Annie’s House is a one level, 11,500 square foot visitor left that replaced the previous chalet at Bottineau Winter Park with a new facility designed to accommodate the needs of skiers with both physical and cognitive disabilities from across North Dakota and neighboring Manitoba. Approximately 50% of the public space in the new facility will support the adaptive ski program and needs of disabled skiers and their families. This will be the first facility in North Dakota focused on empowering disabled skiers and their families to enjoy outdoor sports during winter while also providing a year-round facility to accommodate other adaptive sports, and local events.
Annie’s House will provide an integrated, adaptive ski facility and program to accommodate the special needs of disabled children and young adults with both cognitive disabilities such as autism, mental retardation, and Downs Syndrome, and physical disabilities such as blindness, cerebral palsy, and spinal cord injuries. In addition, Annie’s House will be designed to provide adaptive ski equipment and programs for wounded warriors who returned from Iraq and Afghanistan challenged with physical disabilities resulting from amputation and traumatic brain injury.
Event details and schedule
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Parking accommodations will available at BWP
*Race packet pick-up starts at 8:00 am on race day.
*Make sure you have ID *Sign hard copies of waivers *Get a meal voucher *Get your T Shirt!
First wave starts at 10 AM with additional waves every 30 minutes.