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Wheelchair Recreation, Sports & Travel in Alaska
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Alaska Welcomes You!, Inc.
Accessible Alaska adventures for travelers with special needs.
akwy@customcpu.com
800-349-6301
Alaska, USA
 
Alpine Alternatives
Alpine Alternatives offers adapted ski programs, equestrian programs, day outings, and a week long summer camp. Alpine serves all disabled persons regardless of the type or severity of their disabilities. Within the programs offered by Alpine there is a particular emphasis on serving school age children and youth.
907-561-6655
Alaska, USA
 
Challenge Alaska
Challenge Alaska (CA) is a non-profit organization that provides sports and therapeutic recreation opportunities for those with disabilities. Challenge Alaska was established at Alyeska Resort in Girdwood, Alaska in 1980. Since then, professionally trained staff have taught downhill ski techniques to people of all ages who have a physical or mental disability. CA built and currently operates the International Sports, Recreation and Education center near the base of Chair 3 on Mt. Alyeska.
info@challengealaska.org
888-430-2738
Alaska, USA
 
Southeast Alaska Independent Living (SAIL)
SAIL is a private nonprofit organization that provides consumer-directed independent living services to people with disabilities throughout Southeast Alaska. ORCA (Outdoor Recreation and Community Access) is the recreation program of SAIL. ORCA's mission is to promote inclusive recreation and adaptive outdoor pursuits for Southeast Alaskan's who experience disabilities. SAIL also has a lending library of adaptive resources and assistive technology. Recreational programs include adaptive ski and snowboard school - youth Adventure Club - kayaking - biking - hiking, rafting, canoeing and multi-day adventure trips. Adaptive equipment is available so people of all abilities can participate.
(907) 586 0104
 
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