Winter sports

We are proud to work with the best equipment manufacturers for adaptive equipment. During many hours of lessons and many miles on slopes we believe it is the most advance, practical and the highest quality equipment on the market (from instructors, helpers as well as skiers). The wide range of products makes it suitable for all disabled skiers, from beginners to racers (many used it during the 2010 Vancouver, 2014 Sochi Paralympic Games and will be using it as well in the Pyeongchang 2018 Paralympic Games), and from independent to severe disabled people. We provide professional advice on suitable equipment that will meet your individual needs and help with achieving your goals. We supply a full range of adaptive equipment to organisations and ski schools working with disabled people. Price will be given after consultation as equipment is carefully chosen to suit individuals.

Please find a wide range of products below and contact us for advice:

1. Uniskimonoski leisure - static VLUU L200  / Samsung L200
Mono-ski / Uniski Leisure

Used fully independently by people with strong upper body. Skier controls the sit ski (speed and direction) by hand held outriggers (crutches with small skis at the bottom). Special design makes it very easy to learn by beginners. Specific training required. Equipped with shock absorber making skiing comfortable even when reaching high speed.
Lifts that can be used: chair lifts and drag lifts
Common disabilities associated with Mono-ski: lower spinal cord injuries, amputations, Spina Bifida, Post Polio and other disabilities affecting mainly lower limbs

2. dualski leisure - static 2. dualski on chairlift
Bi-ski / Dualski Leisure

Used fully independently by people with strong upper body. Skier controls the sit ski (speed and direction) by hand held outriggers (crutches with small skis at the bottom). Special design makes it very easy to learn by beginners. Specific training required. Equipped with shock absorber making skiing comfortable even when reaching high speed.
Lifts that can be used: chair lifts and drag lifts
Common disabilities associated with Mono-ski: lower spinal cord injuries, amputations, Spina Bifida, Post Polio and other disabilities affecting mainly lower limbs

3. Scarver - dualskistatic3. scarver - dualski in action
Mono-ski / Uniski Scarver

Used fully independently by people with strong upper body. Skier controls the sit ski (speed and direction) by hand held outriggers (crutches with small skis at the bottom). It is far more advance comparing to Leisure model. Specific training required. Equipped with shock absorber making skiing comfortable even when reaching high speed. Recommended to intermediate and advanced mono-skiers, very good for racing. Thanks to special construction lower section can be replaced and be changed into Dualski Scarver.
Lifts that can be used: chair lifts and drag lifts
Common disabilities associated with Mono-ski: lower spinal cord injuries, amputations, Spina bifida, Post Polio and other disabilities affecting mainly lower limbs

3a. mono-ski racer static 3a.mono-ski action
Mono-ski Racer

Used fully independently by people with strong upper body. Skier controls the sit ski (speed and direction) by hand held outriggers (crutches with small skis at the bottom). Specific training required. Equipped with shock absorber making skiing comfortable even when reaching high speed. Recommended to intermediate and advanced mono-skiers, very good for racing.
Lifts that can be used: chair lifts and drag lifts
Common disabilities associated with Mono-ski: lower spinal cord injuries, amputations, Spina bifida, Post Polio and other disabilities affecting mainly lower limbs

4. Kartski static4. kartski in action
Kartski

Very stable and very easy to learn; used independently by people who can use their arms but who have not got enough balance to ski with Uniski or Dualski. Skier controls the Kartski (speed and direction) with two handles. Helper skis behind attached by a tether as an extra safety assist. Specific training required.
Lifts that can be used: chairlifts and drag lifts (assistance needed)
Common disabilities associated with Kartski: high spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, Cerebral Palsy, MS, Muscular Dystrophy and other disabilities that result in balance problems, reduced coordination, reduced upper body strength as well as lower body

5. Tandemski - static 5. Tandemski in action
Tandemski

Used by dependent skiers, always ski with helper/instructor who is fully in control. Person ‘driving’ the sit ski must be a competent skier (additional specific training required) who controls the speed and direction. Skier in the sit ski experiences the sliding movement on snow, speed and beautiful mountain scenery. Can be used by people in any age, no weight restriction and is suitable for any disability, even for people without autonomic movements.
Lifts that can be used: chairlifts and drag lifts (assistance needed)
Common disabilities associated with Tandemski: Cerebral Palsy, Brain Injuries, and other severe disabilities

6. Dualski piloted static6. Dualski Piloted in action
Piloted Dualski / Bi-ski

Similar to Tandemski it is used by dependant skiers, always ski with helper/instructor who is fully in control. Person ‘driving’ the sit ski must be a competent skier (additional training required) who controls the speed and direction. Skier in the sit ski depending on disability can help by leaning into the turn with head, shoulders and arms (involving skier as much as possible and using deep muscles and balance sensation). Can be used by people in any age and is suitable for any disability, even for people without autonomic movements.
Lifts that can be used: chairlifts and drag lifts (assistance needed)
Common disabilities associated with Piloted Dualski: Cerebral Palsy, Brain Injuries, and other severe disabilities

 7. outriggers 'superlite' 7. Stab confort stabilizers - outriggersfront view
Outriggers / Stabilizers

Crutches with small skis at the bottom, used to gain an extra balance and support for skiers skiing in a stand up position and for sit skiers helping them in controlling the sit ski.
Common disabilities associated with using outriggers: lower limb amputations, Cerebral Palsy, Brain Injuries and other disabilities affecting balance; used by independent sit skiers skiing in mono-ski and bi-ski.

8. static cross counrty8. action cross courty
Cross country sledge

Used fully independently by people with strong upper body. Skier controls the sledge by using special ski pools. Specific training required.
Common disabilities associated with Cross country sledge: lower spinal cord injuries, amputations, Spina bifida, Post Polio and other disabilities affecting mainly lower limbs