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Upcoming 2015 SPSP Events:
(See the Calendar for more detail on the following)
September 10: Eboard Meeting, Elmers in Salem
September 17, 21, 23 and October 3: CPR Refresher's
September 27: OEC Instructor Refresher
October 4: OEC Refresher, at Hoodoo
October 15 - 18: Corvallis Ski Swap
October 22 - 25: Eugene Ski Swap
November 8: On the Hill Refresher
Awarded National Ski Patrol's Outstanding Large Alpine Patrol in 2008
Congratulations SPSP Award Winners!
PNWD Outstanding Patrol Director Award
Janie San Romani
Division Director's Outstanding Administrative Award
National Yellow Merit Star and Nominee for National Outstanding Nordic Patroller
PNW Division Outstanding Alpine Patroller Award
When the season gets going, come by the Patrol Room and spend some time with us.
The Santiam Pass Ski Patrol is made up of about 50 trained volunteers. Our goal is to provide quality assistance to those in need and promote ski safety in and around the Hoodoo Ski Area.
Hoodoo is located on the Santiam Pass which cuts through the Oregon Cascades between Salem and Bend. The area has ski trails, nordic trails, and a tubing park.
Members of the Santiam Pass Ski Patrol belong to the National Ski Patrol, which is a global organization with more than 22,000 volunteers and professionals. National Ski Patrollers work in different local ski areas trying to promote a safe and positive skiing atmosphere.
Patrollers are people with a strong desire to help others. Extensive training and testing is required of all patrollers before they can provide on the hill first aid.
Santiam Pass Ski Patrol has four categories of membership - Alpine Patroller, Nordic Patroller, Patroller and Pro-Section. Advanced instruction is available to existing patrollers, including the senior program, mentorship program, instructor development and more. During the winter season, each patroller is required to be on the hill from 3 to 5 shifts a month.
Download SPSP Brochure HERE
For SPSP Training go to our Training Page