SkiAble Adaptive Alpine Experience

Event Date

Sun, Feb 9, 2014


Greer, AZ

About This Activity


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Reg. Fees

  • Adult Full Day (18+) - $75
  • Adult Half Day (18+) - $55
  • Youth (13 - 17) Full Day - $50
  • Youth (13 - 17) Half Day - $40
  • Child (12 & U) Full Day - $45
  • Child (12 & U) Half Day - $35

    Half-day lessons are available 9am-12pm or 1pm-4pm on Sunday or 1pm-4pm on Monday/Tuesday.
    Full-day lessons are from 9am-4pm.

  • Registration Closing Info.

    It is recommended that reservations be made as soon as possible. Lesson days fill quickly. Registration is on a first come, first serve basis and will close when lesson days are full or 1/31/14 depending on which comes first.

    Medical History

    A physician?s approval to participate is not required, unless you have had surgery within the past year. You are strongly encouraged to consult your physician if you have concerns or questions regarding your ability to participate in an outdoor experiential program.


    If needing to cancel a reservation, please advice Lane Gram at 480.835.6273. Refunds will be given if a lesson is canceled by January 31, 2014 at 5 p.m. (MST). Refunds will not be allowed after that date and time.

    Ski Information

    Due to the nature of adaptive ski equipment and to help ensure the safety of all our participants, there is a 220 lb weight limit for all students who use sit down equipment.


    One lesson per person. Email to sign-up for the wait list to reserve a second full-day lesson. Wait list participants will be confirmed after registration deadline of January 31, 2014 at 5:00pm.

    SkiAble is an annual event in the mountains of Arizona for individuals with permanent physical disabilities. The cooperative program provides an opportunity for beginner, intermediate and advanced skiers to experience the thrill of the downhill sport.

    Athletes include, but are not limited to, those with amputations, cerebral palsy, dwarfism, muscular dystrophy, spina bifida, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury and visual impairments. Athletes may be ambulatory or use mobility aides such as prosthetics or a manual or power wheelchair.

    This event is hosted by Arizona Disabled Sports, the City of Mesa?s Adaptive Sports Program, Sunrise Adaptive Sports and Sunrise Ski Park. Adaptive Instructors from the Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center in Colorado travel to the event to assist with lessons.

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