Back On Baldy

Five years after suffering a life-changing spinal injury while skiing on Bald Mountain’s I-80 cat track, Teresa Hukari, right, returned to Baldy and skied in a “bucket” multiple times this past week through Sun Valley Adaptive Sports. On Sunday, she skied in winter conditions with adaptive sports instructors Sean McEntee, left, and Bert Gillette, completing four runs on Olympic, 42nd Street and Lower River Run. She skied loosely tethered so she could make her own turns. Friend Brian Barsotti accompanied the group and described her positive experience: “Her final run was nonstop from the top of the gondola lift and she was incredibly thrilled to be able to get back on the mountain after a five-year absence. She had a very positive experience.”

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

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