Mar 20, 2015 4:11 PM

Crotched Mountain offers program for disabled skiers

While the ski season may be winding down, there's a program at Crotched Mountain that welcomes anyone with a disability to learn how to ski.

The Crotched Mountain Accessible Recreation and Sports team is comprised of participants and 60 volunteer trainers.

Corey Kotz has been an avid skier all his life, he even skied and snowboarded Tuckerman's Ravine. Then, in 1999, he was diagnosed with multiple sclorosis.

He stopped skiing for a long time, until a friend introduced him to CMARS. Now, he hits the slopes every Wednesday during the winter.

"You forget about all of your issues and you just remember what you're here for, you're just a bunch of folks, a bunch of friends out skiing," Kotz said.


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