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Weston Ski Track believes in access to all outdoor spaces 

Grant Program

We have limited funds available for organizations that cannot otherwise afford to come. Please let us know more about your organization's mission and how we can help. 

We already proudly work with Youth Enrichment Services, Elevate Youth, Boys and Girls Clubs, Waypoint Adventure and Universal Access among others. 

DCR and Waypoint Adventure Accessible Winter Fun Days

You can sign up for these programs directly here. To learn more  email or call (781) 325-7980

Join the DCR and Waypoint Adventure's Accessible Recreation program to get out on the snow! Winter recreation is accessible for people with disabilities, friends and families by the use of adaptive equipment (including high performance and recreational sit-skis, kicksleds, ski-walkers, push skis, and standing skis and snowshoes). Experienced instructions offer custom sessions with  supportive techniques, and assistance as needed.

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Adaptive XC Rentals & Lessons

We are committed to providing recreational opportunities to visitors of all abilities. We have sit-skis and kicksleds that are available at no charge; please call us before you come to make sure these will be available.


We can provide rentals and instruction for people with physical, behavioral and intellectual disabilities. Come on your own or with a group to ski or take a lesson with our instructors. First-timers and experienced skiers welcome! Please email us to schedule your outing and find out more about pricing and how we can do our best to accommodate your needs. 

Request a Grant

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Para Nordic Ski Clinic

Saturday January 27. 2024 10:30-1:30pm

This clinic is for kids and adults who are interested in Nordic ski racing as a Para athlete at any level. Learn more about the sport as a sitting, standing or skier with a visual impairment and further opportunities to ski, train and even compete. Coaching provided by U.S. Paralympics Nordic Team Coach, BethAnn Chamberlain. Learn more and register to participate and volunteer>>

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Facilities at the Ski Track

There is accessible parking: when facing the building from the parking lot, drive up the hill on the right side of the building and there are four parking spaces directly behind the building. There are also accessible bathrooms indoors.


From our rental area directly behind the building, there is about a 30ft walkway out to the snow, some of it is paved, but depending on the snow conditions it could be grassy or muddy. 

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