Kartski lessons with Samoëns Handi-Glisse (disabled skiing association)

See the activities offered by Samoëns Handi-Glisse (disabled skiing association)
Association Samoëns Handi-glisse, le plateau des Saix
74340 Samoëns


From 16/12/2023 to 18/04/2024, daily.

The Kartski has been designed for people who want to ski on their own using their upper limbs but who do not have the necessary stability or strength to use a Uniski or Dualski.

The skier acts directly on his skis thanks to 2 handles.
He will first use the snow plow technique then the parallel skis. The seated skier can thus quickly steer and move on easy slopes. A valid skier ensures safety with a lifeline attached to the kartski.

Six seat sizes are available from the Samoëns handi-glisse association.

Kartski lessons are offered on a basis of 2 hours per day over several days (2 to 6 days or more).

Of course we adapt to the needs of each person according to their physical form, their desires.

Ski lessons are taught by qualified instructors who have received several days of training in teaching disabled people to ski.

Complément d'informations

Handiski equipment available:
Monoski ()
Dual-ski ()
Traditional bi-ski ()
GMS/FMS or Dual Barre bi-ski
Tandem ski ()
Large snowsliders ()

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