Weekly lessons is our main program. Lessons are every week on Wednesday evenings for the whole season. The season runs from January to mid-March for 11-12 weeks, depending on the snow/weather. Lessons nights are usually ~ 1.5 hours long, which includes meeting, getting ready, skiing, and debriefing (i.e. having hot chocolate afterwards) in the day lodge. We usually are on the snow for 45 minutes – 60 minutes depending on the skier. You will be paired up with one or two instructors who will work with you, ideally for the season. This program is suitable for all students.


How to Register

New to CASS? Contact us to talk about the program, your expectations and your suitability for snowsports. Email us and the program coordinator will get in touch with you to get you registered.


What is the Cost

There is no charge by our organization for lessons or adaptive equipment. There are other costs however.

  • You will need to purchase an annual BCAS Membership membership from their website.It was $53 in 2019-2020. BC Adaptive SnowSports. This provides some liability insurance and supports the development of adaptive snow sports both provincially and nationally. Lots of BC ski hills provide discounts on lift passes with your BCAS membership
  • Lift Pass Lift passes are free from the Hart Highlands during your lesson.
  • Equipment – If you have your own equipment – GREAT! During lessons we can get free rentals from the Hart Ski Hill, however, they have to do a waiver and they have to set your skis & boots up before every lesson which can be time consuming if there is a wait. CASS will supply all your adaptive equipment at no cost. We do not provide helmets but we do require them.

Too Late to Join?

Once the program has started, you can still join providing there are instructors available. Contact us and we will figure something out.