The outdoors

When our students start their journey with us at Snowbility, it marks the beginning of a whole new way of life. The newfound skills can be taken beyond the indoor snow centres to enjoying the sensory environment of the outdoors.

Snowbility is delighted to be collaborating with the following partners:

The Outdoor Guide
The Outdoor Guide (TOG) is a free online resource set up by Julia Bradbury and sister Gina that aims to bring together information for walks all around the UK. They are also passionate about making the outdoors accessible for all, whether that be by curating wheelchair accessible walks or providing outdoor wear to children who wouldn’t otherwise be able to afford it.

To find out more about the The Outdoor Guide, please click here.

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English Ski School
The English Ski School is set in Spain’s highest and most snow-sure ski resort, Sierra Nevada. Run by two certified snow sports and adaptive instructors who pride themselves on making your experience of skiing and snowboarding one to remember. The English Ski School offers bespoke lessons to adults, children and groups with additional needs, adapting to each person’s ability. Their goal is to create a safe and fun learning experience for the whole family.

To find out more about the English Ski School, please click here.

Ski Inspired
Ski Inspired are an English, family-run company specialising in bespoke ski holidays in Spain’s two biggest and best resorts: Baqueira Beret and the Sierra Nevada. They offer a full range of services to make your holiday unforgettable, from airport or station transfers to ski passes, ski tuition to their four-star accommodation.

To find out more about holidays in Spain, please click here.

Ski 2 Freedom
For information on disability snow sports and mountain activities across Europe and international locations, please have a look at Ski 2 Freedom. They meet the specific needs and requirements of young people and adults whose lives are affected by physical, sensory, mental health and disability, special needs, life-challenging illnesses and trauma.

To find out more information about adaptive snow sports in other locations around the world, please click here.

Set in one of the most beautiful lakeside ski resorts in Austria, Skiing4all is the only mountain-based organisation that caters specifically for individuals with additional needs. Run by a British psychologist, Skiing4all welcomes children, teenagers and adults regardless of their special educational needs, ranging from Autism and Down’s Syndrome to Developmental Disability and Fragile X Syndrome.

To find out more about Skiing4all, please click here.

Join the Snowbility family

If you would like to partner with us and join the Snowbility family, please contact us.