The National Disabled Ski Hall of Fame was created by the Disabled Sports USA and the National Sports Center for
the Disabled in Winter Park Colorado in 1995. Since 2010, it has been located at the Dr. Bob Harney
Center at New England Disabled Sports, Loon Mountain, New Hampshire. For 15 years prior, the hall
resided at Winter Park Ski Resort and the Colorado Ski Museum in Vail.
The hall was created to honor individuals who have had an influential role in disabled sports as well as
athletes who have excelled in disabled sports. The hall consists of famed pictures and biographies of the
inductees as well as examples of adaptive equipment used for skiing. The hall honors achievements in adaptive sports over the last 40 years.
Viewing hours are from 8 am till 4 pm Monday-Friday and 7:30 till 4 pm Saturday and Sunday.
Coaches are welcome to join us at Rodger's Ski & Sport, which is located at 5 Railroad Street, Lincoln, NH 03251, from 5 PM - 8 PM.
Join us for winter season opening day at Loon Mountain.
The Diana Golden/Mills Cup Series memorializes U.S. and World Champion skier Diana Golden and is intended to promote the sport of ski racing to disabled athletes on the East coast.
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