Beautiful sunrise at Alpine Meadows



The Achieve Tahoe Program Center is located at Alpine Meadows Resort in the North Lake Tahoe area of Northern California.

We are open daily for lessons from December 1, 2018 through April 28, 2019 (conditions permitting).

We are a member school of the Professional Ski Instructors of America (PSIA). Our PSIA-certified instructors and trained volunteers make skiing or snowboarding possible for anyone with physical, sensory or intellectual disabilities.

Affordable rates make it possible for everyone to participate.

Driving directions, accessible lodging, etc.
We offer one-on-one instruction for skiers with a range of cognitive or developmental disabilities.
Mono skiing enables those with amputations or lower spinal cord injuries and other disabilities that affect their lower body and ambulation to sit-ski independently from day one.
Bi-skiing is for wheelchair users with a wide-range of disabilities that affect ambulation, coordination, motor skills, and balance to sit-ski with varying levels of independence. The design of the bi-ski can enable one with a high level spinal cord injury the ability to independently initiate and control turns.
We offer one-on-one instruction for snowboarders with a range of intellectual, developmental, and physical disabilities.
Learn to ski and snowboard in a safe and trusting environment using physical or verbal cues to navigate the mountain.
For skiers who need extra stability to stand-up ski.
Three-track skiers use hand-held outriggers to assist skiing on one leg.