everyBODY ON WALLS
8:30 am or 1 pm
On Belay. Climb on.
From molded-plastic climbing holds on inclining walls to rope bridges spanning rock faces at JHMR to granite slabs and crags in the Tetons, Jackson Hole, Wyoming has climbing opportunities galore! We’ve partnered with several outfitters and a gym to provide those opportunities to people with disabilities. We are proud to provide the training, equipment and support.
Outfitters like Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Teton Rock Gym and Exum Mountain Guides are the folks to call for adaptive climbing activities!
“Climbing is something I never thought I would do. Teton Rock Gym, specialized training and an adaptive climbing rig made it possible!”
Climbing Holds to Teton Summits
Gain skills with climbing at the Teton Rock Gym, cross rope bridges at JHMR’s Via Ferrata, tackle climbing the granite of Teton peaks! Our partners in the climbing world have you covered.
Via Ferrata at JHMR
Via Ferrata is Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s guided climbing experience and they provide the ultimate mountain outing for individuals with disabilities and/or adaptive needs (ability dependent). Your individual adaptive mountain guide will customize this experience to match your needs. An additional guide may be necessary for your situation. Charges for an extra guide will apply. Must be over 12 years old.
- Half Day Tour: 8:30 am or 1:00 pm start
- Full Day Tour: Starts at 9:00 am
- Skilled guide, equipment and instruction
Aerial Adventure Course
Join JHMR on an elevated obstacle course of balance beams, cargo nets and wobbly bridges. Participants are fully harnessed and tethered throughout the experience and accompanied by one of our specifically trained guides.
- Start times on the hour starting at 11am
- Includes all gear and on-course guide
Teton Rock Gym
Legendary mountains and crags
60 S. Main St. Suite #350 Driggs, ID 83422
7342 Granite Loop Road
PO Box 903
Teton Village, Wyoming 83025
501(c)3 non-profit organization
Support our Work:
To develop recreation opportunities for people with disabilities living in and visiting the Greater Teton Area.