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Winter Programs

The Adaptive Sports Foundation offers daily ski and snowboard lessons to participants who have physical or cognitive disabilities.

Due to the continuance of the Covid-19 pandemic, our 2021/22 winter season will again be adapted.    Our primary guidelines for this winter will continue to be as follows;

  • Maintain our commitment to ASF’s mission of “Empowering lives through adaptive sports.”
  • Make the health and wellbeing of our participants, families, volunteers and staff our #1 priority.
  • Work within the operating parameters set by federal, state and local government.

Lessons

We are trying to return to some normalcy and in that effort, we will be accepting new students.  In order to open the program to more daily students, there will be no Season Long Program for individual participants.   We will have one three hour session per day.  Lesson Cost is $130 for the three hour session, includes lift ticket and rentals.  Payment is required in full when you receive a lesson confirmation.

Lesson Reservations

A current Participant Form is required in order to make a reservation.  You only need to complete this form once per season.

2021-22 Participant Form – Required Each Year

To participate, please complete the Calendar Request Form by typing in your name and clicking the box on each day you wish to attend.

2021-22 Calendar Request Form – ***NOTE: We are no longer accepting Lesson Requests for the Christmas Holiday period (12/26-1/2), Martin Luther King weekend (1/15-17) and President’s weekend (2/19-21).*** 

We will review your lesson requests with the availability of our volunteer instructors.  If we can accommodate your request, we will send you a confirmation email along with additional forms and payment information. If we cannot accommodate any request, you will receive a waitlist email.  Confirmations will be sent within one month prior to the requested date.

The Gwen Allard Adaptive Sports Center

The Gwen Allard Adaptive Sports Center will not be available to students, parents or volunteers.  All lessons will dispatch from outside the building, with the exception of students requiring use of the set-up room, (for example – bi/mono ski).  There will be no parking at the building. The parking lots will be used for dropping off students, giving out equipment and dispatching lessons only.  Participants should arrive ready to ski/ride.   Arrival times will be staggered to allow for social distancing and to ease congestion in the drop-off area.