Adaptive Skiing at Sun Peaks Resort

I took my daughter adaptive skiing for the first time a few years ago, and have been hooked ever since. Having my whole family on the mountain together gave me such joy, it was life-changing. Finding out how much my daughter enjoyed it solidified my determination to find adventures that our family can participate in […]

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National Ability Center – Adaptive Skiing and Sports for All Abilities

If you’ve read my posts before, you know of my love for the National Ability Center (NAC) in Park City, Utah. The National Ability center is all about helping people of all ages and abilities develop lifetime skills by providing affordable outdoor sports and recreational experiences like adaptive skiing in an environment that understands disabilities. […]

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The Ultimate Ski Vacation Packing List

We’re a family of snow lovers; the second the weather starts to turn cold, our thoughts turn to planning our ski vacations for the season.   The key to a fun day skiing is keeping the kids warm, and with variable on-mountain weather conditions, it’s all about layers.  And since packing for a ski vacation […]

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Adaptive Skiing at Sun Peaks Resort

Meet CJ, skiing rock star – could she be any cuter? CJ has been skiing at Sun Peaks Resort in British Columbia for 4 years, so she’s definitely a pro – she even has her own sweet ride! I had the privilege of skiing with her for a while and meeting her lovely family – […]

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What Not to Forget: Packing for a Ski Vacation

Don’t forget anything on your next ski vacation – See my ski vacation packing list written for Snowmamas.com and download the list. Enjoy your ski vacation! Read our Park City Trip Diaries to find out more about adaptive skiing, horseback riding, sled hockey, rock wall climbing, and nordic skiing with the National Ability Center. So […]

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Trip Diary: Vacation for the Whole Family

Our family had a very special trip to Park City, I’ve written about it a lot here, the opportunity really changed the way I want our family to live. I need to find more activities that help my special needs kid be more active and involved. Yes, we are always looking for things that we […]

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