Summer in the Tetons is short but spectacular. The possibilities for outdoor adventures are extensive. Many area outfitters have some experience accommodating people with disabilities. Inquiring about accessibility is always recommended as is making advanced arrangements. There are also a variety of concerts, museums, festivals, and interesting sight seeing opportunities. Locals as well as visiting individuals and families with special needs are encouraged to contact Teton Adaptive Sports for more information on available resources.

In addition TAS can sometimes offer a “customized” outing for individual and families(such as a river float) when staff time allows. Like us on Facebook for more info and additional outings.


Jackson Hole Sporting Resources:

Whitewater/ Scenic Rafting on the Snake River
Barker-Ewing River Trips
Dave Hansen Whitewater
Mad River
Teton Whitewater

Rendezvous River Sports & Jackson Hole Kayak School
Jackson Hole Therapeutic Riding Assoc.

US Forest Service

Bridger Teton National Forest- Home Page

Grand Teton National Park- Home Page

Yellowstone National Park- Home Page

Yellowstone National Park- Accessibility Page

Teton County Parks and Recreation

Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce

National Museum of Wildlife Art

Jackson Hole Center for the Arts


START Bus System has ADA bus available upon request

START Home Page


Wheelchair Getaways – accessible van rentals

Info on cabs/ vehicle rentals available at JH Chamber of Commerce

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Adaptive Skiing in Jackson Hole. Yes, please!

The cold mornings and recent snow are hinting that ski/snowboard season is just around the corner. We are grateful to work with the Jackson Hole Mountain Sports School Adaptive Program, which caters to the full spectrum of skiers and snowboarders, from beginners to experts. Trained adaptive instructors offer children and adults alike an enriching mountain experience. With specialized adaptive equipment and teaching techniques, anyone can access Jackson Hole’s legendary terrain. Packages include instructor and gear (helmet, boots, skis and poles). Get on the snow with one of the below packages.

Half Season Package: 1 Day a week for 6 weeks
• Session 1: December 9th- February 2nd (not offered December 23rd – January 5th) Make-up day for people attending Special Olympics regional games: Dec 2nd, 3rd or Feb 3rd, 4th

• Session 2: February 3 -March 23 (not offered: February 17th – 23rd)

Pricing: Not Including lift access Half Day 9am- 11:30 or 12:30 – 3pm: $420 Full Day 9am -3: $660

Full Season Package: 1 Day a week from December 9th – March 23rd (Not Offered December 23rd – January 5th and February 17th – 23rd)
Pricing: Not Including lift access
• Half Day 9am -11:30 or 12:30 – 3pm: $840
• Full Day 9am – 3pm: $1,320

Seasonal Program Lift Package Options:
• Free 5 & Under Season Pass
• $15 daily Lesson Lift Pass
• $200 Junior full ski passes are available for high school ages and lower

TAS continues to offer scholarships to participants who need them. We know it’s confusing! To book skiing for this season contact Christy Fox at

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