Thanks to the National Ability Center, all inclusive has a different meaning than you may think.
This week, one of our favorite Park City nonprofit organizations, the National Ability Center, will host their premier fundraising event, Red, White and Snow. The event takes place Thursday, March 3 through Saturday, March 5, 2016, and offers food and wine lovers a weekend filled with the area’s best skiing, dining and entertainment, all to celebrate the empowerment of people of all abilities through recreational activities.
But, you see this blog post isn’t really about Red, White and Snow. It’s about the amazing things the National Ability Center does throughout the year. We think you should keep reading. You may find yourself heading over to Red, White and Snow to see if you can still get tickets for this week’s festivities.
Thanks to the National Ability Center, all inclusive has a different meaning than you may think. Park City is honored to be the home of the National Ability Center, a place where individuals and families can come from all abilities and backgrounds and recreate.
Rugged mountain terrain and extreme winter sports may not seem the most accessible for everyone, but the National Ability Center breaks down barriers with programs designed for all abilities. Adaptive programs in an array of mountain activities, including alpine and Nordic skiing, snowboarding, horseback riding, swimming, sled hockey, cycling, water skiing, and more offered year round.
The main campus is set on 26 gorgeous acres with indoor and outdoor facilities, including a recreation center, equestrian center, and even a lodge for accommodations. Various locations around town offer additional activities, including the original flagship building dating back 20 years located at Park City Mountain, which houses the adaptive ski and snowboard programs.
Programs are offered both long and short term, recreational and competitive, catering to both locals and visitors alike. Special events and programs throughout the year are provided for Veterans, with a partnership with the Wounded Warrior Project, as well as families of all ages. Through generous support and with passionate volunteers in the community, the NAC can offer programs for those in need with financial assistance.
The best part? The incredible year-round recreation that the mountains offer becomes all inclusive. While it may not offer a complimentary buffet, what would be better than sharing the mountains and the recreation you love with your loved ones?