No matter what your disability there is no reason not to get involved on the slopes. Most slopes and clubs have facilities for disabled skiers. There have been many advances in equipment in recent years which has made the sport even more accessible for anyone who wants to have a go.

There are a number of Snowsport England affiliated clubs that offer disability skiing:

Aldershot Snowpsorts for the Disabled








Gloucester Ski Club for the Disabled




Kendal Snowsports Club




Lions Ski Club




Midlands Ski Club




Norfolk Snowsports Club




Solent Ski Club for the Disabled




Southern Disabled Ski Clubs




 These are Lions, Kendal, Midlands, Norwich, Gloucester, Exeter, Solent Ski Club for the Disabled, Aldershot Snowsports for the Disabled and Southern Disabled Ski Clubs. To find contact information for these please go to the club finder and they will welcome you along to their club sessions.

If you are not near any of these clubs you can get lessons with Disability Snowsport UK (DSUK). DSUK provides a number of opportunities to take part, below is an overview of what, where and how to get involved.www.disabilitysnowsport.org.uk

Lessons are available at a number of locations across the UK to find a full list and the cost of lessons please visit the DSUK website lesson section, English locations are listed below:

  • Manchester – ChillFactore
  • Castleford - SNOZone
  • Tamworth – SnowDome
  • Hemel Hempstead - Snow Centre
  • Milton Keynes - SNOZone

To find out times and book a ski or snowboard lesson(s) or buy a lesson voucher phone DSUK on 0845 521 9338 or email lessons@disabilitysnowsport.org.uk .

Please note DSUK cannot guarantee lessons for adaptive snowboarding at every location

For more information about racing, please see www.ipc-alpineskiing.org or contact the British Disabled Ski Team, David Chugg, Team Manager on davechugg@disabilitysnowsport.org.uk


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