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Thank you for a great season! Alpine Meadows is closed for the 2012-13 winter season. We'll see you next year!
Disabled Sports USA Far West leads the way in adaptive sports and recreation for people with disabilities. With over 40 years experience, their trained staff and volunteers guide people with disabilities in discovering life without limits.
Disabled Sports USA Far West's Program Center provides adaptive ski and snowboard lessons at Alpine Meadows and Squaw Valley resorts.
They are a PSIA Member Ski School (Professional Ski Instructors of America). Their PSIA certified instructors and trained volunteers make skiing or snowboarding possible for anyone with physical, sensory or intellectual disabilities.
For more information on DSUSAFW's programs, please see their website.
To start exploring Disabled Sports' limitless options the right way, watch the videos below. They are sure to fire up your sense of adventure, motivate you to discover winter sports, and meet new friends who love the snow - guaranteed!
That's the motto at Disabled Sports; and for more than 40 years, the program directors, volunteers, and student athletes have lived the motto every day. Disabled Sports believes that people with disablities want and have the ability or power to do something great for themselves. We encourage individuals to evolve by removing limitations; and by exploring possibilities. Disabled Sports knows that physical activity is crucial to unlocking that power. Disabled Sports' programs develop ability by helping to:
To learn more about the history; Disabled Sports programs and adaptive equipment; and how to try winter sports, visit the Disabled Sports USA, Far West website.