Enriching the quality of life
for people with disabilities

Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country

Partners in Possibilities!

Adaptive Sports Partners provides over 20 different sport, recreation and wellness activities for people of all ages and any ability. Your support helps assure that these essential life enriching programs endure.


If you or a member of your family has a disability, or if you work with a group of individuals with disabilities, you will find that Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country has much to offer.


From providing direct support to our participants for sport and recreation activities to a single commitment as a “Sherpa” on a hike or working on an “office project,” volunteering is both rewarding and fun.

Dine for Adaptive

Dine at The Little Grille in Littleton, NH to support the Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country. From 5 – 8 PM on Sunday, January 21, 2018, enjoy The Little Grille’s Brazilian Barbeque Buffet to support this great cause.

Lucy Golden Jewelry

Presenting the jewelry of local Franconia jeweler and ASPNC fan, Lucy Golden (www.lucygoldenjewelry.com) with several pieces that represent the spirit of the Adaptive movement.

Ski, Swing, and Climb

Join us for a full day of activities for people with mobility, visual or hearing impairments. January 20, February 10, and March 3

Pirates of the High Skis

Ski or Ride like a Pirate for a Day of Treasure Hunting, Prizes and Pirate Fun at the Great, Grand Cannon Mountain. For years, Turncoat Traitors have been stashing their most coveted treasures all over Cannon Mountain in an attempt to preserve their riches. But alas, their secret treasure map has been discovered and The Pirates of the High Skis plan to hunt the mountainside until they find and claim this booty as their own! Be forewarned . . . knowledge of the secret treasure map being discovered is known by the Turncoat Traitors and they are out to protect their hidden treasures


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