Wounded Warrior Program
During its mid-December to mid-March snow sports season, Wintergreen Adaptive Sports invites all military personnel injured during their military service to register for free adaptive snow sports lessons, including ski or snowboard rentals, any day of the week.
Advance reservations are required and subject to availability. With sufficient advance notice, we may be able to assist with lodging.
Since 2005, this multifaceted program within WAS has assisted more than 375 Wounded Warriors and their families.
To register for this program or for more information, email info@skiWAS.org.
Please join us on July 8, 2017 to support the Wintergreen Adaptive Sports Wounded Warriors programs and for a day of fun and camaraderie on one of Virginia's finest golf courses at the Ninth Annual Wounded Warriors Golf Tournament.
Wintergreen Adaptive Sports provides at no cost to our honored guests, welcome bags, snacks, nourishing meals, all lift tickets and equipment, all housing accommodations, and ski or snowboard lessons for all spouses and children. Special children's activities are also included.
In the tradition of this always exciting weekend, Wintergreen Adaptive Sports will provide–at no cost to our honored guests–welcome bags, snacks, nourishing meals, all lift tickets and equipment, all housing accommodations, and ski or snowboard lessons for not only those being honored, but all spouses and children as well. Special children's activities are also planned. WAS is especially grateful for the housing accommodations provided by over thirty Wintergreen resort resident families.
On Friday, February 6, 2015, Wintergreen Adaptive Sports welcomed 34 wounded warrior athletes and additional 60 family members and caregivers for an exciting weekend of adaptive snow sports instruction, rest and relaxation, and camaraderie.
Wintergreen Adaptive Sports held its 10th annual Warriors Weekend of exciting snow sports, camaraderie, and rest and relaxation for our honored wounded warrior guests and their families. WAS hosted 32 warriors and an additional 40 family members for three days.