Stowe Monoski Camp

Sunday, January 19, 2025, 8-4 pm (TENTATIVE)

Group of monoskiers at the Stowe CapWe are stoked to see everyone again this year at one of our favorite events, the 13th Annual Monoski Camp at Stowe Mountain Resort. The event is always a blast, thanks to our partners the Kelly Brush Foundation and the High Fives Foundation, and collaborations of our friends at Vail, Spaulding Adaptive Sports Centers, Eastern Adaptive Sports, and Adaptive Sports Partners. 

Annually, GMAS welcomes 25 monoskiers of all ages and abilities from near and far eager to ski at Stowe Mountain Resort, to share knowledge with each other, to receive top-notch ski instruction from our experts, AND to rip down the mountain. This event puts a spotlight on adaptive skiing, gives the athletes a chance to trade stories, learn from each other, and hopefully introduce some members of the general public to monoskiing. Plus, skiing at Stowe is pretty sweet! Please join us.
Chris Collin rippin at Monoski Camp
Beginner athletes will ski in one-on-one lessons led by PSIA-AASI certified instructors. Novice athletes will be matched with monoskier instructors assisted by able-bodied trained ski instructors from Spaulding Adaptive Sports Centers, Stowe Mountain Resort, and Adaptive Sports Partners. Expert monoskiers will ski in clinics led by certified coaches including Chris Young and Geoff Krill.

Space is limited for the lesson, register EARLY to secure your spot at this event!

  • Cost: Monoskier: $60. Companion: $25. Free for volunteers and coaches.
  • Registration includes either 1) a group clinic (all-day), or 2) an all day one-on-one ski lesson. 
  • One lift ticket if you don’t have an Epic Pass.
  • Registration also includes a generous breakfast, lunch, coaching from our expert clinicians, and a unique opportunity to ski with other monoskiers and network.
  • Sign up as athletes, coaches, companions, or volunteers on the form attached on the bottom of this page.
  • Pre-registration ONLY. No day-of registration accepted. No refunds.
  • Contact Pascale with questions.

All Smiles at Monoski Camp

Lead coaches:

  • Geoff Krill, Resiliency specialist and motivational/public speaker, Chief Facilitator of Fun at Eastern Adaptive Sports, Adaptive Examiner for the PSIA-AASI Eastern Division, Training Manager for the Loon Ski and Snowboard School.
  • Chris Young, US Coast Guard (Ret.), World Cup and Paralympic Champion, X Games Champion, and volunteer at the Spaulding Adaptive Sports Centers.
  • Chris Collin, T5 paraplegic as of 2008 from a motorcycle accident. Chris has been involved with skiing since the winter after his injury. He started slow but is now PSIA-certified. His home mountain is Sunday River. Chris enjoys equipment and sharing knowledge, not only about skiing but wheelchairs too, as he is a representative for a wheelchair manufacturer. He’s always looking forward to meeting new participants and seeing the smile that skiing can put on their faces – “It reminds me of when I first started and if it’s any percentage of the joy that I get from it then I know it can be life-changing to get that fulfillment.”
  • and others soon to be added.

Here is the video recap from 2022, produced by Will Casela, Eight8Creative. Enjoy!

Thanks to our valued sponsors!

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Volunteers Needed

Volunteers helping at the monoski dayWe need A LOT of volunteers to pull this off!

  • Volunteers need to be intermediate to advanced skiers or snowboarders and be willing to help carry gear and help with various tasks on and off the hill throughout the day. This is super fun, please join us!
  • There are also a few spots for volunteers to work at the registration table.

Thank you so much for volunteering. This is an experience that may become one of your favorite days of the winter. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity. High School students are welcome, community service hours will be awarded. Please don’t hesitate to reach out with questions.

24 monoskiers and volunteers pose in the group photo of the 2024 Stowe Monoski Camp.

Photo Credit: Jeb Wallace Brodeur.


Photo Galleries

2024: Albums from Jeb Wallace-Brodeur, and Caitlin Kelly Photography (Download Pin: 6225).

View 2023 photo galleries from Caitlin Kelly Photography, and Jeb Wallace-Brodeur. Here is a past Monoski Camp by Jeb Wallace-Brodeur, click here. 

Sincere thanks to our partners The Kelly Brush Foundation and the High Fives Foundation, to our collaborators Spaulding Adaptive Sports Center and Adaptive Sports Partners, Stowe Mountain Resort and to our sponsors Inntopia and Snoyak. A great big thank you to the Green Mountain Inn for housing our coaches, and to Destination Hotels for providing the athletes with parking at Spruce Peak. Also a very special thanks to our friend Rick Woods of Vermont Farmstead Cheese Company for his support and delicious cheese.Many more thanks to our valued friends and volunteers for contributing time, talent, expertise, adaptive equipment, and volunteers to make this camp a perennial favorite. 


Contact Pascale Savard.


Registration for this event opens on November 1st and will be limited to 25 athletes. All participants need to be 21 years old and over.

Here is the photo gallery from the 2022 event. Photo Credit: Mike Hitelman

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