Calendar of Events

You’ve come to right place to find a calendar of adaptive sporting events in Jackson Hole and the Greater Teton areas. Keep track of the TAS summer and winter programs for people with physical and mental disabilities. Social gatherings, cycling groups, hockey sessions, ski camps, fishing days, and paddling outings are the kinds of things you’ll find on this calendar. Friends and family are always welcome as are all visitors. Join us!

July 16, 2019 | TAS Volunteer Training

Do you have an interest in adaptive sports? Do you work in a recreation based industry that serves the general public and want to develop your skills in serving people with disabilities? Are you looking for a fun and rewarding way to get plugged into the community? Then come to a volunteer and partner training with Teton Adaptive Sports!

Learn the soft skills of working with people with disabilities such as People First language, as well as technical skills and the opportunity to check out all of our cool adaptive equipment! Practice transferring people in and out of equipment and see what resources are available to help people with disabilities get after it in the great outdoors.

Please feel free to forward this to your friends or fellow guides who might be interested in this training!

• July 16, 2019 from 6-7 pm
• Powderhorn Park (SE corner of Powderhorn Lane and Alpine Way)
• RSVP to

“You make a living by what you get. You make a life by what you give.”
— Winston Churchill

July 19, 2019 | Wolf Pack JHMR Fun Day

TAS + JHMR Village Fun Day for Wolf Pack
Teton Kids Village Fun Day is exactly as it sounds! We’ll ride the tram and take a hike from the top, and hang out. Pack a lunch and eat with your friends in the Commons in Teton Village. Kids only (and their family, friends or caregivers)! Limited to 15 people total, so register early.
Equipment We’ll provide any equipment needed.
Clothing: Please dress in comfortable layers, including hat, warm jacket and mittens for the top of the tram.
Date/Time: July 19, 2019 | 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Location: In front of the General Store/Tram Ticket Office. JHMR is located in Teton Village, WY
This event is perfect Wolf Pack members who are adults with cognitive and developmental disabilities (plus, friends and family).


July 23, 2019 | Adaptive Fishing in Idaho

Let’s Learn to Fish at Trail Creek Pond in Victor, Idaho
Fishing at Trail Creek Pond is a collaboration with Idaho Fish and Game Learn to Fish Trailer. Idaho Fish and Game provide all the fishing gear and TAS provides adaptive equipment and support so that everyBODY has an opportunity to fish! Meet at Trail Creek Pond, also known as Connie’s Pond at 5:00-8:00 in the evening when the fishing gets good!
Equipment Fishing equipment will be provided by Idaho Game and Fish.
Clothing: Please dress in comfortable clothing.
Date/Time: July 23, 2019 | 5:00 – 8:00 pm
Location:Trail Creek Pond (aka Connie’s Pond), Victor, Idaho
This event is perfect for all TAS groups: Teton Kids, Group Rides, and Wolf Pack (plus, friends and family).


August 29, 2019 | TAS WYDAHO Volunteer Training

Volunteers for WYDAHO will have the opportunity to learn how to be an effective volunteer at the radest handcycle and mountain bike festival in the west! Volunteers will learn soft skills of working with people with disabilities such as People First language as well as the technical skills it takes to be an adaptive rider volunteer. Get acquainted with the layout and resources of Targhee and WYDAHO, trails, trail etiquette, spotting adaptive athletes, safety precautions, bikes, trikes, handcycles and other adaptive equipment. Meet at basecamp on the blacktop at 2:00 pm. Come prepared to ride.

• July 29, 2019 from 2-5 pm
• Grand Targhee Resort
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“You make a living by what you get. You make a life by what you give.”
— Winston Churchill


7342 Granite Loop Road
Teton Village, Wyoming 83025-0903

Phone: 307.203.2223

501(c)3 non-profit organization
ID 06-1741611

Photo Credits:

Dirt Myth
Jason Malczyk
Adam Glos
Peter Lobozzo
Cory Connett


TAS is a chapter of Disabled Sports USA