With a fresh approach and specialized equipment, the adaptive skiing programme is devised for you to reexperience or discover sensations similar to alpine skiing. As they guide you on-mountain, certified instructors help you perfect your technique, ensuring yours is an unforgettable experience!
Types of lessons offered
Technical Assistance | Persons with visual impairments
Three-Track Skiing with Crutch-Skis (Stabilos) | Single-leg amputees
Four-Track Skiing with Crutch-Skis (Stabilos) | Persons with motor skill difficulties
Sit-Skiing with Crutch-Skis (Stabilos) | Paraplegics with strong upper body / arms
Each adaptive lesson includes
Day Lift Tickets for one disabled client and their companion
Adaptive Ski Equipment
Equipment Adjustments and preparations for departure
1.5 hours Learning & Support Session [1/1 student/instructor ratio]
1.5 hours clinic
Bloc de 6 heures
Rates are in Canaidan dollars. Taxes not included. At the ticketing (for adaptive skiing without a lesson): the disabled skier pays 50% of its lift ticket and rental (if necessary) at Sports Alpins rental. If he needs assistance, this rate also applies to his attendant.