Adaptive Summer Programs by Groups

From summer adaptive sports to active social gatherings, new smaller grouped summer programs bring good, clean healthy fun!

Summer Adventure Programs by Groups

New this year, Teton Adaptive Sports will be providing quality, inclusive, outdoor recreational programs for smaller more specific populations. There will be three groups of people and events designed specifically for each group.

The groups are adults with cognitive and developmental disabilities (called the Wolf Pack), adults with physical disabilities (called Group Rides), and kids of all abilities (called Teton Kids).

Smaller, more specific groups allows people to create genuine and authentic relationships with those who share similar experiences in the outdoors. Partnering with other sports industry specialists and local non profits allows participants to access unique recreational opportunities and provides a quality of life that might not otherwise be experienced.

Please determine which group is appropriate for you and enjoy these exciting opportunities that Teton Adaptive Sports is proud to offer, mostly free of charge and made possible through generous public donations.

All Abilities
Teton Kids
Group Rides
Wolf Pack

Summer Adventure Groups and Activities

 

All Abilities

People of any disability, any age, friends, family, caregivers.

All Abilities Events:
• June 16 Summer Kick off Party
July 4 Parade
• July 23 Fishing at Trail Creek Pond, Idaho
• August 13 Yoga on the Lawn
• September 7 Old Bill’s Fun Run

Teton Kids

School age children with physical or cognitive disability, plus friends, family, caregivers

Teton Kids Events:
• May 18 Kids to Parks Day at R Park
• July 9 Kids Teton Village Fun Day
• August 18 Ducky Days at R Park
• September 21 Kids Climbing at Teton Rock Gym

Group Rides

Adults with physical disabilities.

Goup Rides Events:
• May 8 Indoor Spin Class
• May 15 Indoor Spin Class
• June 26 bike ride: Stagecoach to Fish Creek and Back
• July 28 bike ride: Teton Food Tour at R Park to Teton Village
• August 21 bike ride: Grand Teton National Park
• September 17 bike ride: Middle School to South Park Loop Road bike path
• October-resume spin classes schedule TBD

Wolf Pack

Adults with Cognitive and Developmental Disabilities (ie CES participants, Timberwolves, etc.).

Wolf Pack Events:
• May 24 Bike Warm Up at May Park
• June 23 Paddle Day at String Lake
• July 19 Teton Village Fun Day
• September 27 Art Ride (tentative)

Featured TAS Partners:

Contact

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

Phone: 307.203.2223
Email: info@tetonadaptivesports.com

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

Photo Credits:

Dirt Myth
Jason Malczyk
Adam Glos
Peter Lobozzo
Cory Connett

Connect:

TAS is a chapter of Disabled Sports USA