We provide the most advanced and personalized adaptive ski instruction. Our goal is to extend the thrill of skiing and snowboarding to guests of all ages and disabilities. We have a large variety of adaptive equipment and try to assess all individual needs prior to arrival to ensure that the appropriate equipment is available.
Foresight Blind Ski Guides
Foresight is a nonprofit organization that provides ski guides to individuals who are blind or visually impaired and wish to ski or snowboard without partaking in lessons.
Vail Veterans Program
Created by Cheryl Jensen, the mission of the Vail Veterans program is to provide recent US military veterans the opportunity to learn to ski or snowboard while focusing on their abilities, not disabilities. The program offers a positive transition for the veterans and their families into life with their disability, allowing them to experience the thrill of skiing and riding and overcoming adversity to get back on the mountain.
Go to www.vailveteransprogram.com for more information
Small Champions is a grass roots charitable foundation providing sports programs for children with disabilities residing in Eagle County. The Small Champions program introduces a wide variety of sports to each of its participants including skiing and snowboarding. The Vail Adaptive Program provides one on one lessons throughout the season for these children where they can learn new skills, gain confidence and develop meaningful and lasting relationships with their instructors and fellow participants.
Go to http://www.smallchampions.org/ for more information.
Project Victory was established to provide recreational education to troubled youth in order to develop strength and skills needed to lead a productive adult life. Through relationships with Vail Ski and Snowboard School instructors, participants learn not only to ski and snowboard, but also skills that promote trust, teamwork, responsibility, and respect for others. Project Victory began in 1997 with fifteen middle school students from Denver, Colorado and continues nearly thirteen years later encouraging self-esteem, confidence and accomplishment.
For more information, contact the Vail Adaptive Program at (970) 754-3264 or firstname.lastname@example.org.