STARS offers daily lessons throughout the ski season for clients age 5 and up for all types of disabilities. Lessons include a instruction with a qualified instructor, adaptive equipment as necessary, and a lift ticket for use during the scheduled lesson time.
Everyone has seen on television or in reality skiers skiing the highest peaks leaving a trail of drifting snow behind them. Are you physically disabled and also sportive? Then this challenge is there for you!
TASP enriches the lives of people with disabilities by providing therapeutic recreational opportunities that develop life skills and encourage personal growth!
Our mission is to promote and support sports and recreation opportunities for people with disabilities living in and visiting the Greater Teton Area. Headquartered in Jackson Hole, Teton Adaptive Sports is centered in a region known for endless outdoor adventures.
TAASC has a wide variety of adaptive equipment for stand up, sit skiers, and snowboarders. Lessons and open skiing are held on Saturdays in January and February at Snow Trails and Mad River Mountain.
London Track 3 has qualified instructors who have developed many techniques to assist challenged individuals in learning to downhill ski and snowboard and to enjoy these winter activities in a manner that is safe, while at the same time demanding of their physical abilities.
We are a non-profit organization established to provide recreational activities and teach sports to mentally and physically challenged children and adults.
Using the best adaptive equipment and teaching techniques available, private one-on-one instruction maximizes each participant's potential for success.
Vail has a world-renowned program dedicated to adaptive skiing and snowboarding. Specially trained professional instructors tailor each lesson to the needs of the skier for a safe, yet unforgettable experience.
Since 2004, the Vail Veterans Program has been transforming military injured and their families through individualized world-class outdoor programs building confidence and life-long relationships.
Vancouver Adaptive Snow Sports (VASS) runs skiing and snowboarding programs for persons with a disability at Grouse, Seymour and Cypress Mountains. VASS makes the mountain experience accessible to all.
The Vancouver Island Society for Adaptive Snowsports is a non-profit charitable society focused on providing Nationally Certified Snowsports Instruction to the physically challenged or developmentally delayed.
Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports is the largest year-round disabled sports non-profit organization in Vermont offering the most diverse program opportunities and unique, specialized equipment.
WAS operates year-round and provides many rewarding activities including skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and adaptive hockey in the winter; hiking, fishing, orienteering, bicycling and tram rides during the summer. Adaptive horseback riding and bowling are year-round activities offered by WAS.
The Waterloo Region Track 3 Ski School provides children and youth with disabilities the opportunity to safely experience the pleasure of downhill skiing as a leisure activity.
Waterville Valley Adaptive Sports is dedicated to empowering individuals with disabilities through access and instruction in sports and recreation for life.
The Whistler Adaptive Ski & Snowboard Program, works in partnership with the Whistler Adaptive Sports Program (WASP). This winter program caters to a full spectrum of skiers and snowboarders from beginner through advanced.
Whistler Adaptive empowers individuals through access to one of the world’s best mountain resorts, providing them with the environment, support and opportunity to become physically active and focus on their abilities rather than disabilities.
The Adaptive Snowsports Program is for adults and children with disabilities who want to learn how to ski and snowboard. First-timers needn't worry; lessons range from "Never-Ever" to the advanced skier/snowboarder.
The Wintergreen Adaptive Sports skiing and snowboarding program makes it possible for anyone, regardless of disability, to feel the wind in their face and the thrill of a speedy ride down the slopes.