Called to Action

Free skiing while being attentive.

Further Danger

The crossing of the skis to mark the site and prevent further danger to yourself and patient.

May I Help You...

The beginning of primary & secondary assessments.

Standing By...

Waiting to receive a call for transportation needed.

Transportation Arrives...

Where would you like the toboggan placed?


Welcome to the Canadian Ski Patrol – Kawartha Zone.

The Canadian Ski Patrol is a National Organization dedicated to promoting Safe Skiing & Riding . The Canadian Ski Patrol is a registered non-profit corporation comprising highly trained volunteer and professional members. The System is national in scope and was formed to promote safe skiing and to provide assistance to injured skiers. The CSP’s membership of more than 4000 patrollers provides a Canada-Wide , highly skilled and responsible service to the snow industry .

We promote safety and injury prevention and provide the highest possible standards of education, certification and delivery in advanced first aid and rescue services to the snow industry.

Kawartha Zone is now over 200 active members, we draw our membership from South Eastern Ontario and its patrolled  areas. (See Resort links on the side bar)

Any questions or for further information please click on the “Contact US” link.


2015 Zone Awards Banquet

Awards are a key component in recognizing the outstanding contributions of  individuals in a volunteer organization such as ours.

Kawartha Zone is proud to be a member of our national organization representing volunteers from across Canada who support our National Mandate.  Many of our volunteers go above and beyond basic patrolling. At the end of  each season, we take a break from our normally hectic schedules to celebrate  our success by recognizing select individuals and groups of patrollers who  have helped Kawartha Zone succeed in the delivery and development of our first-aid  and safety programs and the growth of our organization.

Within the CSP there are 4 levels of awards and recognition that are encouraged  throughout the system.

  • The Patrol Level – At year-end at each patrol, where individuals are recognized by their immediate peers and area leaders.
  • The Zone Level – At year-end, where individuals nominated by their patrols are recognized for their support of the growth in the Zone.
  • The Division Level – At the Division banquet in February, where individuals nominated by their Zones for continued support of the growth in the Division.
  • The National Level – At the National Awards banquet in May, where individuals nominated by their Zones and Divisions for continued    support of the growth in the National System.