The TANDEMSKI is, in principle, reserved for the heaviest people or those with a more severe handicap but it remains, despite everything, accessible to all.
Designed by Pierre Tessier, the Tandemski can be used on chairlifts and crossbows.
This device requires a minimum training of six days to learn the subtleties of piloting.
The DUALSKI, also marketed by Pierre Tessier, exists in a stand-alone version or a piloted version. In all cases the sensations experienced are very strong and pleasant.
The Dualski offers several possibilities of practice up to an autonomous practice.
Here too it is possible to take the chairlifts and crossbows.
Pilot training lasts at least three days.
Still little known in Switzerland, the GOTOSKI, invented by Marc Gostoli, allows a different approach to adapted skiing. As soon as the beneficiary can stand up, this activity is possible. This exceptional machine will undoubtedly develop in the coming years because of its ease of use and the benefit it brings to mobile users who, until then, had to sit down to practice sliding.
So that disability is no longer a barrier to discovering nature, it is possible to make descents in electric QUADRIX. Marketed by Mont-Blanc Mobility, the Quadrix are available in several versions, electric or not. There is even a model controllable by joystick.
Reserved for the most seasoned people, the SWINCAR offers incredible possibilities for all-terrain hiking. It is fitted with a 4 X 4 electric motor.
A clever system promotes the installation of people in wheelchairs.
The JOËLETTE is a kind of sedan chair allowing, with the help of pushers / shooters, to explore hiking trails. Our Joëlettes are equipped with electric assistance greatly facilitating progression in steep terrain.
These hikes are ideal for companies looking to promote their brand image by serving people with disabilities for a business outing or a team building day.