They offer adapted skiing for people with disabilities through Beech Mountain Adaptive Snowsports Center.
Ski Beech is dedicated to the philosophy of universal programming. Over the past 20 years, Ski Beech has hosted the annual 4-day "Adaptive Learn to Ski and Race Clinic" sponsored by the National Handicapped Sports of Atlanta and Disabled Sports USA. In the 1999-2000 season the Beech Mountain Adaptive Snowsports Center was created to provide a full season of adaptive snowsports opportunities for a large number of participants.
The center offers one hour as well as as half and day lessons. participants must call ahead to ensure availability of adaptive instructor, volunteers and equipment.
Sit-Down Snowsports: Mono-ski/Bi-skiStand-Up Snowsports: Three-Track, Four-Track, Snowboard Visually Impaired, Cognitive and Developmental Disabilities
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