Winter isn't over yet and there's still lots of fun for anyone interested in the PowderHounds adaptive ski program. Founded by the Kelowna & District Society for People In Motion, the program offers people aged five to 75, that have a physical and/or sensory disability, an opportunity to enjoy the sport of skiing by using adaptive equipment.
The PowderHounds program runs largely on community support with the help of 45-plus specially trained volunteers. The cost to join is a $10 membership fee, which offers many other benefits including discounted ski passes for participants with a disability, the opportunity to enjoy a variety of adaptive sports and access to People In Motion’s many programs developed specifically for persons with disabilities. For more information on the Adaptive Ski Program and People In Motion, visit www.pimbc.ca.