Alpine Skiing and Snowboarding

Adaptive skiing uses specialized equipment and/or training to allow people with disabilities to experience the benefits of skiing. Skiing and snowboarding provide a sense of freedom that is difficult to duplicate in other sports. Skiing is a fantastic sport for people with physical disabilities or visual impairments in that it helps to develop balance, fitness, confidence, motivation, and social skills. Simply put – Skiing is Skiing!  

Lesson Information

ASPNC offers sit down and stand up opportunities for alpine skiing and stand up snowboarding.

Alpine lessons are Tuesday through Sunday from 9:30AM-12PM and 1PM-3:30PM, full day sessions are available. Monday lessons available on 12/27/2021, 1/17/2022 and 2/21/2022 from 9:30AM-12:00PM and 1:00PM-3:30PM.

 

Special Olympics

Athletes can compete in Special Olympics Regional and State games. The Special Olympics Alpine Team- North Country United- typically train together at Cannon Mountain on Sundays from 9:30AM-12:00PM.

Rates

• A Half day lesson is $50 and includes athlete ticket and rentals
• A full day lesson is $90 and includes athlete ticket and rentals
*First-time skier or rider is complimentary*

Scholarships are available!  We believe that everyone should be able to participate in our programs, no matter their financial situation.  We strive to keep our programs affordable, but recognize that some may need additional support to access our programs. Click here to complete our scholarship application online.