The Sandia Peak Ski Patrol is Non-ProfitDid you know our patrol is a 501(c)(3) non profit, board of directors governed, all volunteer organization? Our annual NM Ski Swap provides the funds for equipment and training we use to provide care to the skiing and boarding public as well as train patrollers and maintain equipment.
Join our volunteer patrol!Do you love to ski or board? Would you like to hone your skills with the best instructors around? Would you enjoy responding to and assisting the skiing and boarding public? Then the Sandia Peak Ski Patrol may be for you! We train a new class of candidates every year and accept applicatnts as young as 15 years old for our junior program. Contact recruiting today!
Bringing you the NM SKI SWAP since 1967!Our annual NM Ski Swap is our pimary fund raiser providing our operating funds for the year. Our all volunteer non-profit patrol purchases it's own equipment, medical supplies, building renovations, and continued training for all patrollers. A percent of every dollar you spend at the swap helps ensure we have the training and tools needed to provide the best care possible to the skiing public at Sandia Peak.
There’s nothing more rewarding than putting in a hard day’s work and having a good time doing it. When you hear the words “ski patroller,” you probably think of someone performing a mountain-side rescue of an injured skier. The truth is, it takes a different breed to make this team. Sandia Peak Ski Patrollers are people with a strong desire to help others. People who want to learn and use emergency care skills, enjoy the outdoors and the camaraderie of fellow patrollers, improve their skiing and riding skills, and most importantly, help make mountain recreation safer for all. We educate. We communicate. We participate!
Donate to the Non-Profit Sandia Peak Ski Patrol
Did you know this about the Sandia Peak Ski Patrol?
The Patrol is a Non-Profit 501(c)(3) volunteer organization
Your donation is tax deductible
We are 100% self funded...we pay for all training, equipment, remodels to patrol facilities, and medical supplies...which isn't cheap!
The two day sale at the NM Ski Swap (since 1967) is our primary funding source, and since that can fluctuate, your donation can help insure we are able to provide the best care to the skiing and boarding public at Sandia Peak.
We have been an all volunteer NSP patrol since 1940