Learn to Ski & Snowboard

Adaptive Ski & Snowboard School Closed for Summer!  

open after November 1st, 2017

 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. OR Call:  907-783-2925

 

Go to Lesson Times and Rates

Go to Scholarships

 

Fall 2016 Participant Paperwork coming soon!

 


 

What a great thing to do! Sliding down a mountain on beautiful crystals of snow. Regardless of your abilities or experience, the trained staff and instructors at Challenge Alaska will set you up for success. We are comfortable and familiar working with individuals with all types of disabilities; physical, cognitive, developmental, or any combination. Many lessons go out with standard ski or
snowboard equipment.


Lesson Times and Rates

Half day lessons:  $85

Full day lessons:  $170.

Lessons at Challenge Alaska are based from our 4,500 square foot, accessible, ski in/ski out chalet located on the slopes of Mt. Alyeska Resort in Girdwood, Alaska, and include the following.

Please call several days in advance to schedule lessons.

Please show up at least one half hour early for equipment fitting, assessment, and paperwork.

Participants should come dressed for cold weather. This includes synthetic clothing (not cotton), hats, gloves, warm socks, winter coats and snow pants.

We encourage family and friends to come down and ski with our students in an inclusive experience, or watch lessons from the comfort of our chalet and share the smiles and successes.

Please call (907) 783-2925, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to schedule lessons
or for more information. Thanks for you participation.

Please visit the Ski School General Information page or the Volunteer Instructor page to learn more about the program, building, training and instructors.


 

Scholarships

Challenge will not turn away any student because of inability to pay full price. Simple, one page, EZ Scholarship forms are available and we encourage you to ask us about adjustments to lesson fees. In order to support the program and make services available to as many as possible, we encourage students to pay what they can afford.