December 2002
Indianapolis Monthly;Dec2002, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p64
Presents information on places where winter sports can be played. Skating sessions at Indiana/World Academy of Skating, Pan Am Plaza; Speeds attained by tobogganers at Pokagon State Park track in Angola; Downhill skiing at southern Indiana Paoli Peaksski resort; Places recommended for cross-country skiing, sledding and snowboarding.


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