At Arosa visually impaired persons can ski, snowboard, cross-country ski and snow-shoe hike. The guest is accompanied by a guide and is guided in the correct direction by a radio system.
A qualified ski instructor from the Swiss Ski and Snowboard School Arosa travels with the skiers and steers the bob smoothly over the slopes. The guest sits comfortably in a large seat shell and is secured by safety belts.
Dual skiing allows people with physical disabilities to experience the pleasure of skiing, in the company of a qualified snow sports instructor. The dual ski bob is suitable for both children and adults.
Would you like to drive the bob independently?
Our snow sports instructors also give mono bob lessons to beginners up to experienced drivers.
The financial support of the Verein Blindenschneesport Arosa [Arosa Visually Impaired Snow Sports Association] allows the Swiss Ski and Snowboard School Arosa to give lessons under special conditions.
More information on the Verein Blindenschneesport Arosa is available on www.vbarosa.ch.
In winter 2029, Switzerland welcomes the World Games of the Special Olympics. There will be 2'500 international athletes traveling to Switzerland from March 6 to 17, 2029 for the Games. There are nine sports and the coexistence of all people in our society is promoted.
The Games will last 12 days and the 2,500 athletes from 110 nations will be accompanied by countless caregivers, family members, fans, volunteers and media from all over the world. The Special Olympics World Games are the second largest winter sports event after the Olympic Games.
During 6 days the disciplines in the canton of Grisons are: Figure Skating, Short Track, Floorball, Floor Hockey in Chur; Alpine Skiing and Snowboarding in Arosa and Cross Country Skiing, Snowshoeing and Dance in Lenzerheide.
More information can be found here: World Games 2029
At the moment money is being collected to support the project financially. In Arosa there is also a special fund for this purpose. See the video below: