We Need Trail Guides!

Hi Guys and Gals!

Being a Chaos Trail Guide is a big responsibility, but its a one that comes with lots of perks and of course braggin’ rights!

Contact us if you would like to earn your stripes in the elite ranks of Chaos Guides!

Just like everything else we do the standards are high. As a guide you are responsible for taking a group out and bringing them back. You are also responsible for making sure everyone has a big ol pile of fun!

In addition to that you will be required to learn all the different techniques that are standard and not standard operating procedure to recover vehicles and people from all situations, including landing a medevac chopper exactly where you want it. It’s a plus if you have Military, Law Enforcement, Fire, or EMS training however, anyone with the right attitude and aptitude is eligible for selection.

Membership has it’s privileges which include, free wheeling, offroad classes, and swag. You will also will get a significant discount to some of the other off-road parks in the area.

As a CHAOS Trail Guide you will be held to a higher standard and you will have the training to back you up. No matter what off-road park you are at people will know that if they need anything they can depend on you!

Every Chaos guide should attended multiple trail clearings and guide training sessions by now and should be ready for the upcoming mandatory guide certification event.

20 thoughts on “We Need Trail Guides!”

  1. Looking to find more out about guiding at chaos and what its all about. I have been attending bigdog events for about 5 years now and looking for more wheeling.

    1. I guess you have probably figured out more info on it by now. We have been trying to put out information on this site as fast as it becomes available. Doing lots of trail clearing at the park now. Looking forward to lots of awesome wheeling and racing in the next couple of months! Let me know if you have any questions, Maria.

      1. Hey Randy,
        Thank you for your interest, and willingness to help us out with trail guiding, we definitely need more guides. I will forward your info to Vance Middleton, we will let you know when the next guide training will take place. 🙂

  2. Hey just dropping a quick note I’m still interested in being a guide .i went to the 1st trail cleaning but unfourantly could make this one because I have a sick kid and am a single dad.btw your 101 welding class was awesome

    Thanks

    1. Hey Angel,
      Thank you for reaching out and your willing to help us with trail guiding, we are in the process of putting together another class very soon. guide classes are free, and we will teach you everything you need to know. I will send you an email when we schedule it. We definitely need more guides, so your help is appreciated. Let me know if you have any more questions. If you need to wait for a different class, let us know when you are coming back and we will see about setting something up then as well.
      Maria Whatley
      571.236.1204

    1. Hey Alan,
      Thank you for reaching out and your willing to help us with trail guiding, we are in the process of putting together another class very soon. guide classes are free, and we will teach you everything you need to know. I will send you an email when we schedule it. We definitely need more guides, so your help is appreciated. Let me know if you have any more questions.
      Maria Whatley
      571.236.1204

  3. Hey. Are you still recruiting guides? I’m interested in finding out more info, what’s the commitment?

    1. Hey Chuck,
      Thank you for reaching out and your willing to help us with trail guiding, we are in the process of putting together another class very soon. guide classes are free, and we will teach you everything you need to know. I will send you an email when we schedule it. As far as comitment, we do need you to actually show up at some of the events and guide. Guided rides usually only happen on Saturday mornings and afternoons, but you will have free admission to the park all weekend long. We definitely need more guides, so your help is appreciated. Let me know if you have any more questions.
      Maria Whatley
      571.236.1204

  4. Trail guide I love to learn the “ropes” I have the time just need to know how and when let me know.
    Thanks

    1. Hey Ray,
      Thank you for reaching out and your willing to help us with trail guiding, we are in the process of putting together another class very soon. guide classes are free, and we will teach you everything you need to know. I will send you an email when we schedule it. We definitely need more guides, so your help is appreciated. Let me know if you have any more questions.
      Maria Whatley
      571.236.1204

  5. Interested in becoming a trail guide. ex-military with a lot of free time, 35s a winch and f+r lockers. Let me know if I can assist. Thank you.

    1. Yes, we really appreciate you willing to help. We will have guide training in a few months, after the hunting season, whats the best way to reach you?

  6. I would love to help out and be a guide. I ride over @ Ritters hidden valley off Dillons run and I build and maintain the computers for Franks Small Engines in the center of Capon Bridge. Please let me know.

    Thx
    Steve

    1. Sweet, we really appreciate you willing to help. We will have guide training this winter after the hunting season, whats the best way to reach you Steve?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *