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The National Ski Patrol has recently helped establish an NSP Mountain Host Unit at the Camp 10 Ski Area. Our new volunteer unit has already added three members . The Mountain Hosts will function as primary assistants to our NSP Patrol functions and will be involved with other activities to enhance the winter fun experience for our guests. Cory, Eric, and Jade will participate in a 10 hour NSP first aid course in preparation for the coming season. If you would like more information on the Mountain Host program visit the National Ski Patrol website at NSP.org ....a great way to add to your winter experience while also becoming a key part of our volunteer group....as an extra nicety Mountain Hosts receive some pretty good perks through the National Ski Patrol organization ....contact us if you'd like more info. ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

The National Ski Patrol has recently helped establish an NSP Mountain Host Unit at the Camp 10 Ski Area. Our new volunteer  unit has already added three members . The Mountain Hosts will function as primary assistants to our NSP Patrol functions and will be involved with other activities to enhance the winter fun experience for our guests.  Cory, Eric, and Jade will participate in a 10 hour NSP first aid course in preparation for the coming season. If you would like more information on the Mountain Host program visit the National Ski Patrol website at NSP.org ....a great way to  add to your winter experience while also becoming a key part of our volunteer group....as an extra nicety Mountain Hosts receive some pretty good perks through the National Ski Patrol organization ....contact us if youd like more info.

 

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Can't wait to start helping again!!

First snowfall on Saturday - should we open ? Nah, after a little thought we decided that opening next weekend would be nice but the base would be a bit too thin. But its coming!!! Just finished the project on the large groomer, the small groomer is getting a new head light system so we can do more night time grooming, Blue T Bar Building gets another new corner footing, the Junior Racing Course just got another race start location for the Junior Race Program timing system, Lodge clean up well underway. ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

First snowfall on Saturday - should we open ? Nah, after a little thought we decided that opening next weekend would be nice but the base would be a bit too thin.  But its coming!!! Just finished the project on  the large groomer, the small groomer is getting a new head light system so we can do more night time grooming, Blue T Bar Building gets another new corner footing, the Junior Racing Course just got another race start location for the Junior Race Program timing system, Lodge clean up well underway.

 

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Awesome Great news Gren First Snowfall always gets you totally in the preparation for the upcoming season. Great Job with all of your new updates, I’m hoping this season is a fantastic season for you.

We saw you mowing the other day, what a chore.

That sounds awesome! We’re looking forward to the new season at camp 10. Do you have plans for doing a terrain park this year?

I think we’ve skied on less b4!

Doing bench checks of our Junior Racing Program electronic timing system. The system will be set up on "Snowdallion" now that we have expanded our snowmaking system to also cover that major run. Participants are grade school through high school. Youth must be able to turn and stop and be ble to ride the T Bar ski lift unassisted. Waivers will be required. We are also looking for helpers with some prior ski race and/or coaching experience. Parents/Youths interested in this program should contact us at camp10skiarea@yahoo.com ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

Doing bench checks of our Junior Racing Program electronic timing system.  The system will be set up on Snowdallion now that we have expanded our snowmaking system to also cover that major run. Participants are grade school through high school.  Youth must be able to turn and stop and be ble to ride the T Bar ski lift unassisted. Waivers will be required. We are also looking for helpers with some prior ski race and/or coaching experience.  Parents/Youths interested in this program should contact us at camp10skiarea@yahoo.com

After giving it much thought I've concluded that I am the best weather forecaster in the Northwoods. If you ever want a really accurate forecast on when its going to rain just check with us and see when we have a big outdoor project planned. Mowing headwalls is sorta life surfing down a really big wave🙃 ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

 

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Don’t forget a short video clip or 2 if someone is able to.

This is what it looks like when a whole big bunch of ski patrollers gather in one room......we (Mary, Jim, and Gren from the Camp 10 Ski Patrol) are participating in the Little Switzerland Ski Patrol Annual Refresher in Slinger Wisconsin this past Saturday. Looks like a big party, but whats a "Refresher" you might wonder ? Every year the National Ski Patrol designs a program to go over approximately 1/3 of the emergency first aid materials with hands on practice addressing, bleeding, fracture stabilization, shock, 02 administration, assisted breathing, femur splinting, impaled injuries and a whole host of items. Its a busy day and the "refresher" also includes an online mini refresher on other first aid topics that the patroller covers. Over the next two months all of the Camp 10 NSP Patrollers will be participating in refreshers that take place at a number of different places throughout Wisconsin and Michigan. Actually almost 30,000 ski patrollers throughout the United States will be participating in refresher covering the same refresher plan. Why is this done ? Its a hands on demonstration of skills for the purpose of helping us all sharpen up for the coming ski season. Hopefully we wont have to actually use those skills but we want to be as prepared as we can in the event they are needed. Ski Patrollers also do an annual review of advanced CPR skills. In addition to our Camp 10 NSP Ski Patrol we will be establishing a Camp 10 NSP Mountain Host Unit. Member's of the Mountain Host Unit will receive some first aid training so that they are in the position to be able to assist our patrollers if needed. Though their level of training is not as extensive it does meet OSHA and ANSI B77 standards. If you would be interested in further information regarding becoming part of the National Ski Patrol as either a Patroller or as a Mountain Host please contact us via Facebook Messenger or e mail at camp 10skiarea@yahoo.com. Wow its about 8 more weeks till snowmaking...did you purchase your season pass yet ? ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

This is what it looks like when a whole big bunch of ski patrollers gather in one room......we (Mary, Jim, and Gren from the Camp 10 Ski Patrol)  are participating in the Little Switzerland Ski Patrol Annual Refresher in Slinger Wisconsin this past Saturday. Looks like a big party, but whats a Refresher you might wonder ?   Every year the National Ski Patrol designs a program to go over approximately 1/3 of the emergency first aid materials with hands on practice addressing, bleeding, fracture stabilization, shock, 02 administration, assisted breathing, femur splinting, impaled injuries and a whole host of items. Its a busy day and the refresher also includes an online mini refresher on other first aid topics that the patroller  covers.    Over the next two months all of the Camp 10 NSP Patrollers will be participating in refreshers that take place at a number of different places throughout Wisconsin and Michigan. Actually almost 30,000 ski patrollers throughout the United States will be participating in refresher covering the same refresher plan.  Why is this done ?  Its a hands on demonstration of skills for the purpose of helping us all sharpen up for the coming ski season.  Hopefully we wont have to actually use those skills but we want to be as prepared as we can in the event they are needed.  Ski Patrollers also do an annual review of advanced CPR skills.  In addition to our Camp 10 NSP Ski Patrol we will  be establishing a Camp 10 NSP Mountain Host Unit. Members of the Mountain Host Unit  will receive some first aid training so that they are in the position to be able to assist our patrollers if needed. Though their level of training is not as extensive it does meet OSHA and ANSI B77 standards. If you would be interested in further information regarding becoming part of the National Ski Patrol as either a Patroller or as a Mountain Host please contact us via Facebook Messenger or e mail at camp 10skiarea@yahoo.com.  Wow its  about 8 more weeks till snowmaking...did you purchase your season pass yet ?

Some coaches think its the size of the hill others think its the size of the racers heart ....The winningest female racer in US racing Linsey Vonn got her start at Buck Hill in Minnesota and skied on their teams for several years. Buck Hill and Camp 10 Ski Area are similar and Buck Hill is part of our Pass Perks program. Got an inkling to try racing ? Take a look at the Camp 10 Ski Area Junior Racing Program this winter.

Buck Hill Ski & Snowboard Area
Kildow's Climb is now open!! Stay tuned for more updates on site showing Lindsey's ascent from young buck to international champion #BuckHill #OutsideYourself #MyBurnsville
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3 weeks ago

The Large Groomer gets a new intake manifold gasket which will eliminate a pesky bad oil leak......project involved dissembling quite a few things to make the fix but Roman from Driveable Performance did a great job. In the process we are also getting a couple of new hydraulic fittings. The ski slopes are now about 80% mowed with the rest being completed in about a week. Pre Season Lift maintenance underway with the open gear lubrication of the Bullwheel drive gears on the two T Bar ski Lifts and the Chairlift completed. Measurements taken and steel being lined up to add an additional tension sheave on our rope tow.....its starting to be busy time.......did you purchase your season pass yet...prices go up after Oct 1st. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

The Large Groomer gets a new intake manifold gasket which will eliminate a pesky bad oil leak......project involved dissembling quite a few things to make the fix but Roman from Driveable Performance did a great job. In the process we are also getting a couple of new hydraulic fittings.   The ski slopes are now about 80% mowed with the rest being completed in about a week.  Pre Season Lift maintenance underway with the open gear lubrication of the Bullwheel drive gears on the two T Bar ski Lifts and the Chairlift completed.  Measurements taken and steel being lined up to add an additional tension sheave on our rope tow.....its starting to be busy time.......did you purchase your season pass yet...prices go up after Oct 1st.

Summer Season Pass Sale ends October 1st ...act soon...two ways to buy....either download a season pass application from our web page camp10skiandsnowboard.com and mail it in with your check...or if your only access is via smart phone you'll still be able to look at the application at the web site determine which pass fits you and or your family then send us the info with your check and we'll get the application actually filled out on your first visit . We recently , reluctantly, made the decision to increase lift ticket prices-first time in eight years- but kept the same season pass prices. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

Our Ski Patrol recently held their winter schedule plan meeting and chair lift evacuation procedure review- Jason, Brad, Mary, Jim ,Lin, Pat, Barb, and Gren did the rough plan to see that ski patrollers will be at Camp 10 Ski Area every operating day of the 2019-20 Ski Season . It was a busy and fun night with the only distraction of eating supper outside as the ski lodge was full of smoke........you cant preheat the oven with a box of natchos stored in it...duh!! If you have an interest in becoming a Alpine Patroller or a member of our new NSP Mountain Host Unit you should contact us via messenger or e mail camp10skiarea@yahoo.com. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Our Ski Patrol recently held their winter schedule plan meeting and chair lift evacuation procedure review- Jason, Brad, Mary, Jim ,Lin, Pat, Barb, and Gren  did the rough plan to see that ski patrollers will be at Camp 10 Ski Area every operating day of the 2019-20 Ski Season . It was a busy and fun night with the only distraction of eating supper outside as the ski lodge was full of smoke........you cant preheat the oven with a box of natchos stored in it...duh!!  If you have an interest in becoming a Alpine Patroller or a member of our new NSP Mountain Host Unit you should contact us via messenger or e mail camp10skiarea@yahoo.com.

We're looking for a few great people to become part of our Mountain Host Program. Mountain Hosts assist the ski patrollers but do not have to go through quite as much skill development as a patroller nor put in as much time or scheduled time at the ski area. Whats the skill development provided ? Roughly a self pace 10 hour internet course on first responder first aid plus some hands on practical skiils development under the guidance of NSP Outdoor Emergency Care Instructors. Costs ? Yes, there is a $55 annual NSP membership and a $25 NSP course fee. But with those expenditures you receive a ton of valuable perks..Roughly 70 companies provide very substantial discounts on anything and everything that has to do with skiing or snowboarding: skiis, snowboards, boots,helmets,gloves, clothing, from many very top brand companies, substantial discounts on cars,theaters, lift tickets, and many vacation places such as Disneyworld, Universal Studios, etc etc plus National Ski Patrol Magazine and Ski Magazine free or included no charge subscriptions. Thats the NSP side....we at the ski area appreciate the help you'll be giving our ski patrollers so you'll also be enjoying some Camp 10 Ski Area Perks such as free skiing or snowboarding and cafeteria discounts. Send us a message via Facebook or e mail via camp10skiarea@yahoo.com and let us know if your interested. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

 

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Sounds interesting.....

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Its mowing time ! It takes about six full days to mow all of the ski slopes otherwise we end up trying to bury 3 to 4 feet tall weeds with snow as the picture shows the stuff does grow tall. The real fun is driving down the expert and headwall sections..its sorta get a good grip on the steering wheel, utter a short prayer and hang on...talk about thrill a minute ! Nineteen more days till season pass prices increase...plus we've updated the Pass Perks page of our web page ... ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Its mowing time !  It takes about six full days to mow all of the ski slopes otherwise we end up trying to bury 3 to 4 feet tall weeds with snow as the picture shows the stuff does grow tall. The real fun is driving down the expert and headwall sections..its sorta get a good grip on the steering wheel, utter a short prayer and hang on...talk about thrill a minute ! Nineteen more days till season pass prices increase...plus weve updated the Pass Perks page of our web page ...

 

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1953 Ford 8N....does a great job with the mower deck.

Hope you get to try out the special mower this fall. If you haven't asked yet, highly recommend, that run is easily accessible from your main lift!

I'm a farm kid and just have to know what kind of tractor that is! Looks a Ford or Ferguson

SUMMER SEASON PASS SALE ENDS IN THREE WEEKS......Break even on your season pass purchase after using it three days...plus if you take the photo id option you'll have access to our best collection of Pass Perks ever...this year we've signed up two new ski areas and another new fitness center. Go to our wep page camp10skiandsnowboard.com then click on the Pass Perks page...we've got an amazing group of participating ski areas, fitness centers, Dells Restaurants and we've been fortunate to keep growing the list each year. Do you know what the biggest advantage is to a season pass ? If your just in the mood to take a couple of runs you'll probably do it if you are a pass holder and if not well you can always play games on your phone BUT itn sure is more fun in the winter to get out in that air and have a blast with family or friends. After not increasing lift ticket prices for what seems like forever (probably the last 7 or 8 years) we've finally and reluctantly got to nudge the price up a bit and this of course makes your pass purchase an even smarter move. SUMMER SALE ENDS IN THREE WEEKS SO DO IT NOW. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

 

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Have you considered making it so people can pay online by filling out an online form and using paypal? I think you might get some more takers ;) just an idea!

You can do it! The new opportunity to play a very important role at the Camp 10 Ski Area as a Mountain Host. This program has been around for a while but its new to Camp 10 Ski Area. We will engage the Mountain Host members as key support for our NSP Patrollers...our Patrol of ten NSP Patrollers gets spread a little thin and having an extra hand on those thin coverage days would be an immense help. The Patrollers would handle any emergency situation but having some Mountain Hosts available to lend a hand, under the patrollers direction, would be much much appreciated. As a Mountain Host you will receive about 10 hours of first aid instruction (standard training for an NSP Patroller is about 100 hours). From there you'll have other opportunities depending on what you'd like to try and what your interests are. And all of this comes with some pretty nice benefits- free skiing/snowboarding, a whole list of special discounts through the National Ski Patrol, and a lot of flexibility......if you'd like to find out more send us an e mail via camp10skiarea@yahoo.com. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Another Step Closer to Reopening the West Side Blue T Bar Runs....accessing four more fantastic runs ....this project involves cutting out bad corner posts on the Blue T Bar drive terminal building. The rotted corner posts were causing the bulding to have a tilt which led to bad roof problems and water/ice freeze ups in the machinery. The posts now being replaced by concrete corner pads. ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

Another Step Closer to Reopening the West Side Blue T Bar Runs....accessing four more fantastic runs ....this project involves cutting out bad corner posts on the Blue T Bar drive terminal building. The rotted corner posts were causing the bulding to have a tilt which led to bad roof problems and water/ice freeze ups in the machinery. The posts now being replaced by concrete corner pads.

 

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That’s awesome

MSAA Convention Day 4: Enough of the convention your thinking...well this one is short and sweet- the first session of the morning was a good one to attend as it was a summary of the NSAA Downhill Bike Park Summit meeting. It proved to be a pretty good interchange of questions and ideas related to mountain biking at ski areas. A lot of info from this session will be helpful as Camp 10 Ski Area explores mountain biking possibilities. The final formal session of the confe rence was the GM/Senior Managers Roundtable meeting. These are always closed meetings where we get the opportunity to bring up any topic or problem areas in the ski area side of things....Im not going to share much here other than to tell you that all of the ski areas have basically the same challenges to deal with and the solutions sometimes get pretty creative....I came away with some good stuff.

From there it was a hope in the car a. nd a 15 mile drive up the road to Alpine Valley Ski Area and some more good discussions regarding snowmaking and ski lift operations. Snowtrack, a manufacturer of aftermarket chairlift retrofits, has just finished installing a brand new drive terminal on a relocated Hall Chair Lift. The new drive terminal typically runs around $600,000+. Yep kids thats right $600,000+ just for the drive terminal. Quite an impressive upgrade. We could do an upgrade like that if we sold a few more season passes. Well ok, a really really big bunch more. Keep having summer fun, our winter prep is already under way. Incidently, we took we took full advantage of the four days at the MSAA convention as this years location was only a 45 minute drive from home.
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