Here to keep you safe, every day.
We are extremely lucky to have one of the most talented, dedicated Ski Patrols in the country. The Beaver Mountain Ski Patrol is a member of the National Ski Patrol system. Our patrol is one of the largest all-volunteer ski patrol in the US, and is one of the few all-volunteer patrols still around. There are several second generation legacy patrollers on our staff. They undergo a rigorous, competitive interview process and many hours of classes and training in order to do their job, which entails:
- Providing rescue and medical services to injured skiers within (and sometimes beyond!) the ski area boundaries.
- Patrolling the mountain daily for injured skiers, dangerous skiers or boarders, or anyone in trouble
- Checking routes for hazards
- Helping clean up the mountain on On-the-Hill work day
- Getting medical certification from the National Ski Patrol via the Outdoor Emergency Care standards.
- Training for lift evacuation in the event of a mechanical failure of a ski lift
- Avalanche rescue
- Promoting ski safety
- Promoting Mountain policies and more!
How to reach Ski Patrol when you need them:
- If you happen to be within WiFi range or the limited cellular coverage you can call Ski Patrol at 435-946-3610 ex. 6
- Any employee can help you reach Ski Patrol. If you’re reporting an incident on the mountain please try to have a good description of the location. You can walk into the Ski Patrol facility at the base of Harry’s Dream, summit of Harry’s Dream or the summit of Marge’s Triple. Any lift or terrain park employees can also help you.
How to become a member of the Beaver Mountain Ski Patrol:
The patrol is holding candidate tryouts this season. Please fill out the candidate questionnaire and email to Brian Bingham at email@example.com. Deadline for questionnaires is Friday, Jan 7, 2022, so get yours filled out quick. Completed questionnaires may also be dropped off at the Logan Office located at 1351 E 700 N, Logan, 84321