The National Ski Patrol (NSP), founded in 1938, has followed its creed of "Service and Safety" since the establishment of skiing as a popular sport in the United States. As snow sports and guest services at areas have evolved over the years, so has the NSP, from a service organization to a modern-day professional education association. Other snow sports, such as snowboarding, tubing, and snow-skating, introduced new equipment and new terrain, which in turn required developing and teaching new safety and emergency care training methods. Increased access to the backcountry beyond ski area boundaries has also meant new training regimens for member of the NSP.
Paoli Peaks is located in the heart of Southern Indiana. Its the perfect place for family and friends to experience the thrills and chills of skiing, snowboarding, and snow tubing! Paoli Peaks is open 7 days a week from mid-December through mid-March.
National Ski Patrol Central Division
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