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Cookies – small, square-ish pieces of wood that have a rope fastened through a hole in the middle. Cookies are used to secure the bottom of an A Safety Net (bolt line) to the snow pack. Usually, the net crew leader installs cookies by drilling a hole into the snow pack with an ice auger. Inserting the cookie into the hole with the rope extending to the surface, and then securing the cookie in place by packing the hole with snow. The cookie’s rope is tied to the bolt line to prevent the racer from submerging under the A-net.

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