From adaptive horseback riding and cycling to indoor climbing, aquatics and more, sign up today to enjoy a world of autumn recreation for all ages and abilities. Be sure to check out our camps and family activities! Register today.
Nicole Roundy was 8 years old when she lost her leg to cancer. It wasn’t long before a young Roundy began to push the limits and chase adrenaline. Now, two decades and lot of bumps and bruises later, Roundy is breaking barriers and making history. She is competing on USA’s first-ever Paralympic Snowboarding Team in […]Read More 0
Alpine athletes have seen great difficulty on the slopes with the changing conditions, warm weather, and rain. Though the conditions have been less than ideal, athletes with ties to the National Ability Center continue to show the drive to compete at the highest odds. Stephani Victor was hoping to repeat, and possibly surpass, her success […]Read More 0
With the help of volunteers and instructors, we are able to provide high quality and affordable swimming lessons and any necessary adaptive equipment.
Archers learn equipment terminology, proper shooting form and aligning techniques. If you have always wanted to try archery, this is the place.
This is a great sport to help improve your aerobic stamina and sharpens ones mental focus. Come out and try your hand at this emerging adaptive sport.
The National Ability Center is situated in an ideal setting to provide camps and camp experiences for a wide range of ages and abilities.
The National Ability Center’s Challenge Course Program is a multifaceted experiential learning program suitable for a wide range of individuals.
Whether you want to simply “boulder” close to the ground or scramble up to the top for stunning views, our wall has a climb for you.
Bicycling and hand-cycling are life-long skills and sports that promote mainstream participation in a recreational world enjoyed by thousands of non-disabled citizens.
The National Ability Center Equestrian Program offers three different forms of Equine Assisted Activities or Therapy (EAAT).
Sled Hockey is an exciting ice sport that allows individuals with disabilities to enjoy the great sport of hockey.
The National Ability Center stands with other national and local community partners and government agencies in the support of US Service Members and their families.
This program provides a chance for individuals with physical and cognitive disabilities and their families to participate in Nordic skiing at various skill levels while having fun together.
The Alpine Skiing and Snowboarding program works in cooperation with Park City Mountain Resort, Canyons and Deer Valley Resort to provide quality lessons in a world-class setting.
Snowshoeing allows participants to get outside in an easy and relaxing manner. Whether you are young or old, snowshoeing provides a quick and easy way to get outside in the winter.
The National Ability Center's Water Sports Program (Water Skiing, Knee Boarding, Canoeing, Paddle Boarding) is a unique experience that enables the participant along with family and friends to partake in an exhilarating outdoor activity.