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Welcome to the Mount Kato Ski Patrol

Proudly servicing the Mount Kato Ski Area

Click around and see what you find. We are a fun group of people who enjoy skiing and snowboarding, and take pride in assisting injured skiers and snowboarders. All of our patrollers go through extensive training in Outdoor Emergency Care. (The Mount Kato Ski Patrol is an all volunteer service that services the Mount Kato Ski Area.) If you are interested in joining our patrol, click on the "What it takes" link. Every October we hold a Ski Swap, where the public as well as vendors can bring their winter sports equipment (new and used) to the area and the Ski Patrol will help sell it. Click the Ski Swap link to learn more.

2018 Ski Patrol Candidate Classes Start September 11th

If you're intersted in becoming a Mount Kato Ski Patroller contact us soon for class info. Click the Contact Us tab above.

The 2018 Ski Swap Sale October 12th & 13th

NO SALES ON SUNDAY THIS YEAR

Equipment Check-In: October 11 (noon-8pm) & 12 (8am-4pm)

Swap Sale: October 12 (4:30pm-8pm'ish) & October 13 (9am-5pm)

Equipment Pick-Up: October 13 (1pm-5pm) & October 15 (5pm-8pm)

Any equipment not picked up by 8pm the final day will be considered a donation and the Ski Patrol will dispose of the items.

(New terms and conditions apply for those selling items. Please see the "Ski Swap" page for details.)

Announcements

2018 Ski Swap dates are set:

October 11th & 12th
Friday, October 12, 9:00AM – 8:00PM

Saturday, October 13, 9:00AM - 5:00PM
All times subject to change.

Sales start at 4:30pm on the 12th

Sell your items at our swap: 

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Equipment Check-In Hours

Thursday, October 11, 12:00PM (noon) – 8:00PM
Friday, October 12, 9:00AM – 8:00PM'ish
NO SATURDAY CHECK-INS PLEASE

Equipment Check-Out Hours

The preferred times are as follows:

Saturday, October 13, 1:00PM – 5:00PM
Monday, October 15, 5:00PM – 8:00PM

 


Interested in Becoming a Patroller?

See "What it Takes" or check out what the National Ski Patrol has to say about becoming a patroller.

Click here to download an application to become a Patroller

Please mail your applications to Dennis McCoy • P.O. Box 116 • Lake Crystal, MN 56055