Robert Enigl is the embodiment of resilience. The Paralympian from Kaukauna, Wisconsin suffered serious injuries while going bird hunting in 2015. The car he was in flipped over five times, and landed in a buffalo field. He blew his L1 Vertabrae into four pieces.
Since then, he was in the 2022 Paralympics as a sit-skier and shredded the Big Couloir. This season, he became the first sit-skier to hike and ski Parachute in the A-Z Chutes.
In a film titled A Life Lived Unlimited, Big Sky Resort charts Rob’s journey to conquer the Parachute trail. Rob describes the process of learning how to sit-ski, and what it was like to conquer Parachute in the A-Zs. Congrats to Rob!
Image/Video Credits: Big Sky Resort