Snow Sports

Play in the Snow

Vermont is known for its creative ways to play in the snow. At Vermont Adaptive, we ensure that everyBODY has an opportunity to make the most of winter. We work with partner resorts as well as outdoor centers statewide to offer individualized activities for youth and adults with disabilities.

Snow sports include:

  • Alpine Skiing
  • Snowboarding
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Snowshoe
  • Groups activities
  • You name it: What would you like to do? We can make it happen! Contact us to design your own snow adventure.


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Winter at Its Best

In 1987, Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports started as a small ski program in southeastern Vermont. Since then our Snowsports program has grown to be the largest in the State,

We currently offer skiing and snowboarding at Pico Mountain/Killington Resort, Sugarbush Resort, and Bolton Valley Ski Area. We also assist other resorts to help make accommodations when possible.


On the Snow Every Day

Vermont Adaptive staff and trained volunteers 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.

At Vermont Adaptive, we use many different techniques and equipment for our year-round programs. We derive our techniques from professional standards and organizations who, like us, are experts in the field of adaptive sports. We keep a current inventory of adaptive equipment that is adapted to fit the individual’s need as the lesson progresses. Every lesson we teach is tailored for each individual and each program.


More than Snow

Didn’t find what you’re looking for on this page? Check out our other year-round programs for more adventures. You are welcome to contact us to create your own adventure too!


Reserve Your Spot

Get on the snow now! Go to our winter programs reservation page to claim your spot. If you are not already a Vermont Adaptive participant, you must first complete a participant profile to register with us. Payment is required when you reserve your time. Please give us two weeks notice before you plan to visit us as our space is limited.

Cancellations: Please call to cancel no later than 24 hours before your reservation. If you cancel with less than 24 hours notice, you will be charged 50% of your program fee. No call-no show participants will be charged the full program fee.

Renting Our Equipment

We allow experienced adaptive athletes the option to rent our equipment and use it without the assistance of our staff and volunteers. Adaptive renters will be required to show basic knowledge of adaptive equipment. Equipment must remain onsite at the host mountain. Traditional alpine skis and snowboards available for rent. Nordic skis, boots and snowshoes also may be available. Please contact us at 802.786.4991 for more information.

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