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Cascade Mountain Ski Camp - Wisconsin
W10441 Cascade Mountain Rd
Portage, WI 53901
Building Number: Ski Lodge - Lower Level
Come join us for our 9th Annual Midwest Ski and Ride Camp at Cascade Mountain. Participants will enjoy two days of adaptive ski and snowboard lessons, good food, great people and a whole lot of FUN! Lodging, meals, lift tickets, equipment rental and any adaptive equipment is provided with the registration fee. There will be a group dinner provided on Saturday evening for anyone interested in attending.
Those that will NOT need a hotel room or those that wish to have their own hotel room please contact, Greg@adaptiveadventures.org. There will be a prorated fee for those not needing lodging and an additional $60.00 charge for participants who wish to have their own room or share with family or friends. Lodging accommodations are roughly a 10-15 minutes drive from Cascade Mountain and details will be included in the camp packet upon REGISTRATION DEADLINE on December 27.
ABOUT OUR ADAPTIVE SKI SNOWBOARD PROGRAM
Our program philosophy incorporates three simple objectives: SAFETY, FUN, and LEARNING.
WHO IS THIS PROGRAM FOR? Any individual with a physical disability with skiing or snowboarding experience from beginner to advanced. We encourage participants to have previous experience in adaptive skiing or snowboarding. Check out our calendar to attend one of our weekly programs at Wilmont.
WHAT CAN I EXPECT? Come out and see what all the fun's about! Our trained instructors and volunteers will provide a fun and supportive learning environment. They will help you develop the skills you need to learn or improve your skiing and riding abilities.
HOW SHOULD I DRESS? Make sure that you come prepared to be outside in whatever weather Mother Nature gives us! It's all about layers... and being prepared. Take a peek at this document if you are new to snow sports:: How To Suit Up for the Hill. We do have outdoor clothing that people may use while at a program with us. Just make sure that you pay attention to your under layers when you come to the hill. Jeans are not advisable as they do not give when moving around; any type of sweat/jogging pants would be a much better choice over a base layer.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST? The camp fee starts at $200 per participant and veteran skiers/riders are free of charge thanks to the Veteran's Administration Adaptive Sports Grant.
**TIMELINESS - We make every effort to adhere to our schedule, and we need everyone involved in this program to respect posted times. Camp packet will provide daily schedules for Saturday and Sunday.
Please contact Greg Zbrzezny at Greg@adaptiveadventures.org
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