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Adaptive Sports Program New Mexico

Adaptive skiing in the Southwest is increasingly popular because of its blue skies and warmer day temperatures. Yet it is the warm feel of the people involved in the Adaptive Sports Program that make skiing in the Southwest the absolute best!

Since 1985, the Adaptive Sports Program has offered safe and supportive alpine ski lessons for adults and children (five years & older) with a wide array of disabilities. Lessons take place at Sandia Peak outside of Albuquerque and at Ski Santa Fe, 14 miles from the Santa Fe Plaza. Instruction is available in 2 track, 3 track, 4 track, blind, deaf, mono-ski, bi-ski & snowboarding.

Our services are available to, but not limited to, those who have the following disabilities:

Developmental Delays
Spinal cord injury
Cerebral Palsy
Amputation
Spina Bifida
Traumatic brain injury
Muscular Dystrophy
Down Syndrome
Multiple Sclerosis
Critical illness
Vision or hearing challenges
Attention deficit/learning issues
Autism or Aspergers Syndrome
Post Polio or Stroke
and more...