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Adaptive Skiing & Snowboarding
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Ability Plus
AbilityPLUS is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping disabled people of all abilities realize their dreams of inclusion through adaptive skiing and other recreation opportunities.
info@abilityplus.org
603-236-4758
New Hampshire, USA
 
Adaptive Adventures
Sports and recreation for adults and children with disabilities. Programs include adaptive skiing, Nordic skiing, sledge hockey, snowmobiling, handcycling, paddle sports, sailing, water skiing, and adventure trips.
303-679-2770
Colorado, USA
 
Adaptive Ski Program New Mexico
Since 1985, the Adaptive Ski Program has offered safe and supportive alpine ski lessons for adults and children (five years & older) with a wide array of disabilities. Lessons take place at Sandia Peak outside of Albuquerque and at Ski Santa Fe, 14 miles from the Santa Fe Plaza. Instruction is available in 2 track, 3 track, 4 track, blind, deaf, mono-ski, bi-ski & snowboarding.
asp_sandia@q.com
505-255-2506
New Mexico, USA
 
Adaptive Sports Center
The Adaptive Sports Center (ASC) of Crested Butte, Colorado is a non-profit organization that provides year-round recreation activities for people with disabilities and their families. Programs include adaptive Alpine skiing, Nordic skiing, and snowboarding.
866-349-2296
Colorado, 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
 
Baltimore Adapted Recreation & Sports
BARS offers recreational opportunities in camping, canoeing, fishing, hand cycling, sea kayaking, rafting, sailing, skeet shooting, snow skiing, and water skiing.
pam@barsinfo.org
410-771-4606
Maryland, USA
 
Bart J. Ruggiere Adaptive Sports Center
The Bart J. Ruggiere Sports Center will provide individuals the opportunity to do sports regardless of their mental or physical disability. The program is available to children and adults throughout the Northeast with physical and mental learning challenges. The center offers Alpine skiing, with the latest in adaptive equipment. Summer programs include kayaking, and canoeing.
802-824-5522
Vermont, USA
 
Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center
The Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center (BOEC) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to expand the potential of people with disabilities and special needs through meaningful, educational, and inspiring outdoor experiences. BOEC offers winter programs including various types of adaptive skiing and snowboarding, winter camping, challenge courses, orienteering, and educational programs. Summer activities include- handcycling, hiking & backpacking, rock climbing, rappeling, canoeing, whitewater rafting, kayaking, camping, rope courses, and orienteering. BOEC also offers seasonal programs and camps for young people and adults. BOEC is located in Breckenridge, Colorado.
boec@boec.org
970-453-6422
Colorado, USA
 
Bretton Woods Adaptive Program
The Adaptive Program is a department of the Bretton Woods Ski School and a chapter of AbilityPlus, Inc. and Disabled Sports USA. The instructors are trained in the American Teaching System, PSIA-Alpine as well as PSIA-Adaptive teaching techniques, providing qualified instruction in various adaptive specialties such as blind, developmentally delayed, monoski, bi-ski, 3-track, 4-track and others.
adaptiveprogram@brettonwoods.com
603-278-3398
New Hampshire, USA
 
Cannonsburg Challenged Ski Association
Cannonsburg Challenged Ski Association (CCSA), is a non-profit organization located in Ada, Michigan. As a chapter of Disabled Sports USA, CCSA provides volunteer training and ski instruction for individuals with disabilities. CCSA strives to serve all ages and disabilities in their programs. We strongly encourage family participation and the maximum independence possible for each individual.
616-874-3060
Michigan, USA
 
Challenge Mountain
Offers free instruction and use of equipment to skiers with handicaps such as Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, vision impairments and other mental impairments and physical challenges.
cmski@challengemtn.org
231-535-2141
Michigan, USA
 
Colorado Discover Ability
Colorado Discover Ability (CDA) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote increased independence and self worth through outdoor recreation for individuals with disabilities, at-risk youth, and their families and friends.
970-257-1222
Colorado, USA
 
CW HOG
Cooperative Wilderness Handicapped Outdoor Group provides challenging outdoor adventure activities in a supportive environment. Programs include adaptive snow ski, martial arts, weightlifting, swimming, aerobics, and other activities. An adventurous week long day camp, the Kids Camp is designed for children of all abilities and their families. Activities may include horseback riding, water-skiing, rock climbing, rappelling, canoeing, and scuba diving. An overnight camping trip and whitewater raft trip gives your child an opportunity to experience the outdoors.
208-282-3912
Idaho, USA
 
Daring Adventures
Daring Adventures is an exciting program that offers seven outdoor recreation opportunities for teens and adults with disabilities and their non-disabled peers. Programs include: adaptive cycling - adaptive kayaking - sled ice hockey - cross-country skiing - hiking/backpacking - wilderness camping.
602-262-4543
Arizona, USA
 
DASA Sports
DASA provides year-round sport activities with quarterly family and friend events. The programs are instructed by volunteer coaches whom have taken the American Coaching Effectiveness Program. A variety of sports are offered: such as Basketball, Swimming, Track and Road Racing, Golf, Martial Arts, Archery, Sled Hockey, Rock Climbing, Stand-up Soccer, and Power Soccer.
636-477-0716
Missouri, USA
 
Disabled Sports USA
A national nonprofit, 501(c)(3), organization established in 1967 by disabled Vietnam veterans to serve the war injured. DS/USA now offers nationwide sports rehabilitation programs to anyone with a permanent disability. Activities include winter skiing, water sports, summer and winter competitions, fitness and special sports events. Participants include those with visual impairments, amputations, spinal cord injury, dwarfism, multiple sclerosis, head injury, cerebral palsy, and other neuromuscular and orthopedic conditions.
301-217-0960
USA
 
Disabled Sports USA Far West
Disabled Sports USA Far West leads the way in adaptive sports and recreation for people with disabilities. With 40 years of experience, our trained staff and volunteers guide you in discovering life without limits. Disabled Sports USA has more than 85 chapters and serves more than 60,000 people nationwide.
dsusa@disabledsports.net
916-722-6447
California, USA
 
Eldora Special Recreation Program
Therapeutic winter recreation in Colorado for individuals who require adaptive equiptment and/or special instruction. Programs include- Snowboarding, Alpine (2-track, 3-track, 4-track, bi-ski, mono-ski), Nordic (2-track and 4 track), Snowshoeing.
scheduler@esrp.com
303-442-0606
Colorado, USA
 
Greek Peak Adaptive Snowsports
Adaptive ski program in New York.
jcappellett@stny.rr.com
607-255-4880
New York, USA
 
Maine Handicapped Skiing
Opportunities for adaptive alpine and cross country skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing.
info@skimhs.org
800 - 639 - 7770
Maine, USA
 
Michigan Sports Unlimited, Inc.
Organizes wheelchair sports and recreational events in the state of Michigan. Programs include, archery, baseball, cycling, golf, kayaking, racing, shooting, skiing, waterskiing, basketball, rugby, soccer, and tennis.
989-771-5530
Michigan, USA
 
National Ability Center
The National Ability Center is committed to the development of lifetime skills for people of all ages and abilities by providing affordable outdoor sports and recreational experiences in a nurturing environment. NAC offers year round recreational opportunities including adaptive skiing, horseback riding, waterskiing, swimming, and cycling.
info@DiscoverNAC.org
435-649-3991
Utah, USA
 
NEHSA
New England Handicapped Sports Association offers adaptive ski and Snowboard lessons to people of all ages and all disabilities. At Mount Sunapee Resort, where our homebase and winter program reside, skiers participate in either a stand up or sit-down program
info@mtsunapee.com
603-763-2356
New Hampshire, USA
 
Northeast Passage
Northeast Passage delivers disability-related health promotion and adapted sports programs throughout New England. They run three core programs that include adaptive sports from entry to competitive levels for adults and children.
northeast.passage@unh.edu
603-862-0070
New Hampshire, 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
 
Sports Association of Gaylord Hospital
Offers indtroductory clinics and programs on a wide variety of wheelchair sports. The association also supports a large number of teams throughout Connecticut.
 
St. Louis Wheelchair Athletic Association
Provides wheelchair sports to individuals with permanent physical disabilities in St. Louis, MO and the surrounding areas. Activities include, quad rugby, wheelchair softball, track & field, adaptive water skiing, adaptive snow skiing, wheelchair tennis, adaptive golf, scuba diving, and more.
(314) 768-5325
 
STRIDE Recreation for Challenged Children
STIDE's primary efforts focus on directing and providing enriching, recreational opportunities for individuals with disabilities or special needs. Programs include, swimming, adaptive skiing, adaptive baseball, and bowling.
 
Sun Valley Adaptive Sports
The nonprofit SVAS offers adaptive sports programs and services for children, teens, adults, and veterans that cover a wide-range of disabilities- physical, emotional, developmental, and learning. SVAS programs include: Skiing, Snowboarding, and Nordic skiing. Peak Adventure Camp for Kids and teens with disabilities. After school swimming, theatre, biking, tennis, pottery, yoga, and indoor rock climbing. Check their website for a complete listing of programs and services.
tom@svasp.org
208-726-9298
Idaho, USA
 
Taasc
TAASC offers programs in handcycling, kyaking, sailing, rock climbing, skiing, water skiing, and sled hockey. Located in Colombus, Ohio.
614. 293. 4963
 
Three Trackers of Ohio
Dedicated to the promotion of adaptive recreational sports to persons with physical disabilities. The organization runs adaptive ski and hand cycling programs.
tam@clevelandmetroparks.com
216-341-1704
Ohio, USA
 
TRAIL
TRAIL is a NH non-profit organization dedicated to teaching individuals with physical and mental disabilities the joy and excitement of playing in the outdoors. The activities offered through TRAIL change seasonally, and with the exception of the Summer Recreation Program, are currently offered on weekends only. In addition to short-term activities such as hiking, biking, canoeing, camping, and bowling, they maintain a core group of long-term programs, which include: Winter Recreational Program: Spring Recreational Program: Summer Recreational Program: Fall Recreational Program:
New Hampshire
 
Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sport
VASS offers low-cost sports and recreation programs for people with handicaps/disabilities. Winter programs include skiing and snowboarding. Summer programs include rock climbing, canoeing, sailing, kayaking, waterskiing, and rafting.
 
West Virginia: Challenged Athletes West Virginia
The organization runs an adaptive skiing program at Snowshoe Mountain.
 
White Mountain Adaptive Ski School
The White Mountain Adaptive Ski School is a non-profit organization dedicated to making snowsports accessible to all. We focus on individual ability, regardless of the physical or mental challenges they may face.
 
Wintergreen Adaptive Skiing
Wintergreen Adaptive Skiing is a non-profit, 501(c)3 corporation whose mission is to teach the joys of alpine skiing to individuals with a disability. Set in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, WAS offers fun, exhilaration and the chance to enjoy the outdoors with family and friends
 
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