Having one leg is only a small hiccup for adaptive backcountry skier Vasu Sojitra. After a blood infection required an amputation when he was nine months old, Sojitra taught himself to ski because no instructor could figure out how to teach a person with one leg. With the help of specially rigged equipment, he now climbs the peaks and shreds the backcountry glades of Vermont, pushing limits the entire way. Sojitra proves that disability is a myth because if people adapt, they aren’t disabled. Sojrita makes the skin track look easy in the film Vasu Sojitra: Out on a Limb (Mountainfilm 2015).