Our mission is to help disabled skiers develop new skills and build self-confidence. We strive to create an atmosphere which produces positive physical, psychological, and therapeutic results.
Mt Baw Baw has a team of instructors qualified to teach adaptive skiing to people with disabilities. We have developed the Adaptive Ski Program to enable individuals with physical, sensory and learning difficulties to learn to ski and have fun in the snow!
With the largest learner's area in New Zealand, Mt Dobson is an ideal place to learn to ski or board. Wide slopes and lots of space makes for a relaxed environment - ideal for learning.
Mt. Brighton Adaptive Sports Program will assist children and adults with disabilities to participate in outdoor recreation both through scholarships for lessons and through grants to purchase adaptive equipment.
The National Ability Center empowers individuals of all abilities by building self-esteem, confidence and lifetime skills through sport, recreation and educational programs.
Be active, have fun, make new friends! The NSCD offers a variety of exciting winter adventures, including alpine skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, ski biking, Nordic trips, snowshoeing and ski racing.
The mainstay of the New England Disabled Sports Winter Program is alpine skiing. Individuals with cognitive or physical disabilities who are four years or older and are able to participate. Please come and experience the thrills and independence of skiing.
We have a range of equipment types and sizes to meet the needs of a variety of skiers, as well as instructors who are trained to work with people who have various disabilities. We can ski with people who have a vision disability, a physical disability and hearing disabilities.
With numerous adaptive Alpine skiing opportunities at mountains in the New England area, Northeast Passage’s Alpine skiing program focuses solely on the development of skiers for competition and potential Paralympic-level involvement.
Hudson Bay Mountain is proud to offer adaptive skiing and snowboarding instruction and guidance to its guests through BC’s Northern Adaptive Sports Program.
The Ontario Track 3 Ski Association is a volunteer, non-profit charitable organization that teaches children and youth with disabilities to downhill ski and snowboard.