Sandy Treat


Sandy Treat learned to ski on a trip to Lake Placid with his family when he was six, and became an integral part of the history of skiing in Colorado, long before he moved to the state, as a volunteer for the 10th Mountain Division. Treat trained with the 10th Division at Camp Hale and, as an experienced skier, also instructed his fellow troops; using his cross-country knowledge, Treat showed soldiers how to ski through trees with 90-pound packs on their backs. He moved to Colorado with his family in 1986 and became one of the most dominant male Master skiers of his class in the Rocky Mountain Region and a major part of the skiing community.
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