Green Mountain Adaptive Sports hosted the largest monoski camp yet in the 12th edition of the event, drawing 24 athletes from all over the New England, Quebec, and even British Columbia to ski and network at Stowe Mountain Resort.

The annual event is hosted annually by GMAS with collaborations from Spaulding Adaptive Sports Centers, Adaptive Sports Partners, and Eastern Adaptive Sports. This year, The Kelly Brush Foundation and the High Fives Foundation also signed on as a co-partners.

Paula McNeill

Paula McNeill is all smiles after an awesome day of monoskiing at Stowe. Photo: Caitlin Kelly Photography

The weekend kicked off with a dinner attended by 52 guests at the Trapp Bierhall who did an amazing job hosting our large group, and going to extra mile to provide additional accessible parking for all of our guests.

Bright and early on Sunday, January 21, 2024, the monoskiers were met at Spruce Peak by volunteers eager to greet the athletes, and to assist with parking and equipment. Many thanks to Destination Hotels for providing parking for all athletes in the Marsh Lot at Spruce Peak.

As always, monoskiers in intermediate and expert clinics were led by icons and leaders in the industry: Geoff Krill, Adaptive Examiner for the PSIA-AASI Eastern Division and Training Manager for the Loon Ski and Snowboard School, and by Chris Young, World Cup and Paralympic Champion, X Games Champion, and volunteer at the Spaulding Adaptive Sports Centers.

Ryan Manning Bi-skier

Ryan Manning is back on snow this year and loving every minute of it! Photo: Caitlin Kelly Photography

The less experienced monoskiers, and a few bi-skiers this year received one-on-one lessons taught by instructors of the Stowe Mountain Resort Ski and Ride School, and the Spaulding Adaptive Sports Centers. 

The temperatures were in the single digits for most of the day, but the enthusiasm of all 72 participants involved in this production was unfazed by the cold.

Seven expert monoskiers also got to test their skills at the mountain on Monday, riding the Sunrise Six Pack and the Fourrunner Quad to access some of the more demanding terrain at the resort.

Photographers Jeb Wallace-Brodeur, Caitlin Kelly, and Jeff Neagle and his team from Pinnacle Ski and Sports shared the time to capture the speed, snow, and grace of the turns and divots the crew left in the snow throughout the two-day event. (View the photo galleries on the links below.)

2024 Stowe monoki camp group shot

24 monoskiers and supporting staff and volunteers had a great time at the Stowe Monoski Camp. Photo: Jeb Wallace Brodeur

Sincere thanks to all the volunteers, instructors, coaches, photographers, sponsors and collaborators who carved time to assist us in hosting this fabulous event again this year. We could never do it without you, such collaborations can only create amazing things!

A great big thank you also to Move United, Epic Promise and Vail Resorts/Stowe Mountain Resort for the constant and generous support, and to our sponsors for their in-kind and financial contributions: The Kelly Brush Foundation, the High Fives Foundation, SnoYak, Inntopia, Stowe Cider, The Alchemist Brewery, Green Mountain Inn, and Destination Hotels (Hyatt Stowe).

We look forward to getting together again in 2024. Many thanks again to all involved,


Photo Galleries and Media


Caitlin Kelly Photography: Code 6225

Jeb Wallace-Brodeur:

WCAX: Monoskiers explain how the sport brings independence

ABC22 & FOX44, 12th annual Monoski camp at Stowe Mountain Resort

To be added to our mailing list and receive notice of future events such as the monoski camp, fill in the bottom block on our home page here.

Consider making a donation to help us continue to host such events, by clicking here.

Questions? Contact Pascale Savard.


2024 Sponsor Logo banner