The use of ski area premises and facilities and participation at Mount Sima/Friends of Mount Sima Society is subject to the conditions set out in the Exclusion of Liability and Assumptions of Risks Notice and the Release of Liability, Waiver of Claims, Assumption of Risks and Indemnity Agreement.
Mount Sima has a highly trained ski patrol that are on duty every operating day. The patrol consists of both paid staff and volunteers from the Canadian Ski Patrol, a national organization that provides patrollers to ski areas across Canada. Patrol provides safety and first aid on the hill during regular operating hours. They are also working when the hill is closed to the public carrying out operational and safety tasks such as fencing and signage, as well as practising rescue and rope skills. All patrollers are trained to the same level of first aid and rescue skills. We work as a team to provide a safe and fun family atmosphere and are always willing to help.
If you ever need Patrol help you can ask guest services or any other staff member to call them for you on the radios that all staff carry, or you can call 867-689-6056. You can also find the patrol at the top of the mountain in the top floor of the two-story public building next to the chairlift offload area, where they standby to respond to any accidents on the mountain. Look for the ski patrol flag and come in for a visit and warm up in front of the wood stove.
If you ever have a safety-related concern, don’t hesitate to report it to the patrol in person or call the patrol at 867-689-6056. You can also speak to guest services in the main lodge or our friendly lift attendants.
CSP Yukon Zone: www.yukonskipatrol.ca