There ain't no stopping her now.

Allyson Mallory, the principal of Ralph Moody Elementary in Littleton, was paralyzed in a snowboarding accident at Keystone just over a year ago. Since then, her list of accomplishments continues to grow.

We've see Mallory drive. She took her first steps with the help of a robot. And last week, she hit the mountain again.

Mallory participated in a ski camp at Winter Park. The event was put on by Craig Hospital and the High Fives Foundation with its partner, the National Ski Center for the Disabled.

After four days of monoskiing, Mallory was challenged to complete a full run, and she accepted. She got all the way down the mountain like a pro, and didn't fall or stop once.


The whole thing was caught on camera. Once she reaches the bottom, everyone screams and cheers.

Her first reaction: "Dude, that was so sick!"

Watch it all in the video below.

Littleton principal determined to walk again

Five months after paralyzing snowboard accident, Littleton principal back at work

A really cool robot helps paralyzed principal walk again