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BC Adaptive Snowsports (previously Disabled Skiers Association of BC)

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BC adaptive Snowsports promotes and provides skiing and snowboarding programs and services to all people with disabilities in BC as a form of recreation and rehabilitation. There are 12 adaptive snow sport club programs in BC.

Programs are provided in the Kootenays, Okanagan, Fraser Valley, Lower Mainland, Whistler, Vancouver Island and the North East. Representatives of each zone determine programs and events according to the needs of participants. Contact each zone for more information (contact can be found on the website provided below).

1. BC Adaptive Snowsports membership:

  • Membership per annum is $53.00 for an individual with disability and $48.00 for a volunteer; membership year runs from October 1st to September 30th.
  • Membership includes access to beginners and advanced programs, participation in province-wide events, special rates on adapted equipment, lift tickets, accommodation and much more. To apply, click here.
  • Adapted equipment must be obtained through the BC Adaptive Snowsports' region, which operates at numerous resorts.

2. Snowbility Equipment Access Program Grant

  • This BC Adaptive Snowsports program provides affordable access and financial assistance for equipment needs - athletes can get up to 75% of the cost covered.

For more information:

Visit the website here.

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