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Skiing with Disabilities

  1. Ski Areas Adaptive Programs – Keystone & Breckenridge

    National Ski Council Federation

    Keystone has a year-round adaptive program and is run through the Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center.  Headquartered at The Mountain House at Keystone Resort at the base of Discovery Lift, the Keystone Adaptive Center provides alpine, skiing and snowboarding lessons to people with disabilities and other special needs.   Lessons are conducted on a personalized, one-on-one basis, […]

  2. 3 Life Lessons Adaptive Students Teach Their Ski Instructors

    National Ski Council Federation

    Every day is different if you are an adaptive ski instructor. Names, faces, equipment and disabilities constantly vary and instructors need to be on their toes in order to keep up. But there’s one thing that always remains the same: the learning curve. Surprisingly, we’re not talking about the skills the student learns on the […]

  3. SNOWSPORTS FOR DISABLED ATHLETES – LIBERTY AND WHITETAIL MOUNTAIN RESORTS, PENNSYLVANIA

    National Ski Council Federation

    We had a marvelous day skiing on Martin Luther King Day — traditionally one of the busiest ski and snowboard days of the year. But the snow was perfect, the weather was warm, and the many thousands of people, from numerous countries, skied in control and showed respect for those around them. Very few people […]

  4. Dianna Digiandomenico: Her Amazing Story

    National Ski Council Federation

    Dianna Digiandomenico has been an inspiration to all The Unrecables since we met her on her 1st Mammoth ski trip. Dianna had only been skiing for 7 weeks and now skied the whole mountain! All of use were in awe! And we still are! Especially after learning that less than 4 years earlier, Dianna was […]

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