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Covid-19 Update

The Aldershot ski slope remains closed, however, the Committee is currently looking at how and when we could re-commence the sessions safely.  To do this we need to understand what is important to you and would be grateful if you could take 5 minutes to complete a short survey to help us identify the best way forward for everyone. Please click here to complete the questionnaire.

Christmas Card Competition

Would you like to design ASD's Christmas card this year? If so, enter our competition, preferably with a Snowsports themed design.  Your artwork needs to be A4 in size and scanned or photographed so it is in jpeg format and e-mailed to us. If you are unable to scan or photograph your artwork yourself then let us know and we will try to help you. Submission deadline is Monday 31 August. Good luck!

Click here to watch a video from one of ASD's sessions


Welcome to Aldershot Snowsports for the Disabled

Aldershot Snowsports for the Disabled is a registered Community Amateur Sports Club that allows people of all ages to experience different types of snowsports in a safe and secure environment. The club has been running for over 40 years and is affiliated to Snowsports England, the national governing body for snowsports. Learning how to ski and snowboard is good for building strength, coordination and confidence, and is also great fun! ASD was the first disabled ski club in the country to achieve Snowmark accreditation.

The Club has over 100 members and we aim to cater for every standard and for most disabilities. Our current members range from complete beginners to more advanced skiers and boarders. A number of our skiers have also joined the slope's race training sessions and have also competed in the Special Olympics World Games.