Keystone Adaptive Center
Headquartered at Keystone Ski Resort in the Mountain House at the base of Discovery Lift, the Keystone Adaptive Center provides alpine skiing and snowboarding lessons to people with disabilities and other special needs. The Adaptive Center subscribes to the standards of the Professional Ski Instructors of America (PSIA) and provides high quality instruction in all disciplines of adaptive skiing and snowboarding, including but not limited to four-track, visually impaired, three-track, autism, learning delays, mono-skiing, and bi-skiing. Lessons are conducted on a personalized, one-on-one basis, and fees include all instruction, on-hill guiding and support, rental and specialized equipment and lift ticket.
The Keystone Ski Resort provides a remarkable place to ski, including varied beginner to advanced ski terrain, cat-skiing, night skiing, easy access and slope-side free accessible parking, legendary 4-mile long Schoolmarm, A-51 terrain park and a hospitable resort town.
The Keystone Adaptive Center is a private, non-profit educational center and is operated by the Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center, a world-renowned adaptive sports program that has provided a wide range of adaptive outdoor experiences for over 40 years. In addition to the ski lessons offered in winter, the BOEC also offers summer programs such as customized courses for groups and professional organizations featuring rock climbing, river trips, ropes course and more.
Call (800) 383-2632 or (970) 453-5633 for more information.
Please ask about Cat skiing for upper level skiers; includes Mono-ski accessibility.