Enjoying a bluebird day

PHOTO: JAMES LITTLEJOHN
PHOTO: JAMES LITTLEJOHN
Two Paralympians were among dozens of adaptive skiers and snowboarders making the most of a bluebird day at The Remarkables yesterday. 

It was the first day of the three-day Adaptive Snow Sports Festival, which brings together skiers and snowboarders who have disabilities with Paralympians such as Adam Hall and Corey Peters.

Enjoying the snow at The Remarkables yesterday are attendees (from left) Peter Witton, James Littlejohn, Tessa Crean, Wayne Crean, Alice Ruddenklau, Tara Hurley, Renee Sharp,  Hall,  Zoe Elvin (front left) and Kristina Tabackova.

The festival has been running on and off for 15 years, and has been held at different skifields around the country. 

Snow Sports NZ adaptive snowsports chief Jane Stevens was expecting between 40 and 50 people to take part in the festival over the weekend. 

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