Adaptive Ski Programs
Downhill Skiing Opportunities for Every Individual
The Calabogie Adaptive Ski Program was established in 2003. As a member of the Canadian Adaptive Snowsports, (CADS) National Capital Division, they take pride in providing people with disabilities the opportunity to learn the basics of downhill skiing.
In addition to supporting Calabogie’s “Weekday School Program,” approximately 20 CADS-certified volunteer instructors assisted by 40 to 50 trained volunteers offer a Sunday morning and afternoon skiing programs to children and adults with disabilities.
Our Focus is on Ability, Not Disability
In addition to learning how to ski, the program’s goals are to increase self-awareness and confidence for those individuals who normally might be shut-ins during the winter months. As a charitable organization, this program requires a good number of volunteers; your support is greatly appreciated.
For Registration or Volunteer information, please contact the Calabogie Adaptive Program by clicking here.
Encouraging people with disabilities to embrace what they’re capable of
is at the heart of this program, no matter what walk of life they may come from
Thank You, Volunteers
More than 20 CADS-certified volunteer instructors and over 50 trained volunteers work together to ensure children and adults with disabilities get to enjoy a day of fun on the slopes. As a charitable initiative, this program depends on dedicated volunteers, and we’re incredibly thankful for their continued hard work, welcoming attitude, and passion for the program.