Alpine Skiing and Riding

Skiing is skiing!

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 from Monday 10:30AM-12PMa and Tuesday through Sunday from 10:30AM-12PM and 1PM-2:30PM, full day sessions are available.

For the 2020-2021 Winter, ASPNC will have sessions for seasonal participants
Session 1– AM and PM sessions available- Week 1- 1/10-1/16, Week 2- 1/17-1/23, Week 3- 1/24-1/30, Week 4- 1/31-2/6, Week 5- 2/7-2/13
Session 2– AM and PM sessions available- Week 1- 2/21-2/27, Week 2- 2/28-3/6, Week 3- 13/7-3/13, Week 4- 3/14-3/20, Week 5- 3/21-3/28
Weekends are available for half or all day lessons.

Rates

• ASPNC membership is mandatory for Alpine. Membership is $25/year.
• A Half day lesson is $50 and includes a participant ticket and rentals
• A full day lesson is $90 and includes a participant ticket and rentals

Special Olympics

Participants 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 9:30-11:30.