Snowboard Instructor Needed to Teach Lessons at Meany Lodge

If you're interested in teaching snowboard lessons, consider volunteering as an instructor at Meany Lodge this season! Instructors are granted free lodge stays, access to the rope tow, and much more.
The Mountaineers The Mountaineers
January 17, 2019
Snowboard Instructor Needed to Teach Lessons at Meany Lodge

Are you a snowboarder? Do you like teaching? Do you like free lodge stays and street cred? Meany Lodge is looking for a Snowboard Instructor to lessons on specific weekends this year.

Meany Lodge is located at Stampede Pass, 10 miles east of Snoqualmie Pass. The Lodge boasts 32 runs accessed by a 450 ft. rope tow, whisking riding up the hill at 17mph! Ski and snowboard lessons are on Saturdays and Sundays in the mornings and afternoon. Group lessons and private lessons are one hour in length, with plenty of time for boarding in between.

The benefits of being an instructor at Meany include gaining more teaching experience among other supportive instructors, meeting other Mountaineers members, access to a number of ungroomed trails, and much more.

The date commitment is as follows:

  • January 26, 27
  • February 2, 3, 23, 24

If you’re interested teaching with us, please contact Patti Polinsky at She can provide more information and help you get plugged into the wonderful Meany community. In exchange for your time instructing, you receive free room and board and as much riding on the hill as you could ever want!  

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