CADS Alberta Slide & Ride | 2019-20
Canadian Adaptive Snowsports (CADS) Alberta is partnering with CADS zones and Alberta ski resorts to offer the one day Slide & Ride try-it events across Alberta.
These events are FREE for all participants and volunteers! Participants and volunteers will receive prizes for being part of our events, and the focus is on families, friends and everyone to come out and participate.
Our goal is to encourage people with disabilities to try adaptive skiing or snowboarding as participants, and to create opportunities for involvement as participants or volunteers – anyone interested in being part of a fantastic winter sport!
Would YOU Like to LEARN HOW to Ski or Snowboard for FREE?
- Have you ever wanted to learn how to alpine ski or snowboard and have a disability?
- Are you a skier that wants to learn how to snowboard or maybe a snowboarder that wants to learn how to ski?
- Are you interested in becoming a volunteer instructor and working with a great winter program?
This is your chance to take part in the one day event held at different ski and snowboard locations across Alberta. Whether you want to join us to get more information and see what it’s all about or try your skills on the hill, we have something for everyone including parents, friends, caregivers and health care professionals!
2019-20 Slide & Ride Registration is now closed, but we look forward to new events across the province for 2020-21
Please note that friends, family and caregivers are welcome to attend, and we ask that you register as a volunteer. Its all FREE!!!
When registering for the event there will be a one day CADS membership and medical emergency form to complete.
Are you interested in finding out more? Please contact Ozzie Sawicki by email at: Slide & Ride
2019-20 Completed Slide & Ride Events!
Sunday, January 26, 2020 – Kinosoo Ridge, Cold Lake
Saturday, February 1, 2020 – Nite Hawk, Grande Prairie
Sunday, February 2, 2020 – Canyon Ski Area, Red Deer
Saturday, February 29, 2020 – Hidden Valley, Medicine Hat
Saturday, March 7, 2020 – Tawatinaw Valley, Westlock