meet the team lucy winslow

Meet the Team: Lucy Winslow

Lucy Winslow is our Guest Services Manager and this isn’t her first rodeo. Lucy is back for her second year with Bluebird and she is excited to crush her coworkers on the staff lap! If you’ve ever sent a message to Bluebird from our website, the helpful and timely responses you receive are coming from Lucy! While not skiing or helping out guests, you can find Lucy snuggling with dogs or learning the banjo.

Title (Position):

Guest Services Manager 

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How many seasons have you worked at Bluebird?

This will be my second.

Why did you want to work for Bluebird?

Bluebird is a special place that fosters an amazing community and learning opportunities. Also, how amazing is it to get to tour everyday??

What are you most excited for this season?

I’m most excited to crush the competition on our Staff Lap.

Favorite skin track at Bluebird?

A peaceful jaunt up Lost in the Woodwards.

Favorite run at Bluebird?

Ruder’s Ridge on a pow day.

Outside of Bluebird, where else do you like to ski/ride?

Cameron Pass, Rabbit Ears Pass, Steamboat, and Jackson.

What’s your go-to après food or drink?

Hot toddies!

Even a gray day at Bluebird is a good day

When not skiing/splitboarding, what do you love to do?

I love soaking in hot springs, doing crossword puzzles, snuggling dogs, enjoying live music and struggling my way through learning the banjo.

Aside from Bluebird, what’s your favorite type of bird?

A burrowing owl. So cute.

Do you have an insider tip for guests visiting Bluebird for the first time?

Listen to your body! Drink your fluids! Enjoy the way up and the way down! Make friends! Wear sunscreen!

If you could be any magical or supernatural creature, what would you be and why?

If there were snow mermaids, I would be one of those – no explanation needed.

What is your favorite kind of burrito?

Anything with “Breakfast” in the name.

What piece of gear can’t you live without?

That’s a tough one! Probably my mountain bike.

What’s the best backcountry touring tip you’ve ever heard?

Be bold, start cold!

Lucy out for a bike ride