Disabled people can come and enjoy both the skiing and the mountains.
The resort of Les Angles offers specially adapted rates and ski lessons, with disabled access to the runs, the ‘Hors Sac’ room, restaurants, car parks, toilets, accommodation, and so on.
THE MATERIAL USED
- A uniski, a sit-ski combining a seat, a chassis, and a suspension system on a single ski, used with a pair of outriggers for stability.
- A dualski, which is like a uniski except that it rides on two skis thanks to its fully articulated chassis.
- A bi-ski, which is similar to a sledge and is composed of a seat mounted on a chassis with 2 skis set apart from each other (and may only be used on green and blue ski runs).
- A tandemski, composed of a bucket seat mounted on an articulated chassis fixed to 2 skis and guided by a specially trained pilot who is seated behind (this is intended for handicapped people without any autonomy).
- An outrigger (used both with sit-skis and standing skis) is a special stick with a little ski at the end for balance and to perform turns.
French Ski School
Ski School and Snowboard Ski N’ Co
The ADAPACC Association in Les Angles seeks to promote the development of physical activities for the disabled. It specialises in accompanying disabled skiers and has recently doubled its activity.
It helps skiers with over a dozen different pathologies, including people with cerebral palsy, paraplegics, tetraplegics, the partially or non-sighted, sufferers of Rett syndrome, mental retardation, multiple sclerosis, monoplegia in a lower limb, and cranial trauma.
Thanks to the ADAPACC monitors' understanding of disability, they can choose the right material to enable disabled people to enjoy skiing, whatever their degree of impediment.
It is not at all question of a gentle little trip down the slopes in which the disabled person is inactive or to all intents and purposes not really there. And so the pleasures of actively skiing are guaranteed, even for the most severely disabled people, thanks to the range of special material such as the GMS ski seat and the Trotiski, together with the monitors’ experience in teaching disabled people built up over the course of the years.
One of ADAPACC's missions is to train people, and it has been appointed by the manufacturer to train monitors in using the GMS seat and deliver the relevant diploma.
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