SEASONAL ACTIVITIES > Spring & Summer
Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports started as a small ski program in southeastern Vermont in 1987. Since then our Snowsports program has grown to be the largest in the State, currently offering skiing and snowboarding at Pico Mountain, Sugarbush Resort and Bolton Valley. We also assist other resorts to help make accommodations when possible. We offer lessons to individuals of all ages with any disability seven days a week during the ski season. The season generally runs from Dec. 26 through the first week in April.
- Alpine Skiing
- Cross Country Skiing
- Other winter activities available upon request - what would you like to do? We can make it happen!
Spring and summer afford us the opportunity to get outside and enjoy all that Vermont and its wilderness has to offer! Whether its tandem cycling along the Burlington Bike Path nestled next to Lake Champlain, kayaking or canoeing on one of Vermont’s many lakes and ponds, hiking through the Green Mountains, horseback riding, indoor rock climbing, or setting sail – either recreationally or racing – on Lake Champlain, Vermont Adaptive’s programming continues daily throughout the summer in various locations across the state.
If you’re looking for a kids and family camp, group trips or perhaps an event to attend, participate in or volunteer for, Vermont Adaptive has a great summer calendar for you as well. Click through to our summer pages to learn more about what’s in store in the warmer months at Vermont Adaptive!
Paddling - kayak or canoe
Indoor Rock Climbing
Here at Vermont Adaptive we use many different techniques and equipment. Our techniques we derive from professional standards and organizations and we keep a current inventory of adaptive equipment. In reality there is simply not enough space to cover every technique and piece of equipment out there. Many of these are merely the starting point and then adapted to fit the individuals need as the lesson progresses. Every lesson we teach is tailored for the individual. Equipment and teaching techniques are constantly changing and evolving as technology advances.