Welcome to adaptive snowsports Aldershot

Adaptive Snowsports Aldershot provides opportunities for disabled people to experience skiing and snowboarding, mainly through its monthly sessions at the Aldershot dry ski slope, although it also provides trips throughout the year to enable disabled people to experience snowsports on real snow.

Next Session: Sunday 10th December 10:15-12:15 followed by the Xmas Party!

Club News

New Name – Adaptive Snowsports Aldershot

Aldershot Snowsports for the Disabled has been renamed to Adaptive Snowsports Aldershot in order to reflect the club caters for all disabilities. We are in the process of updating our forms and website to represent the new name. Other than the name, nothing else has changed and we continue to operate our monthly sessions in Aldershot and you are welcome to get involved.


2023 & 2024 Sessions & Events

  • Sun 10th Dec  – Xmas Party

  • January – No ski session this month.

  • February 11th

  • March 10th

  • April 14th

  • May 12th

  • June 9th

  • July 14th, followed by Summer BBQ.

  • August 11th

  • September 8th

  • October 13th, followed by Club AGM.

  • November 10th

  • December 8th, followed by Christmas party

Most Improved Skier Awards

Congratulations to Luca and Daisy for winning the most improved skier award for 2022! Both skiers have shown tremendous improvement throughout the year and have grown in confidence as they ski down the slalom race course at Aldershot. 

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BBC South East Sport’s Unsung Hero 2021

Congratulations to Ian Edwards, one of our key Volunteers, who has won the 2021 BBC South East Sport’s Unsung Hero Award. In addition to Volunteering at ASD, Ian also runs the Southern Ski Club for the Disabled and the SSCD Guide Training courses. The Unsung Hero...

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Upcoming Events

About Adaptive Snowsports Aldershot

Adaptive Snowsports Aldershot is a registered Community Amateur Sports Club that allows people of all ages to experience different types of snowsports in a safe and secure environment. Learning how to ski and snowboard is good for building strength, coordination and confidence, and is also great fun!

The Club has over 100 members and we aim to cater for every standard and for most disabilities. Our current members range from complete beginners to more advanced skiers and boarders. A number of our skiers have also joined the slope’s race training sessions and have also competed in the Special Olympics World Games.