Disabled Skiing

Guides to skiing for the disabled skier, equipment guides, instructional programs, associations, photos and more.
    • Ability Plus
      Nonprofit adaptive skiing and recreation organization for individuals in the northeastern US.
    • Adaptive Adventures
      Outdoor sports opportunities to improve quality of life for children, adults and veterans with physical disabilities and their families.
    • Adaptive Ski Program
      New Mexico alpine ski opportunities for challenged members of the community.
    • Adaptive Snowsports New Zealand
      Instruction and events for adaptive skiing and snowboarding in New Zealand.
    • Adaptive Sports Association of Durango
      Our mission is to enhance the self esteem and physical well-being of people with disabilities through sports and the outdoors.
    • American Blind Skiing Foundation
      ABSF is committed to serving visually impaired children and adults.
    • BOEC
      The Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center (BOEC) is a national leader in outdoor adventure education serving all people, with a specialized focus on serving those with disabilities and special needs.
    • BOLD
      Blind Outdoor Leisure Development. Join the BOLD ski school.
    • British Ski Club for the Disabled
      Helping disabled skiers in the UK.
    • CADS Ontario
      Canadian Association for Disabled Skiing - Ontario. we have over 400 members in 5 ski areas in Southern Ontario.
    • Canadian Association for Disabled Skiing
      A volunteer based organization having at its main objective the promotion of skiing for persons with a disability in order to promote full integration into society.
    • Canadian Paralympic Committee
      The mission of the Canadian Paralympic Committee is to develop and grow the Paralympic Movement in Canada.
    • Challenge Alaska
      Center in Girdwood, Alaska providing recreational opportunities including ski lessons for those with disabilities.
    • Colorado Discover Ability
      Adaptive school at Powderhorn Resort, Colorado. A non-profit organization. Ski or snowboard with our PSIA-certified instructors.
    • Disability Snowsport UK
      DSUK is a people-centred organization with a unique sense of purpose: that anyone regardless of their disability can take part in and enjoy the thrill of snowsport.
    • Disabled Skiers Alberta
      DSA is dedicated to providing disabled children and adults with all opportunities in the sport of skiing. The Canadian Association for Disabled Skiing organization has touched thousands of individuals, both on and off the slopes in its over 30 year history.
    • Disabled Sports USA
      A national organization providing sports and recreation to child and adults with disabilities. Serving of 60,000 people annually.
    • Discovery Blind Sports
      Organization dedicated to fostering self-sufficiency in blind and visually impaired through challenging sports.
    • Double H Ranch
      Providing programs and support for children and their families dealing with life-threatening illness. Located in Lake Luzerne, New York. Alpine and nordic ski winter programs.
    • Eagle Mount - Bozeman
      Montana based non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to providing therapeutic recreation to mentally and physically disabled individuals.
    • Eldora Special Recreation Program
      Eldora Mountain Resort, located just 21 miles west of Boulder, Colorado, has been home to the Eldora Special Recreation Program (ESRP) since 1975.
    • Freedom Factory
      Designers and builders of quality semi-custom and custom winter sports equipment for the disabled community since 1991.
    • Greek Peak Sports for the Disabled
      GPSD is dedicated to helping people experience a safe, fun and learning snow sports experience.
    • International Paralympic Committee
      Competitive alpine racing for the disabled.
    • Living Well With A Disability
      Living Well With A Disability is a free resource that is available to individuals with any type of disability, living in certain counties of Pennsylvania. Activities include ski lessons at Whitetail and Camelback ski resorts in Pennsylvania.
    • NERSFL
      New England Regional Ski For Light. Organization for the promotion of physically demanding sports.
    • New England Handicapped Sports Association
      Providing adaptive ski lessons at Mount Sunapee, New Hampshire. Includes adaptive equipment and techniques.
    • Northeast Passage
      Disabled sports and recreation organization based in Durham, New Hampshire. Each winter there are a series of cross country ski events at various destinations in New England.
    • Ontario Track 3 Ski Association
      A volunteer non-profit organization that teaches kids with disabilities to alpine ski. Program hosted at various ski areas across Ontario, Canada.
    • Oregon Adaptive Sports
      OAS is a non-profit organization that serves over 60,000 people nationwide. Find information on instructors, volunteering, plus useful links.
    • Original Gimp
      Adaptive snowboarding site with pictures, links, and more.
    • SEWASP
      SouthEastern Wisconsin Adaptive Ski Program.
    • Ski For Light
      A program of cross country skiing benefiting blind, visually-impaired, and mobility-impaired individuals and their guides.
    • Ski For Light Canada
      Program of cross country skiing, or ski touring, for visually impaired and physically handicapped people.
    • Special Olympics International
      Providing year-round training and athletic competitions for more than one million athletes.
    • SPLORE
      An outdoor adventure recreation therapy center for the disabled in Salt Lake City, Utah. Includes a cross country program.
    • The Adaptive Adventure Sports Coalition
      TAASC provides adaptive skiing expertise at two of Ohio's skiing resorts, SnowTrails and Mad River Mountain.
    • The Adaptive Sports Center
      Through sports like skiing this center located in Crested Butte, Colorado provides the means for people of all abilities 'to experience being alive'.
    • U.S. Adaptive Recreation Center
      Recreational program providing opportunities for people with disabilities to participate in challenging outdoor recreation.
    • Vail Veteran's Program
      The program offers skiing, snowboarding and outdoor summer activites to United States military personel who have been severely wounded. It is a volunteer organization that hosts wounded warriors and their families free of charge.
    • VASS
      Vancouver Adaptive Snow Sports Society makes the mountain experience accessible to all. VASS runs skiing and snowboarding programs at Grouse, Seymour and Cypress mountains.
    • Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports
      A non-proft organization dedicated to providing sports and recreational opportunities to individuals with disabilities.
    • Wasatch Adaptive Sports
      Our programs build strength, stamina and self-esteem while enhancing the quality of life for all our participants.
    • Whistler Adaptive Sports Program
      The Whistler Adaptive Sports Program is a not-for-profit society that provides year-around, recreational programs for people of all ages with disabilities. Their vision is to make alpine recreation accessible to everyone.