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My name is Alexander Lowry and I am a senior at the University of Vermont studying Exercise Science with a minor in Nutrition. I am originally from Framingham, Massachusetts, a suburban town just outside of Boston. I had the pleasure of interning with Vermont Adaptive…

By Aiden Bass, intern at our Sugarbush location, Winter 2019-2020 Today is April 10, 2020 in the Green Mountains and the snow is piling up on my deck. Usually, I would have set my alarm to 5:30 am and gone to the mountain to get…

The Chill Foundation and Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports, two nonprofits with roots in Vermont, are excited to announce a new adaptive skateboarding program for people with disabilities. The unique program consists of three sessions where participants with varying abilities receive specialized instruction in skateboarding…

Every day I am inspired by the resilience of our Vermont Adaptive community members – athletes, families and volunteers who continue to thrive while facing the challenges of disability. This year has put that resilience to the test! Like many other organizations, we’ve had to adapt…

By Molly Tobin, Intern at Vermont Adaptive I feel beyond privileged to have been able to work with Vermont Adaptive Ski & Sports for the last year as an intern. It is hard to put into words how rewarding and fulfilling an experience it has…

We’re excited to share some updates with you about our new adaptive sports facility at Mt. Ellen at Sugarbush. We have successfully overcome challenges of permitting and have several in hand.  A few final adjustments remain with the Agency of Natural Resources and the fire…

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