Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Article says Park City skiing good for those with disabilities

If you're in to big time skiing and have a person with disabilities in your party, this article suggests Park City, Utah might be a place to check out:

"No worries either, if someone in your gang is disabled. The National Ability Center (www.discoverNAC.org) -- the largest adaptive sports program of its kind -- can take them skiing, bobsledding, horseback riding and more with trained instructors and adaptive equipment all for $65 a session -- less than the cost of a lift ticket. (There are scholarships available too.) If you're staying at the Canyons or Deer Valley, they'll even bring the instructors and the equipment to you."

Photo of ski lift not necessarily in Utah by kornrolla via morgueFile.com