Adaptive Snow Skiing
When cabin fever strikes, schussing the slopes clears the mind and invigorates the soul. Adaptive equipment puts people with disabilities on snow-groomed runs for recreation and competition.
Downhill Ski Clinic - January 25, 2014
Downhill skiing is available to individuals with various types of disabilities including spinal cord injury, visual impairment, sensory impairment, amputee, brain injury, stroke, and developmental disabilities. The sport offers a physical workout, social networking, and an exciting winter recreational activity. Professional volunteers, provided by the Cannonsburg Challenged Ski Association (CCSA), a chapter of Disabled Sports/USA, will be working specifically with you.
More Information About Adaptive Downhill Skiing
Mary Free Bed Wheelchair and Adaptive Sports Program
235 Wealthy SE
Grand Rapids, MI
This program is in partnership with Kentwood Parks and Recreation.