Summer Adventure Days

From summer adaptive sports to active social gatherings, summer adventure days bring good, clean healthy fun!

Summer Adventure Days

Every summer TAS hosts 10 outings throughout the summer that are open to people with all abilities. Outings include climbing, cycling, fishing, cycling, hiking, paddling. The Adventure Days schedule is released annually in May and the season ends in Mid-September. Here is a sample Adventure Days schedule. Check back for 2018’s final schedule on May 1st.

Bike Rally

Dust off the bike and get summer started off right! We’ll meet at the TAS office in Teton Village and grill lunch, ride bikes and bring on the summer season. Try out some of our adaptive bikes, some of which are new. Practice your skills by biking through an obstacle course.Save some energy for a group ride along the paths that lead out from the office. Spectacular views and community fun are in store for you!

Crater Lake Hike

Enjoy the wildflowers and views while we hike to Crater Lake. Both paved and unpaved trails gives opportunity for everyone to enjoy this outing. From the trailhead to the lake is 1.3 miles of sustained, moderate hiking. Meet at the trail head at Old Pass Road in Wilson. Light snacks will be provided.

Paddle Days

A summer favorite! Come on out to String Lake and try out a variety of boats, kayaks and stand up paddle boards (SUPs) provided by Rendezvous River Sports. We’ll meet at the canoe launch at String Lake in Grand Teton National Park for four hours of fun in the sun. Light lunch and personal flotation devices (PFDs) provided. Adaptive athletes, friends and family welcome and encouraged to participate!

Fourth of July Parade

Musicians, horses, clowns, roller skaters, classic cars, and, of course, the Teton Adaptive Sports (TAS) ‘float’ float will be among the ranks. We will gather at the Teton County Fairgrounds for lineup beginning at 9:00 am and find our place aboard the raft, cycles, chairs, etc. People who are independent in riding a bike are also encouraged to ride along side the float. The route travels down Snow King Avenue to Glenwood, turning on Broadway, and ending on Willow Street.

Fishing Day

Gone Fishing! Join TAS for a day of fishing on a Sunday morning. We will be fishing at a private, stocked lake near Teton Village and all the equipment is generously provided. Wake up early for a 9:00 am start when fishing is the best. Take home anything you catch!

Teton Food Tour

Riding bikes on the Wilson Pathways with delicious food stops? Yes, please! Count us in as Teton Adaptive Sports (TAS) will participate as a group for the Friends of Pathways Teton Food Tour! The Teton Food Tour celebrates food in the Tetons with an emphasis on sustainability. This annual afternoon event starts at the R Park in Wilson and travels all the way to Teton Village. Participants will experience wide and ample tastes from each carefully selected food and beverage partner in beautiful and lively settings, all from the convenience of a bike! There will also be musical entertainment and family activities at various stops.

JHMR Fun Day

Enjoy all of the fun opportunities that Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) has to offer this summer! Ride the tram, jump on the bungee trampoline, climb the climbing wall and take in the majestic views of Jackson from on top of Rendezvous Mountain. We will meet at the base of the tram for a group tram ride, opportunities to hike and enjoy the beauty of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.

Backcountry Paddling

Ride a raft down a river for a backcountry paddling and camping adventure. The TAS flotilla will pass many of the amazing sights that the Snake River valley has to offer including amazing mountains, serene skies, and wonderful wildlife.

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Contact

ADDRESS:
7342 Granite Loop Road
Teton Village, Wyoming 83025-0903

Phone: 307.203.2223
Email: info@tetonadaptivesports.com

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Dirt Myth
Jason Malczyk
Adam Glos
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