Adaptive Ski Programs
At Big White Ski Resort we want everybody to be able to enjoy the beauty of our surroundings and the exhilaration of winter sports.
Big White Ski and Board School, working in conjunction with People in Motion, is proud to offer a brand new Adaptive Skiing program for our destination guests. Our trained and certified instructors will get you out and enjoying the slopes on whatever equipment is required.
For people with physical disabilities we offer adaptive ski coaching that includes downhill Sit-Ski, Mono-Ski and Bi-Ski as well as 3-track and 4-track instruction. We have instructors who are qualified to teach children and adults with cognitive/developmental disabilities, ADD/ADHD, Autism Spectrum as well as visual/hearing impairments, and can provide multiple instructors or guides if necessary at no extra cost.
2 hours Adaptive Ski Coaching
Lift Tickets 50% off with proof of BCAS membership
Pre-booking required at least 48hrs in advance in order to assess instructor and equipment availability.
Looking to Stay the Weekend?
Contact Central Reservations to book one weekend in some of our fantastic accommodation. We have a number of properties that are wheelchair accessible.
Adaptive Ski Programs for Locals
Powder Hounds Adaptive Ski Program is part of People in Motion, a non-profit society located out of Kelowna, BC, Canada. This adaptive ski program is available to children and adults with disabilities who wish to participate in downhill skiing. The program is designed to meet the needs of athletes who are either intellectually, physically or visually disabled. The program runs 7 days a week during the regular Big White ski season.
There is no typical day for our clients! The individual needs, challenges and desires of each client are reviewed and discussed in advance by our staff. We then develop a plan to ensure a successful and fun ski day for the client. We encourage family members to join in and guarantee an amazing ski experience for the whole family. All equipment and support volunteers are provided and therefore booking ahead of time is strongly encouraged to ensure availability. There is a $10 fee to join People In Motion and have full use of the equipment. The program graciously accepts donations to ensure continued success.
The Powder Hounds Adaptive Ski Club was recognized in 2007/08 as the "Best Adaptive Ski Club in Canada" by Ski Canada magazine. We have entertained clients from all over Canada, the USA and the rest of the world including Dubai, Great Britain, and Australia.
For further information and bookings please contact the People In Motion office at: 250.861.3302.