The name two-tracking refers to the two tracks left in the snow behind the skier. Two-trackers use two skis and two boots and may use a ski bra attached to the ski tips. (Ski bras assist with lateral control and help maintain a consistent ski position.)
Individuals with autism, attention disorders, developmental disabilities, vision or hearing impairment, or mild difficulties walking are good candidates for two tracking.
All lessons include lift ticket, equipment, and private instruction with a minimum of two instructors. We have a staff of over 100 highly trained volunteer instructors. Over two-thirds of these are certified by the Professional Ski Instructors of America or the American Association of Snowboard Instructors.
The Wintergreen Adaptive Sports skiing and snowboarding program makes it possible for anyone to feel the wind in their face and the thrill of a speedy ride down the slopes. Our focus is on safety, fun, and learning, and our goal is for you to attain independence as an adaptive skier or snowboarder. Our snow sports program operates seven days a week from mid-December through mid-March, with the exception of Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day.