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Wheelchair Recreation, Sports & Travel in New Hampshire
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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
 
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
 
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
 
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
 
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.
 
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