Join Basin Recreation and Mountain Trails as they celebrate winter trails with a Silver Ski event for the whole family on Saturday, Feb.10 from 12:30-2:30 p.m. Start at Basin Recreation Field House or the McLeod Creek Trail and meet at Willow Creek Park on Old Ranch Road. There will be Starbucks hot chocolate, cross-country ski events, elimination races, broom ball, ski clinics and demos by Rossignol available throughout the day. Embroidered Swix hats and cross-country items will also be available. For more information, visit http://www.mountaintrails.org.
National Ability Center Bobsled Team goes International
The National Ability Center bobsled team has been invited to participate in the North American International Race Series, an International Federation of Bobsled and Tobbagen (FIBT) sanctioned event. Athletes Matt Profitt, who has a below the knee amputation and Aaron Lanningham, paraplegic, will compete in the races. The first two races of the series will take place in Park City at the Utah Olympic Park on Feb.10-11. The second set of races will be held in Calgary, Canada on Feb.16-17. This will be the first time that the National Ability Center bobsled team will compete out of the state.
The National Ability Center bobsled program is the only adaptive bobsled program for people with disabilities in the United States of America. For more information on the bobsled team or program, contact Jessica Kunzer at 200-0990 or e-mail jessicak@DiscoverNAC.org.
Adult basketball league
Park City Recreation is taking registration for the adult spring basketball league. League play runs Feb. 8 through May 24 from 6-10 p.m. at the Racquet Club gym. Teams must provide their own numbered team jerseys. For more information contact the Park City Racquet Club at 615-5401 or register online at http://www.parkcityrecreation.org .
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Buses, trains and gondolas doesn’t have quite the same ring to it, but they make up the transit alternatives for the mountain transportation system the Central Wasatch Commission is trying to create, mostly in the Cottonwood canyons.