Katy Flanagan and Gary O. Grimm of Mountain Visions produced this web site with the help of Jeff Brandt, Cindy DeRoche and the All Abilities Trek participants. Mountain Visions also posted the All Abilities Trek log as it was being sent back from Nepal.
Katy and Gary have been involved in producing multimedia projects with the C.W. HOG since 1980.
They were also instrumental in the development of the Common Adventure philosophy and Cooperative Wilderness Adventures beginning in 1967. The University of Oregon Outdoor Program, Idaho State University Outdoor Program and many other college and community outdoor programs have adopted this philosophy.
Mountain Visions produced with Tom Whittaker and hosted one of the first web sites to follow a mountaineering expedition, the 1995 Everest Challenge. They also produced and maintained an informational and promotional site about the Everest Challenge '98 and All Abilities Trek.
Some of the All Abilities Trek sponsors
Disability Resources and other interesting sites
Cooperative Wilderness Handicapped Outdoor Group (C.W. HOG) at Idaho State University
PURSUIT, a program funded by the NSF to help students with disabilities pursue careers in science, engineering, and mathematics. This site also provides links to a wide variety of "other Internet disability resources."
Disabled Businesspersons Association "Nationally recognized as the leading authority on the self-employment of individuals with disabilities"
"Announcing Indie: The Integrated Network of Disability Information and Education, the world's most, comprehensive one-stop resource for products, services, and information for the world-wide disability community."
WE Magazine ... the lifestyle magazine for people with disabilities.
Flex-Foot was a major sponsor of Everest Challenge and offers a complete line of prosthetics.
Ester-C Nutritional Products was a major sponsor for the 1998 Ester-C Everest Challenge.
Prescott College - Tom Whittaker is a professor in Adventure Education at this unique experiential education college.