Eagle Mount’s Big Sky Ski Program offers adaptive skiing and snowboarding lessons at Big Sky and Madison Base, and the Yellowstone Club. Our program is supported by over 100 caring and adaptive trained volunteer instructors. Lessons are designed for all adaptive skiers, including those with visual impairments, developmental delays, cognitive disabilities, spinal cord injuries, amputations, mono- or bi-ski users, or those who are striving for independence. Lessons are available mornings (10am-noon) and afternoons (1pm-3pm) every day of the season except Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. Adaptive equipment is provided through the program and lift tickets are included in the fees we charge for the program (rental skis, boots, and poles are not included in the fee). Eagle Mount is a registered ski school through Professional Ski Instructors of America (PSIA).
Eagle Mount provides adaptive ski and snowboard adventures right in Bozeman’s backyard. We work in cooperation with Bridger Bowl, Big Sky, and the Yellowstone Club to provide quality adaptive lessons. All lessons are given by volunteer instructors who are trained in adaptive techniques of mono and bi-skiing, 3 and 4-tracking , blind or visually impaired and those with cognitive or developmental delays. Our goal is to teach skiers to become independent so that they may one day be able to ski with family and friends. Adaptive Equipment is provided with lessons, or a discounted rate is offered for those needing to rent equipment. Eagle Mount is a registered ski school through the Professional Ski Instructors of America (PSIA.org).