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  • Add to my SkiindexSplore - Accessible Outdoor Adventures
  • SLC, Utah based nonprofit corporation with a mission of providing life-enhancing wilderness recreation and education to people of all abilities, including people with disabilities and special needs. SPLORE programs lead to increased health, wellness and community integration while promoting environmental stewardship.
  • Add to my SkiindexSpokes 'n Motion
  • One of the leading distributors of specialized sports and recreation equipment world wide and is actively involved in promoting sports and recreation for the Disabled. We are proud to invite you to view our range of products and services combined. If you are a first time, or returning visitor this site will help you to conquer all of your sporting needs.
  • Add to my SkiindexSteve Shaw the Sitskier
  • I am 45 years of age, married and come from Hoghton in Lancashire, I broke my back (T12) in an accident in 1982. Since then I have tried many sports, of which pot holing, go carting and clay pigeon shooting are a few, but none impressed me enough to want to continue doing them, until I tried skiing...
  • Add to my SkiindexSTRIDE Inc
  • A multi-disciplinary, educational consulting organization specializing in therapeutic recreation-related services for individuals with disabilities. STRIDE's primary efforts focus on directing and providing enriching, recreational opportunities for individuals with disabilities or special needs.
  • Add to my SkiindexTelluride Adaptive Sports Program
  • This program can develop life skills for people with disabilities and their families by providing affordable, quality sports and recreational experiences. TASP operates in cooperation with Telluride Ski & Golf Company to provide a quality adaptive ski program at Telluride Ski Area.
  • Add to my SkiindexTessier - Seated Skiing Technology
  • Designer and manufacterer of the widest range of skiing products for disabled people. Uniski, Dualski, Tandemski, Kartski, accessories.... Contents pictures and videos (including freeride ones).
  • Add to my SkiindexThe Adaptive Adventure Sports Coalition
  • TAASC's mission is to enhance the quality of life for people with disabilities by providing
    sports and recreational activities and to offer opportunities for empowerment through
    education, leadership, and training in collaboration with community-based organizations.
  • Add to my SkiindexThe Adaptive Ski Program of New Mexico
  • The Adaptive Ski Program offers alpine skiing for adults and children with disabilities. Instruction is available in 2 track, 3 track, 4 track, blind, deaf, mono ski and bi ski. The Program Director, Christi Hield, can lend assistance in determining the method of skiing.
  • Add to my SkiindexThe Bill Lounsbury Adaptive Ski Program
  • The program teaches persons of various disabilities to become skiers and to attain a degree of fitness previous unknown to them. This also increases their confidence by giving them stimulating new challanges and experiencing a freedom and independence that they have never felt before.
  • Add to my SkiindexThe British Ski Club for the Disabled
  • Disabled skiing takes many forms and is often referred to under the banner of adaptive skiing. Adaptive or disabled skiing also works for a number of where there is no special equipment required and the skier works with a trained guide or guides. These disabilities include visual impairment, deafness, learning difficulties, ... in fact our aim is to get anyone and everyone skiing regardless of their disability!
  • Add to my SkiindexThe Ontario Track3 Ski Association
  • Our mission is to provide the best instruction, care and equipment to people with disabilities so that they may discover their own remarkable abilities through the magic of skiing and snowboarding. Our program is hosted at various ski areas across Ontario.
  • Add to my SkiindexThe United States Adaptive Recreation Center
  • Founded in 1983 (as California Handicapped Skiers) to ensure that access to skiing is available to people with all types of disabilities. The USARC believes people are empowered when they undertake and succeed at challenging outdoor recreation.
  • Add to my SkiindexThe Unrecables
  • A non-profit, volunteer-based organization, serving the recreational needs of people with disabilities. We promote adaptive sports, and encourage people with disabilities to participate in sports, recreational, and social activities in their communities. Our club is based in Los Angeles. Monthly weekend ski trips to Mammoth Mountain through May.
  • Add to my SkiindexTotal Sports Access
  • Adaptive sports equipment for disabled sports. Featuring disabled fishing, disabled hunting, disabled skiing, plus many more sports equipment resources and information.
  • Add to my SkiindexTremblant A Mountain For All
  • The program's goal is twofold. To enable a person with a disability to gain sufficient confidence, experience, and know-how to be able to enjoy the sport of alpine skiing.
    To teach families and friends the skills necessary to be able to assist and accompany the disabled skier.
  • Add to my SkiindexU.S. Deaf Ski & Snowboard Association
  • A non-profit recreational and competitive organization of Deaf and hard-of-hearing skiers and snowboarders, founded in 1968. USDSSA maintains a calendar of upcoming Deaf ski and snowboard activities, a list of resorts which offer discount lift tickets to Deaf snow riders, and plans recreational trips to popular winter sports resorts.
  • Add to my SkiindexUnited States Disabled Ski Team
  • News, contacts, links, events and more. The latest news appears here in chronological order. Past stories are listed below in the archives. Click on the header of each listing for the complete news story.
  • Add to my SkiindexUphill Ski Club of Great Britain
  • A registered charity, committed to providing winter sporting activities for disabled people. Anyone with a disability is eligible to participate. We take our own qualified Adaptive Ski Instructors and volunteer helpers accompany each activity. Our volunteers are enthusiasts who want to share their enjoyment of winter sports with you, providing a combination that gives a little extra help to our members to be able to participate.
  • Add to my SkiindexUS Association of Blind Athletes
  • Our mission is to increase the number and quality of grassroots-through-competitive, world-class athletic opportunities for Americans who are blind or visually impaired. We do this by providing athlete and coach identification and support, program and event management, and national and international representation.
  • Add to my SkiindexVermont Adaptive Ski and Sports
  • Vermont Adaptive Ski & Sports (VASS) is committed to furthering the equality and independence of individuals with disabilities by providing access to sports and recreational activities. VASS is primarily a volunteer-based organization.
  • Add to my SkiindexWaterville Valley Adaptive Skiing Program
  • A special part of Waterville Valley where physically and mentally challenged children and adults team up with extraordinary volunteers and learn to fly - at least that's how our students describe the freedom of sliding down a snowy slope unencumbered by a wheelchair or braces.
  • Add to my SkiindexWheelin' Canada
  • Wheelin' Canada was founded to provide those dependant on wheelchairs with active lifestyle solutions. It was through our own experiences that we discovered there was a need for such a site. People in wheelchairs want to remain active and participate in life.
  • Add to my SkiindexWhite Mountain Adaptive Ski School
  • A nonprofit organization dedicated to making the joys of snowsports accessible to all. Our focus is on each individual's ability, regardless of the physical or mental challenges they may face. Whether you are a beginner or expert interested in skiing, snowboarding, telemarking or Loon's famous snowtoys, we have the coach for you!
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