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A career with VMG could easily be the most exciting decision you will ever make. After viewing the website, you certainly have a better idea of what we do for our clients. The reason we have been so successful in helping clubs is because we hire motivated and energetic consultants. Unfortunately, lately there are more gyms needing help than we have consultants to help them. We are very selective when it comes to new hires simply because we have a strong reputation in the industry and we need individuals with integrity to continue this success.

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New consultants will start their career with VMG conducting Full Campaigns. After you learn the industry, we can begin sending you on more consulting and training assignments. Typically a Full Campaign will last anywhere from 4-12 weeks. In the past year, our consultants have found themselves in Arizona, North Carolina, Texas, Colorado, Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio. Each day is different and exciting because you are constantly meeting and mingling with a variety of new people. Your job in most assignments will be to sell gym memberships. Through a variety of marketing strategies, you will drive potential members through the client’s door. Your personality and passion is what will sell the membership. That is why we seek only the most energetic and the most passionate consultants available. After each campaign, you can choose to take as many as 3 weeks off to be home. Of course if you’re especially hungry, you can get a new campaign started immediately…it’s up to you!

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Hiking up creek in Larch Valley

Hiking up creek in Larch Valley

At the recommendation of a hiker met along the trail, we left the Larch Valley trail and hiked cross country then up this lovely little cold clear creek, until we popped out above timberline.
These are the photographs taken on the third day of our road trip. It was the best day of weather and best day for hiking and photographing on the entire road trip.

Thursday (Day three of our road trip) was by far the best day of the entire road trip and we covered a lot of ground. Since I sleep 8 hours and it is dark close to 12 hours, I woke up very early Thursday morning in my backpacking tent at Mosquito Creek campground. Fortunately so did J.J. - - so we got an early morning start on the day.

First a quick trip up to the Peyto (Pee Toe) Lake overlook, where JJ hoped to catch some early morning light on the lake. We had the overlook to ourselves until one large tour bus after another unloaded one large load of loud whooping tourists after another, but the light was flat and the sky uncooperative. We took what “memory” shots we could then bailed out heading south the way we had come. We stopped at Hector Lake for some morning reflection photos on our way to Moraine Lake.

At Moraine Lake we took the best hike of the road trip, up to Larch Valley. We had excellent weather and the larch were at their peek in color. What a wonderful experience.

After the hike we returned to the highway and headed north up through the northern half of Banff and all the way to Jasper. We found the lighting interesting and enjoyed having Athabasca Falls to ourselves, so we didn’t roll into Jasper until after dark.

We lucked out and got excellent rooms for two nights at the Marmot Lodge in Jasper. JJ and I gave our best well rehearsed routine for an “old timers’, AARP members, lodging discount”, which the nice people at the lodge generously gave us. It was starting to rain by then and I was glad to have a room motel room with a bedroom, kitchen, and living room, where I could lay out all my wet camping gear from the previous night’s camp out at Mosquito Creek.

We would spend all day Friday roaming the area around Jasper, but by then the weather had turned and we would see nothing but rain and low clouds, most of the time we were in Jasper National Park.
Subalpine Larch “Tamarack” “Tamarack Pine”
[Larix lyallii]

A conifer that sheds its needles, making it a deciduous tree, an anomaly. They are a Larch, though many in the state of Washington call them “Tamarack pine”, even though they aren’t a pine tree.

Before the needles are shed each fall they turn as golden as an aspen or a cottonwood tree and since these particular larch grow at altitude (between 4,000 and 8,000 feet) their golden colors of fall mix, blend and compliment the high altitude fir and spruce.

We have lots of these larch in the Enchantment Lakes area of Eastern Washington. The larger Western and Eastern Larch survive and seem to benefit from forest fire activity. Eastern Larch (called Tamarack) was utilized by Native American, who used their slender, strong roots to sew together their bark canoes. The durable lumber from Tamarack is sought after and used in construction.

As we drove through the Canadian Rockies the Cottonwood lit up the river valleys with their fall color; then the aspen painted the slopes of the mountains and rimmed alpine lakes with gold; and way up high, running right to the very edges of timberline, you could catch the reflection of gold as the sun hit the upper peaks of the mountains. Our hike up from Moraine Lake to Larch Valley was the hi-lite of the road trip for me. The weather was perfect; ice lined the high mountain creeks; the rugged peaks above the Larch Valley, like Pinnacle Mountain and Mt. Temple. It is a five mile round trip hike on excellent trail. You will gain about 1,200’ on the hike from Moraine Lake up into the valley.

You can wander farther and take the zig zag route up to the saddle of Sentinel Pass. We took a stream route and ended up on the bench below the pass and a great panoramic view of Larch Valley and the high peaks above it.

Because this is prime country for grizzly sows and their cubs, you are required to hike in groups of four. We teamed with up with an endless stream of “hiking partners” going both up and back down the trail. We saw several hikers ignoring the rule but most, like us, tried to team up and keep the four person groupings intact (though not always practical).

We were so fortunate to hit this hike on a day with sunshine. When the sunlight hit the patches of Larch they seemed bright enough to force sunglasses. They were mostly the brightest of yellow in color but many had a few needles of chartreuse, which added an artistic “painted by hand” look to their appearance.
NOTE: These larch do not grow north of Lake Hector. They have a very restricted range of growth in the Canadian Rockies.

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