PULL BACK THE CURTAIN AND SEE WHAT THE SKI PATROL IS ALL ABOUT.
Do you want to do something different with your winters, feel good about helping people, and make a lot of friends while you’re doing it? Then join us on March 12 at Ski With the Patrol Day to learn more about the Ski Patrol, what a typical patroller’s day is like, and how you can become a volunteer member of this national organization.
The Canadian Ski Patrol (CSP) is looking for snowboarders, alpine and cross-country skiers interested in joining the patrols in Saskatchewan Division.
Belonging to the Ski Patrol is a great way to get more out of your winter experience. Our volunteers are trained in a nationally recognized first aid course and on-snow rescue skills. We belong to a great organization with a broad range of people from all age groups and walks of life. We all share a common love of skiing and snowboarding and helping people.
The CSP is a national organization whose 4,500 volunteers promote safety and provide first-aid and rescue services to skiers and snowboarders in need at over 300 ski areas across Canada.
Members must be 18 years of age or older and snowboard, downhill or cross-country ski at an intermediate or better level. All other training will be provided by the Patrol.
At Ski With the Patrol Day, we will pull back the curtain and show you what goes on during a typical patroller’s day. We’ll show you the equipment we use, give you a glimpse at some out our procedures, and outline the training requirements.
Ski With the Patrol Day events are being held at the following ski areas:
- Asessippi Ski Area & Resort – Inglis, MB
- Duck Mountain Ski Area – Kamsack, SK
- Mission Ridge Winter Park – Fort Qu’Appelle, SK
- Mount Joy Snow Resort – Lloydminster, AB
- Table Mountain – Cutknife, SK
- Wapiti Valley Ski and Board Resort – Gronlid, SK
- White Butte Trails (Cross Country Patrol) – White City, SK
To register, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will then send you all the information you need to know about Ski With the Patrol Day. Then, join us at your local area on SATURDAY, MARCH 12 to find out how you can become part of our team.
Get the jump on next winter by finding out about the Ski Patrol this season.
For more information, visit our website at www.sask.skipatrol.ca/news