Who We Are
The National Ski Patrol (NSP) is a non-profit organization that provides education, outreach, and credentialing related to outdoor recreation and safety. It is currently composed of more than 26,000 members who serve in over 600 patrols throughout the United States (and a couple in Europe). For its dedication to the promotion of public safety in skiing and other winter sports, the NSP was granted a congressional charter under Title 36 of the United States Code in 1980.
The Northern Division of the NSP provides emergency care and rescue services at ski areas across Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and parts of Wyoming. Other NSP divisions include the Pacific Northwest Division, the Far West Division, the Intermountain Division, the Rocky Mountain Division, the Central Division, the Southern Division, the Eastern Division, and a European Division.
More Information About the NSP's Northern Division
Member Ski Patrols
Northern Division Directory
To learn more about the National Ski Patrol, please see the NSP's Web Site.