 am||Sun 5:30 am||Resort road toward Lightning Lake. Easy access. FULL|
|Tom's Bench||Sat 4 am||Sun 10 am||Hike in access from Lightning Lake. Short hike.|
|Strawberry Flats||Sat 5 am||Sun 6 am||Warming hut at Strawberry Flats parking lot. Easy access.|
|Marshall Spruce Bay Beach||Sat 5:15 am||Sun 5:30 am||Access from Spruce Bay Beach parking lot.|
|Take Down Remote||Sat noon||Sun or Mon noon||Heather Aid|
|Bonnevier||Fri 10 am||25 km||Follow racers to Blackwall Peak. Remove flagging ONLY on Bonnevier. FULL|
|Heather Aid to Cayuse||Fri noon||41 km||Hike 8 km to Heather Aid Stn on Bonnevier and wait for last racer. Follow last racer 33 km to Cayuse. Do NOT remove flagging.|
|Cascade to Dick's Cabin||Sat 9 am||33 km||Follow 50 milers.Remove flagging. Last racer through this cabin around 5:15 pm. Coordinate vehicle transfer with next sweeps. Optional extra 14 km out Whitecloud and back.|
|Dick's Cabin to Blackwall||Sat 5:30 pm||30 km||Follow racers down Nicomen Lake Trail and continue along Heather to Blackwall Peak Aid Stn. Remove flagging. Coordinate vehicle transfer with previous sweeps.|
|Blackwall Road||Sun 6 or 7 am||14.5 km||Remove flagging along Dry Ridge and down road. Need a vehicle for signs.|
|Frosty Mountain||Sun 6 or 7 am||24 km||Remove flagging over the mountain to Tom's Bench at Lightning Lake.|
|Lightning Lake Tom's Bench to Skyline||Sun 9:30 am||21 km||Start removing flagging just over Rainbow Bridge (to the right). Continue to remove on South Gibson to Strawberry Flats and Skyline to the finish.|
|Manning Park Resort||Thursday||9 am -3 pm||Tamarack Room|
|Manning Park Resort||Friday||2-7 pm||Tamarack Room|
Finish Line (Lightning Lake)
|Friday to Sunday||10 am||1 pm||Plan and coordinate finish line setup and take down.|
|Friday||10 am||noon||Tent setup|
|Saturday||10 am||10 pm||Timing, racer care, food preparation, gopher, shuttle driver.|
|Saturday overnight||10 pm||6 am||Timing, racer care, food preparation, gopher|
|Sunday morning||6 am||11 am||Timing, racer care, food preparation, gopher|
|11 am||1 pm||Clean up and take down|
Volunteer Sign-UpPlease complete this form or send us an email.
See the Volunteer Guide.
PerksFree camping at Headwaters Corral, unisex logoed t-shirt, and finish line food. Adoration from racers!
Radio Communication Essential QuickieHere are guidelines for using two-way radios.
|Absolutely everything about the race is wonderful. The volunteers are concerned about each of us and pamper us along the way. The supplies at all of the aid stations were over the top. The flagging was absolutely perfect!!! I never had a moment of confusion, which for me is saying much. The trails were absolutely stunning. Miles and miles of beautiful bouquets of flowers. I was in heaven and could not get the stupid smile off of my face. You and all of the volunteers love this place and it shows with all of the care that is given. This race is most certainly my all time favourite and I am looking forward to coming back next year with more friends to show off why I love this race so much.|