Rules of Conduct and Safety Regulations
Any violation of the following Rules of Conduct by a member of the Kick 'n Gliders will be considered just cause for revocation of current and denial of future club membership privileges. These Rules of Conduct can be amended by a majority vote of the Executive Board.
- No member shall conduct himself in a disorderly manner.
- No member shall be delinquent in payment of yearly dues or trip monies.
- Use of controlled substances and abuse of alcohol are prohibited.
- No member shall act in a way to endanger theirself or others while involved in club activities.
- When skiing on club activities, each member will abide by the following Rules for Group Skiing:
- In the interest of safety in back-country situations we ski in groups, generally staying within sight of one another.
- Each skiing group has a leader who is in charge of the group. However, each skier is ultimately responsible for their own actions and safety.
- The leader has the right to refuse to accept a skier whose ability is not compatible with the rest of the group. However, after the leader has established a group, the leader must set a pace that accommodates the slowest members of the group.
- Minimum size of skiing groups is three skiers.
- The leader will stop periodically to count noses.
- If someone is unaccounted for, the leader will send two or three skiers back to check on them.
- If you must leave the group, inform the leader so he won't waste time looking for you. The leader may assign skiers to ski out with you or alter the itinerary to safely escort you out of the woods. Otherwise, stay on the agreed trip route.
- At trail junctions, each skier shall wait until the following skier arrives, so he can tell the following skier the proper trail to follow.
- If members of the group wish to ski at different speeds, the group may be broken up into smaller groups, each with its own leader.
- Do not ski ahead of the leader because he will not be able to inform you of changes in the itinerary and he may miss you when he stops to count noses.