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Vancouver Island Society for Adaptive Snowsports (VISAS) is excited to welcome you back for the 2021-2022 Season

‘Covid Season 2’ is going to be action packed! VISAS is back to seven day per week programming and will offer a full season of lessons forecast to start Monday December 20th going through Saturday March 26th. We can work this season with any student who is in compliance with the CADS Vaccination Policy. Your Vancouver Island Society for Adaptive Snowsports Board of Directors is working hard behind the scenes to prepare for the season. Registrations for Students will open the first week of November. Returning Students will have received an email, New Students will be able to create a profile by clicking on the BOOK NOW button.
Rules have been relaxed to allow close contact training within the 2-meter bubble this season, allowing a full program and Instructors to give you a helping hand when needed. Please note that all participants in a VISAS Program, aged 12 and over will have to show proof, in your profile, of double Covid -19 vaccination with a Vaccine Passport, uploading the QR code to the Forms and Agreements section, under” Vaccination Proof”.

*UPDATE*  December 20, 2021

The CADS National COVID-19 Vaccination Policy is in effect.  In summary, anyone 12 and older must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 no later than two weeks prior to participating in an event, camp, program or lesson.  Please read the full policy HERE as you will be required to acknowledge reading and agree to adhere to this policy as part of the Snowline registration process.
Children under 12 are exempt from vaccination and testing proof.  CADS is in the process of revising its National COVID-19 Vaccination Policy to include the November 19th, 2021 approval of COVID vaccines for the 5-11 year old age group and details will be shared here and on the CADS website as soon as available. 
VISAS volunteer instructors may choose not to instruct children under 12 years old due to their personal COVID-19 safety considerations.  The probability of a lesson being filled for students in the 5-11 year old age group may be increased by sharing COVID-19 vaccination status or offering to wear a mask during a lesson.


We are looking forward to seeing you this season.

Thank you so much for your continued commitment to VISAS, both as students, instructors, and all those other people that help us make the Mountains Accessible to All!


The Vancouver Island Society for Adaptive Snowsports is a non-profit charitable society focused on providing nationally certified snowsports instruction to the physically or developmentally challenged.

We believe that people with adaptive needs should have an equal opportunity to participate and enjoy alpine (skiing or snowboarding) or Nordic (cross country) snowsports.

We are here to help you accent your abilities in a fun and encouraging environment.