The Kelowna & District Society for People In Motion is the proud founder of the PowderHounds Adaptive Ski program. Visit www.pimbc.ca.

Powderhounds…The Kelowna & District Society for People In Motion is the proud founder of the PowderHounds Adaptive Ski program. Winter is not over just yet and there is still a great deal of fun to be had for anyone interested in the PowderHounds adaptive ski program. This program offers people that have a physical and/or sensory disability that are aged from 5 to 75 an opportunity to enjoy the sport of skiing by using adaptive equipment. The PowderHounds program runs largely based on supports given by the community and their 45+ specially trained volunteers. The cost to join the PowderHounds program is a $10 membership fee to The Kelowna & District Society for People In Motion. This membership offers many other benefits including a discount for ski passes for participants with a disability as well as the opportunity to enjoy a variety of adaptive sports



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