Archive for the 'Programs: Winter' Category

USABA participants and guides at Pico Mountain Feb 2016

By Hunter Hedenberg, guest blogger This coming weekend marks the 10th anniversary of the United States Association of Blind Athletes (USABA) and Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports working together at Pico Mountain to host a weekend long event for athletes from around the country who…

CORE Connections Yoga Class

By Hunter Hedenberg, guest blogger Research shows that it takes a minimum of 21 days to change the way your brain thinks about habits. Vermont Adaptive’s C.O.R.E. Connections wellness program are for just three to five days depending on the season, but a fun, day…

Kerry skis Pico Mountain

I wanted to send a quick note just thanking every single instructor that I had yesterday! Every one of them helped in different ways, I think most importantly, giving me the courage and confidence to tackle a harder trail than I have ever skied before....without…

Guest Blogger Hunter Hedenberg preps for the first day of the 2016-2017 ski season.

By Hunter Hedenberg, guest blogger  It’s hard to tell what kind of person someone is when the only information you have is what color ski helmet you’re looking for. But if that person is standing in extremely cold weather on the top of Mt. Ellen…

2017 Program Guide cover photo cropped

2017 Vermont Adaptive Ski & Sports Programs Now presenting....our 2017 program guide! Explore our year-round programs and featured stories for our 2017 program year. This magazine profiles our ski and snowboard team, programs for veterans, and some special donors who made legacy gifts. For the…

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