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+ HOLIDAY VALLEY SKI PATROL
About Our Patrol
Holiday Valley Resort in Ellicottville, NY has a highly experienced patrol, with members averaging 18 years of ski patrol service. The skill level of Holiday Valley patrollers is so high that 35 of 113 members hold National Ski Patrol instructor certification qualifying them to train and evaluate patrollers. Every year, Holiday Valley hosts first aid, skiing & snowboarding, and toboggan-handling training events for patrollers from other resorts.
All Holiday Valley ski patrollers have completed a thorough, demanding training program. We further refine our skills annually through ongoing training in skiing or snowboarding, toboggan handling, first aid, cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR), automatic external defibrillation (AED), lift evacuation, and snowmobile operations.
Special Fundraising Event Announcement:
The Art of Rescue
Date: August 2, 2014
Place: Ellicottville Brewing Company Beer Garden
The Holiday Valley and Holimont ski patrols are proud to be part of this special event made Possible by the generosity of the Ellicottville Brewing Company. Proceeds to benefit both the Holiday Valley and Holimont Ski Patrols. We are seeking corporate sponsors interested in VIP sponsorship of this very special event. See the article by Ellicottville - Snowed In for more information about the event . For more information on Corporate Sponsorship, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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+ HOLIDAY VALLEY SKI PATROL is proudly affiliated with The National Ski Patrol System - Dedicated to Service and Safety Since 1938.
The National Ski Patrol's Life of a Patroller
Is The Ski Patrol for you? Watch the National Ski Patrol's Life of a Patroller to get a better idea of who patrollers are and what they do.
It's Your Responsibility to Know the Code!
Always show courtesy to others and be aware that there are elements of risk in skiing that common sense and personal awareness can help reduce. Observe The Code and share with other skiers the responsibility for a great skiing experience. Know Your Responsibility Code- watch the video!