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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.

Sauze d'Oulx

Overview

Who Benefits

If you, a friend or family member have any of the following then Sauze d'Oulx might work brilliantly for your ski or summer holiday. This is by no means an exhaustive list (it would be impossible to include every condition) but many have similar or common factors. As often someone may have a condition that we have not yet come across please do ask us if you are interested in the resort and we can try to help.

  • autism
  • aspergers
  • cancer
  • cognitive
  • cerebral palsy
  • down's syndrome
  • duchenne muscular dystrophy
  • hemiplegia
  • paraplegic
  • multiple sclerosis
  • learning difficulties
  • muscular dystrophy
  • rett Syndrome
  • william's syndrome

We do advise that if you have any health issues that might be affected by extreme temperatures; altitude or have had surgery or an on-going physical / neurological condition that might be or could be affected by being moved at speed, over rough or uneven terrain or being on or in a ski lift please do contact us for more advice before going ahead and booking your holiday. Another resort might work better for you.

Click here for more information on specific conditions

Ski Schools and Assisted Sport Providers in Sauze d'Oulx

Scuola Sci Sauze Sportina

www.scuolascisauzesportinia.com
Via Clotes, 26 (partenza seggiovia Clotes) • Sauze d’Oulx (To) Italy
Tel: +39 0122.850218
info@scuolascisauzesportinia.com

Sauze d'Oulx Project

www.sauzedoulxproject.it
www.sauzedoulxproject.it/en/

SciAbile Onlus

+39 0122-850654
sciabileonlus@gmail.com
Piazza Assietta 4 - 10050 - Sauze d'Oulx

Equipment Available

Please contact the ski school for more information on booking lessons and equipment hire.

  • No sit skis held in resort - obtained from local club
Learn more about adaptive equipment

Tourist Office and Places of Interest in the Resort and Surrounding Area

To get a better idea and understanding of the ski resort of Sauze d'Oulx and what else they can offer you for your holiday, we suggest you look up their website as every Tourist Office offers a fascinating and exciting insight into what they and the surrounding area can offer visitors. In addition many have a dedicated website or page for those who are in need of assistance, disabled, with young children and babies and those of us just getting on a bit in life!

www.sauzeonline.com

What People Say about Sauze d'Oulx and Ski 2 Freedom Foundation

The following are delighted to share their experiences with you on how Sauze d'Oulx was able to assist and empower them to have a life enhancing winter and ski holiday. If you would like to speak directly with one of our beneficiaries please contact us so we can put you in touch – sometimes sharing a similar condition can be most reassuring especially for first timers!

It is always so encouraging for others to read about experiences of a particular village, ski resort or mountain. For many, there are so many worries about taking a child with complex needs on their first ski holiday so perhaps seeing what others say will help. From time to time we ask our beneficiaries to complete a questionnaire about a particular ski resort and, with their permission, we are happy to share these with you.

Please note that these are the thoughts and words of our beneficiaries. Ski 2 Freedom takes no responsibility for any of the comments posted but have only asked for feedback and this reflects the personal story of an individual.

Skiing with Hemiplegia
A lovely young girl from Argentina spent a few days skiing with her family in Sauze d'Oulx.

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Access to Our Full Comprehensive Portfolio

Ski 2 Freedom Foundation would like to make it clear that we regard everyone as an individual and that no two people will have the same needs and requirements. Therefore please note that what you see on this page regarding assisted or adaptive skiing and accommodation, may not be suitable for you, or someone you know. However, if you think this destination would be a good ski resort for you, then please contact us to discuss your personal requirements and we will endeavour to see if the resort will meet these.

We hope that you have found the information on this page helpful and a chance to make a decision on where to go for your winter holiday. However, we know that often much more discussion is required and therefore we invite you to contact us as we hold extensive information on all our ski resorts – please contact us.

Our information has and is obtained by means of extensive personal research at a cost, often to the Foundation, we only give this out to those that request it and is not for general public use. For our beneficiaries this information is free but for a company or organisation we make a nominal charge via donation.

Ski 2 Freedom provides specific information on the activities for skiers with a disability, additional need or life-challenging illness, etc. plus useful extras such as wheelchair accessible places to stay; so we are not going to also reproduce amazing information and advice on ski resorts which has been collected by ski journalists, skiers and ski companies which are dedicated to this service - what we can do is to link you to these sites which may well give you some extra background information on a specific ski resort and help you make up your mind as to where you might go!

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