A relative of adaptive alpine (downhill) skiing, Nordic skiing offers many of the same benefits—and a few advantages—over its sister sport. Both exercise the body and mind, increasing strength, flexibility, and endurance and offering the opportunity to participate side-by-side with able-bodied friends and family members.
With advances in adaptive technology people with a wide range of disabilities—multiple sclerosis, amputation, cerebral palsy, stroke, brain injury, blind, paraplegia and quadriplegia, and many more to enjoy the trails. We provide adaptive equipment to accommodate nearly every level of skier and disability; each program varies, so it’s best to call ahead to make sure they can accommodate you with both equipment and an instructor on the day you want to ski.
The Highland Games at Loon Mountain are a blast for family and friends of all ages. Come be a part of it in the fall!
To participate and volunteer in the adaptive portion Highland Games contact New England Disabled Sports at 603-745-9333 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This annual event is a wonderful end to the golf season. A fantastic golf outing and auction held at Owl's Nest Golf Club in Campton, NH.
2012 - 2015