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Thread: Adaptive skiing...where should I go?

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    Bromley Mountain the Bart Center in Vermont. Check out the web site.

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    Senior Member Sarafino's Avatar
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    I learned at Winterpark, they were great. It took me awhile to get the hang of it, but I finally did. I can't go totally solo as my upper body is not strong and I can't self load, if I crash I often can't get back up. My husband goes with me and helps. I mono ski, but started on a bi ski (I think, it feels like forever ago!). We live near Durango now,they are a great group of folks up there

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