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2019 Adapted Ski and Ride Summit

Adapted Ski and Snowboard Summer Training Camp for Instructors

June 2-7, 2019

The Adapted Ski and Ride Summit is a unique training opportunity for volunteer and professional instructors of any experience level to ski, ride and learn with nationally acclaimed presenters at one of the world’s best summer snowsports training venues. The Summit provides networking opportunities, hands-on learning in a fun and supportive atmosphere, and exploration of innovative equipment and teaching methods to apply in your lessons or training programs next winter.


The Summit offers five mornings of on-snow clinics covering teaching and technical aspects of adapted snowsports from breakthrough technology to effectively teaching all types of learners, New this year is a 4-day TetraSki workshop focused on teaching and tethering the new joystick or Sip and Puff controlled biski that allows skiers with complex disabilities to control their turn shape and speed. Afternoon workshops highlight topics best covered off-snow and are followed by time for waterfall hikes or casually sipping a glass of wine on the lodge porch.


"The Summit is an amazing experience. Something here for everyone"! –Ann, Summit attendee

HOSTED BY:     Beth Fox and Padraig’s PlaceFeaturing nationally acclaimed presenters

WHEN: June 3-7, 2019 (Arrive June 2nd evening)

WHERE: Timberline Lodge Ski Area, Government Camp, Oregon, USA WHO: Ski and Ride Instructors, Non-Profit Program and Resort School Managers, Volunteers and Pros*

FEE: $649 – Full Week. Register by March 15, 2018 $750 – Late Registration. Full Week. Register by April 15, 2018 $130 - Single Day. No Lodging or Meals

INCLUDES: Lodging Sunday- Friday morning check-out, two meals per day Monday - Thursday and breakfast Friday, clinic fees, and daily tickets. Kitchen available at the lodge for cooking dinners.

TO REGISTER: Call Beth Fox at 970-531-2899 or email:


Attendees should have at least strong intermediate skiing or riding skills and able to safely navigate harder blue and blue/black terrain in firm or soft conditions.


*Contact your PSIA Division to request clinic credit for attending this event.

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