NSP regional map

NSP’s geographic divisions are the place to start if you are interested in joining a patrol or mountain host unit.

Your primary relationship with the NSP will be through a local ski patrol, and you will find them all over the country and even around the world.

Each of our geographic divisions and our professional division (which has patrols all over the country) will link you to individual patrols. You can identify the division for your area on the map above, and then follow the links below to division websites to find local patrols and contact information. When you see a patrol that interests you, reach out for more information about how to connect.

For more information about our membership types and the steps to become a member, please visit our Membership page.

Alaska Division – http://nspalaska.org/
View a list of patrols with contact information

Central Division – http://www.nspcentral.org/
View a list of patrols with contact information

Eastern Division – https://www.nspeast.org/
View a list of patrols with contact information

Far West Division – http://www.farwest.org/
View a list of patrols with contact information

International Division – http://nspeurope.org/

Intermountain Division – https://imd-nsp.org/
View a list of patrols with contact information

Northern Division  – https://www.nspnorth.org/
View a list of patrols with contact information

Pacific Northwest Division – http://www.nsp-pnwd.org/
View a list of patrols and contact information

Rocky Mountain Division – https://www.nsprmd.org/
View a list of patrols and contact information

Southern Division – http://www.southernnsp.org/
View a list of patrols and contact information

Professional Division – There are professional patrols all over the country; you can find more about their locations and how to contact them via this Pro Patrol List