Winter Sports

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We’re so grateful to the LOF and NEHSA volunteers who made our 2015 snow season possible and to Mt. Southington for hosting! Great things happened on those slopes this season! Check out this video from NBC Connecticut
LOF Adaptive Skiers offers beginner to intermediate recreational snow skiing and snowboarding through our partners NEHSA and  Mt. Southington Ski Resort in CT. Snow Skiing & Snowboarding We host programs for individuals to help you learn to snow ski or snowboard. Instruction: Beginner to Advanced Levels Available


Eligibility: Check Event Calendar for Eligibility requirements. Time: Clinics start promptly at 9:00AM and end at 4:00PM.

Location: Clinics take place at Mt. Southington Ski Resort unless otherwise notated. Fee: Our Winter Sports Programs are free of charge for individuals with disabilities or special needs. Includes instruction, food, refreshments and equipment.

However, A $30 fully refundable deposit is required to secure your registration. Your deposit will be fully refunded in full the day of the event or you can choose to donate it to help us build our winter sports  programming.  Make checks payable to LOF Adaptive Skiers. Address:  PO Box 3505, Newtown CT 06470

Cancellations: If it’s necessary to cancel your scheduled event we require that you give at least 24 hours notice. Adaptive Snow Ski Instruction is in high demand and your early cancellation will give another person an opportunity to learn to ski and advance in the sport.

Registration:  Advance registration required (same-day registration NOT available). Registration is processed on a first come, first served basis.

What to Expect Our classes are personal, professional and designed to give individuals with disabilities or special needs greater physical independence through adaptive sports. Whether you’re new to skiing/boarding or have been on the slopes for years, you can expect quality programs from great instructors tailored to help you meet and exceed your goals. Programs typically have 15 students per clinic. Between ski and boarding runs, you will have several opportunities to relax slope side or in the lodge and socialize with other participants.

What to Bring

  • Winter Jacket
  • Winter Gloves
  • Hat
  • Snow Pants
  • Helmet (if you have your own)
  • Your own brown bag lunch if you have special dietary needs
  • Your best attitude!

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