You will see Hal Nummi working with the maintenance team clearing brush, grooming trails, repairing equipment or whatever he is asked to do. Hal and his family have been using the trails at Allison Chinook for over 40 years and in 2009 relocated to reside in the beautiful Crowsnest Pass. Hal retired in 2017 saying it was time give back to the community and now really appreciates the camaraderie of working with other volunteers.
Dave Whitten moved to Crowsnest Pass from Edmonton in 2008. Deb and Dave both joined the ski club board and helped put on the XC ski races for the 2009 Alberta Masters Games.
Dave particularly enjoys designing, building, modifying, and repairing grooming equipment, such as the controls that allow the tracksettters to be adjusted from inside the cabs of the new mini-trucks.
Dave manages the infrared traffic counters on the trail system and analyses the data so that the club can demonstrate to funding organizations that the trails get a lot of use.
Dave also enjoys snowshoeing and fatbiking on narrow primitive trails and has established several of the new trails for these activities.