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Enriching quality of life through year round mountain activities, especially with life-enhancing snow-sport activities, in the interests of health and well-being.

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BSCC Awards Dinner Geneva November 2013

This event held in Geneva was a wonderful opportunity to meet up with other members of the BSCC and to extend our network of supporters. * “I find the BSCC events extremely stimulating and it is always a delight to talk about our work. It inevitably leads to a greater understanding about how we can improve our services and therefore enable more disabled people to benefit from the therapeutic el…

Skiing in Klosters with Amputee Richard Heggie

Family ski holiday in Klosters (Suisse) is proving to be a memorable time for Richard, single leg amputee, and his family! Having one leg amputated can be a challenge to skiing – but with many alternative ways of whizzing down the ski slopes, Richard found one that suited him - learning to be independent and ski with a mono-ski. Last weekend found Richard skiing in the beautiful Graudünden vi…

Skiing and a Winter Holiday with Down's Syndrome

If you have a child or family member with Down's Syndrome, then having a totally inclusive and accessible ski or winter holiday is a real possibility and brings such joy and freedom for everyone! *"Often Ski 2 Freedom is asked if skiing or snowboarding is possible for a child, teenager or adult who has Down's Syndrome and by having such wonderful comments and feedback from our beneficiaries, I…

Inclusive and Accessible Gstaad for Ski, Snowboard and Winter Wonterland Adventures

Gstaad Saanenland - a Winter Wonderland for Skiing, Snowboarding and much, much more........!! Ski 2 Freedom Foundation adores Gstaad Saanenland as a winter destination for inclusive and accessible tourism! There is so much to do that one could spend a life-time and never do it all! Particularly suitable as a ski and snowboarding resort for blind and visually impaired children, teenagers and…

Verbier: Accessible and Inclusive Skiing and Winter Holidays

Marta (4 yrs) was born with Niemann Pick C Disease (a rare progressive genetic disorder - there is no known cure and mainly affects children. Treatment is focused on helping people live with their symptoms). “I want to thank you for recommending Verbier to us. It is a beautiful place! We have enjoyed a lot of this magic place with the family and Marta is enjoying it a lot. ESS Verbier ski i…

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