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Rocky Mountain Adaptive (RMA) is a charitable organisation whose aim is to provide any individual with a disability the chance to access all sport and recreational activities in the Canadian Rockies. Based in Canmore, Alberta, RMA enables adults and...more
These guys make dreams a reality.
We booked our first family ski holiday and contacted these guys to organise an adaptive lesson for our son who’s in a wheelchair. One email and phone call later we were booked and ready to go!
After a nervous...More
If you're travelling through the mountains and someone in your group has a mobility issue of ANY kind you gotta check these guys out. Beyond cheap and so well organised. Basically can do any activity summer or winter that any able bodied person can try....More
This is my first time on a ski resort, I immediately fell in love with the buzz and Amazing Fun that was on Sunshine Mountain.
I was exploring the area while my family went off skiing, I was thoroughly enjoying myself, loving the feel of...More
We have witnessed first hand the incredible support and skilled instruction that Jamie has given our daughter (who is now a paraplegic following a car accident) to enable her to realise her dream of becoming a confident sit-skier. A wonderful team of leaders and volunteers...More
I have been on several trips with RMASC and each one was fantastic. A real memory. Jamie and the volunteers are always supportive and caring. It is well organized and people feel comfortable, not to mention it is whole lot of fun. I would recommend...More
I have a child that is a beneficiary of this organisation. With the support of the most amazing volunteers he has learnt downhill skiing, cross country skiing, karate, swimming, and golf. this organization makes the lives of special needs kids much more full and they...More
I work in an elementary school and was bringing students hiking. I contacted Jamie at RMASC and he met me with a trail climber which allowed us to take a student with an amputation with us. After dropping it off, he then came and collected...More