Adapted snow skiing is an awesome experience. I had skied before my spinal cord injury and stupidly hesitated to get right back into the sport again.

When I finally did, after way too long of a delay, I was surprised how much alike it was to snow skiing for able-bodied skiers. My first skiing experience after my SCI was at Mount Snow Vermont one of the nicest resorts on the East Coast. I was surprised at the low-cost and they actually gave my brother a lift ticket forhelping me ski. My instructor stayed with me during my lesson and taught me how to handle the ski, as well as making sure my skiing experience was safe and exciting. I’ve since been skiing at Wyndham Mountain which has one of the premier adapted skiing programs in the country. They have over 180 volunteers that help adapted skiers throughout the entire ski season.

Snow skiing can be experienced by people with very high levels of disability in a very mild setting or can be a super high adrenaline extreme experience for those who learn to become expert skiers. The choice is up to you, but I highly recommend you try to find a program near you, and get out and enjoy.

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