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Free Adaptive Weekend, RESCHEDULED for April 9th and 10th

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Free Adaptive Weekend, March 12th & 13th


Shasta Disabled Sports USA is hosting their annual Free Adaptive Weekend at the Mt. Shasta Ski Park Saturday and Sunday, April 9th and 10th from 9am-4:00pm. This event offers free adaptive skiing for those who need assistance to enjoy the wonderful snow on the slopes of Mt. Shasta.

People of all ages and adaptive needs are welcome to participate in this unique program. Each day, three 1 1/2 hour lesson times are available for students to attend: 9:30am, noon and 2pm. The Mt. Shasta Ski Park makes this event possible by providing free rental equipment and lift tickets for all participants and volunteers.

SDS will have an information table in the Ski Park’s Upper Lodge, and will be holding a raffle drawing each day at 4:30pm in Slider’s Lounge in the Ski Park’s Upper Lodge. All raffle proceeds go directly to the winter and summer programs that Shasta Disabled Sports provides to the special needs community each year.

Lesson times fill up quickly for this event and reservations are required, so call ahead to make your reservations soon.

For more information or to make reservations, call (530) 925-1531 or email

Winter 2016 Newsletter

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Powder lines at the top of coyote butte

Fundraising updates, winter plans, and our winter schedule.

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Winter is Here!

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Broadway Ridge on Mt. Shasta

It appears that we are going to have a real Mt. Shasta Winter again. The Mount Shasta Ski Park is open with 5 feet of snow at the top of Douglas chair lift. The skiing has been phenomenal!

Shasta Disabled Sports plans to offer all our usual winter events. See the right sidebar for scheduled events.

In addition, we will be offering the Ski Buddy Program to all members. Ski buddies are volunteers team up with skiers with special needs that need some help on the slopes. Members can participate in this program on any day at any time. Just call or email us to make a reservation and give us about a week's notice so we can make arrangements.

See you on the slopes!

Backcountry Film Festival

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Join us at the Backcountry Film Festival on Saturday, January 10th. We will be selling Patagonia ski pants. Proceeds go towards Shasta Disabled Sports and the Mount Shasta Nordic Center.

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2015 Season is On

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The Mount Shasta Ski Park opened on December 20th. The weather has been cold and the groomed runs are in great condition. We plan on offering our usual winter adaptive programs including the ski buddy program and the Free Adaptive Weekend. Check out out schedule.

Out on a Limb

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Vasu Sojitra: Out on a Limb from T-Bar Films on Vimeo.

Some winter inspiration from T-Bar Films.

Bowling at Cedar Lanes, Weed, CA

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We may not have enough snow for skiing this winter, but that does not mean we can't have some fun. Come join us in Weed, CA at Cedar Lanes Bowling Alley for an afternoon of bowling.

We will pay for two games and pizza and soda. Event starts at noon and continues till 3:00 or until you are done with your games. We will have volunteers on hand to help out as needed.

Date and Time: Sunday, February 9th, 2014; Noon - 3 p.m.

Call us for more information and to make reservations. 530-925-1531.

To Ski or Not to Ski

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Ski Park in 2003. What we hope it will look like soon.

So far we have had a snowless winter making our schedule of events difficult to hold. But we decided to publish a winter newsletter anyway.

In this issue:

  • Holiday Fundraising Update
  • Winter Schedule
  • The Ski Buddy Program
  • Gold Sponsorships
  • Becoming a Member

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2012 Winter Newsletter

2012 Winter Newsletter is available for download. In this issue:

- Summer Wrapup
- Ski Buddy Program
- Spring Fundraiser
- Winter Schedule


Fun at the Free Adaptive Weekend

Shasta Disabled Sports held its 7th Annual Free Adaptive Weekend last weekend. We provided snowboard and ski lessons as well as sit-ski rides in the bi-ski. All equipment, lift tickets, and lessons were given without any cost to our members. Thanks to all of our wonderful volunteers for helping out.

We'd like to especially thank the Mount Shasta Ski Park, Yaqui Snowboards, and the Best Western Tree House for helping us raise money for our program.

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