Archive for the 'Programs: Winter' Category

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…

As we find ourselves wallowing in our own self isolations, held up at home from the threat of an untimely viral outbreak, I keep finding myself looking back on the winter of 2019/2020. My entire winter was purely defined by my work with the Vermont…

March 13, 2020 Dear Vermont Adaptive Friends, It is with heavy hearts that we announce that all Vermont Adaptive programs are suspended for the remainder of the 2019-2020 winter season, effective at the end of the day today, Friday, March 13. If you have reservations…

March 11, 2020 Dear Vermont Adaptive Friends, We have been monitoring the ongoing health situation related to Coronavirus/COVID-19. The health and safety of our participants, volunteers, staff, and community at large here at Vermont Adaptive is our top priority. In our ongoing efforts to protect…

Peter Apgar lost his vision when he was 21. Shortly afterwards, this lifelong skier started skiing with Vermont Adaptive. His first time out on the hill with us was nearly 20 years ago, but he took a 10-year hiatus while he lived in Washington D.C.…

By Hunter Hedenberg When Kyle Easton first started skiing, he absolutely refused to take a black diamond trail. He insisted that they were too dangerous and too difficult. He started skiing when he was eight- or nine-years-old, and continued with Vermont Adaptive until he was…

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