Enriching Lives Through Adaptive Recreation
At Arizona Snowbowl, we believe there are no limits to learning to ski or snowboard. High Country Adaptive Sports (formerly known as NAASA) at Arizona Snowbowl offers a specialized adaptive skiing/snowboarding program to help build your confidence, improve your fitness level, make friends in the community, and find a new passion for winter sports.
HCAS believes that sliding on snow should be accessible to everyone, and strives to exemplify this daily, by providing safe and effective ski and ride lessons. HCAS’s Professionally certified and passionate ski instructors are able to put anyone with any kind of disability on snow. Lesson disciplines include: Visually impaired, cognitive, Bi-Ski, Monoski, Tetra-Ski, and 3 and 4 track.
Lessons are held weekly, Wednesdays-Sundays, from January 1st – End of March. Lessons are offered in Full Day, AM, and PM half-day packages. To schedule your on-snow experience, please create a Student account at https://hcas.accountsx.com.
If you are interested in spending time on the mountain while making a difference in the lives of others, HCAS also has a long-standing and committed volunteer program. Come spend time on snow, meet new people, and positively impact the community around you. To sign up to volunteer, please make a Staff account at https://hcas.accountsx.com.
For more information on both our winter and summer programs, please visit highcountryadaptive.org or contact us at [email protected] or 928-525-4084.
Arizona Snowbowl supports Special Olympics Arizona and hosts the annual Special Olympics Winter Games in Alpine Skiing and Snowboarding.