Blind and Visually Impaired Hike

Picture Of The Colorado Rocky MountainsTomorrow, a group of blind and visually impaired people will achieve a remarkable feat. The Audio Information Network of Colorado (AINC) will lead the team of 10 to summit a 12,456-foot peak at Keystone in Arapahoe Basin. The blind and visually impaired hike will be done in partnership with No Barriers USA. The free event helps AINC reach its mission, “to empower individuals to be self-sufficient, connected to the community, and continuously learning.”

The inspiration for the Keystone hike is this year’s marking of the 20th anniversary of Erik Weihenmayer’s summit of Mt. Everest. Weihenmayer was the first blind person ever to reach the top of Everest.

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“FIRST ANNUAL “BRINGING PRINT TO LIFE” HIKE FOR PEOPLE WHO ARE BLIND OR VISUALLY IMPAIRED”



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