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Camp Korey Ski Day with Outdoors for All
Saturday, February 11
The Summit at Snoqualmie, Summit West: 4-6pm and/or 7-9pm
Registration Deadline: January 27, 2017

The Camp Korey Ski Day is for campers recruited by Camp Korey. Please contact Josh Simon at jsimon@campkorey.org with any questions about eligibility.
*Since this is a new program, circumstances may arise that may cause cancellation of the program.
Adaptive Ski or Snowboard Lessons
Do you want to learn to ski or snowboard? Depending on your skill set, there are several ways that you can ski or ride, using various types of adaptive equipment. Experience the freedom and control of gliding down the slopes! Campers will be paired with a trained, volunteer instructor for an evening of skiing or snowboarding at Snoqualmie Pass. Lessons run from 4-6pm or 7-9pm at Summit West; campers may also have the opportunity to ski for the full evening, from 4-9pm, if interested. Lift tickets are included.
Equipment Rental
Skis, boots and poles, or a snowboard and boots. A variety of sit skis and other adaptive equipment is available upon request – please inquire during registration! A snow sports helmet is included with every rental, and required for participation.
Transportation is not available for this program. Please meet at the Outdoors for All office at Summit West, located directly below Ski Patrol, about 15 minutes before the scheduled start of your lesson.
Safety and Behavior Standards
Outdoors for All reserves the right to deny enrollment for medical, safety, or behavioral reasons. A participant may be required to wear a harness on the chairlift, if he or she has a history of seizures within the past 24 months. Snow sport helmets are required for all participants. The safety of our participants and volunteers is our primary goal at Outdoors for All.
Behavior issues can be a part of many disabilities. Outdoors for All makes every attempt to accommodate all aspects of an individual’s disability. However, Outdoors for All volunteers and staff are not prepared or expected to deal with significant behavior issues. Please alert the office in advance regarding issues of concern so that we can work together to effect a positive, safe experience for both participants and volunteers. Unacceptable behavior can include:
• Significant Self Abuse • Sexual Misconduct • Physical Abuse of Others
• Violent Behavior • Significant Verbal Abuse • Extreme Profanity
• Consistent Unwillingness to Participate
Non-compliance with Behavior Standards may necessitate that a caregiver accompany the participant during future activities, or possible dismissal from activities.
To register for the Camp Korey Ski Day, please complete the following checklist:
Confirm participation and eligibility with Josh Simon, jsimon@campkorey.org, at Camp Korey.
Complete Participant Information Form and Liability Waiver to Josh Simon, jsimon@campkorey.org, at Camp Korey.
Review suggested Packing List.
Registration with Camp Korey, and all accompanying paperwork, should be completed by January 27, 2017.
*Since this is a new program, circumstances may arise that may cause cancellation of the program.
For any questions about the Camp Korey Ski Day, including questions about adaptive equipment, please contact Program Manager Sara Ramsay at Outdoors for All: SaraRamsay@outdoorsforall.org, or 206.838.6030 x217