We consider ourselves pretty lucky to have some of the most dedicated and skilled individuals in the industry working to keep us all safe here at 4,848. Snowshoe Mountain Patrol is made up of highly trained men and women who are fully committed to the well-being of our guests.

Ski Patrol is housed at several different locations including the lower level of the Shavers Center, Silver Creek, and slopeside at the top of Flying Eagle lift, the Top of Soaring Eagle lift and at the top of Western Territory. Patrol staff can be recognized by their red jackets with white crosses.

Patrol Phone Numbers:
Ski Patrol at Snowshoe: 304.572.5695
Ski Patrol at Silver Creek: 304.572.6949

Tips from Snowshoe Patrol:
• Be on the lookout for groomers, snowmobiles, and snowmaking, as they may be encountered at any time.
• Be observant of poles, flags, fencing, signage, padding on equipment, objects and other items used to inform you of potential obstacles or hazards.
• Keep in mind markers do not guarantee your safety and will not protect you from injury. It is part of your responsibility under the Responsibility Code to avoid all obstacles or hazards, including those that are so marked.

In Case of an Accident:
• Place skis/snowboards upright and crossed in the snow above the scene of the accident.
• Reach the Ski Patrol by contacting a lift attendant or other resort personnel, dialing the numbers located above or by dialing 304-572-5400.
• When reporting the accident, be sure to give the exact trail location and type of injury. The numbers posted on snowmaking hydrants and trail intersections are good indicators of your location.

Beyond the initial aid and rescue services that are offered by the patrol, the Snowshoe Mountain Ski Patrol also offers first aid centers located in the Shavers Center at the Snowshoe Area and in the slope side Challenge Athletes Building located adjacent to the lodge at the Silver Creek area.

Staff located at these first aid centers can provide you with advanced first aid along with a multitude of emergency medical services.
First aid center hours coincide with the slope/lift hours of their respective areas

The nearest facility for advance medical care and treatment are as follows:
Pocahontas Memorial Hospital-150 Duncan Road, Buckeye, West Virginia 24924 (304-799-7400)
Davis Medical Center- 812 Gorman Avenue, Elkins, WV 26241 (304-636-3300)

Join the patrol team:
We are always in search of skiers and snowboarders who are interested in joining the Ski Patrol team. Full-time, part-time, and volunteer opportunities are available. Please contact us at beapatroller@snowshowmountain.com or by completing an application at https://www.snowshoemtn.com/jobs. You can also learn more about patrolling by attending the annual Snowshoe Mountain Patrol Open House held in February. Shoot us an email at beapatroller@snowshoemountain.com for information on the Open House.