Teton Adaptive Sports (TAS) Blog

Welcome to the TAS Blog! You’ve arrived at the very place to find outing reports, ‘My TAS Story’ posts, special announcements and more timely writings about the adaptive sports world in the Tetons.

Mother and Daughter Paragliding in Jackson Hole

https://youtu.be/Cm4FQalj1ng Kaelyn and her mother flew high in the sky above the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village, Wyoming. Mother Angela watched Kaelyn flying in a wheeled paragliding chair and trained pilot while she did a tandem flight with another...

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https://player.captivate.fm/episode/aa70e3a7-ea1d-44fe-83d9-b3f2487b0dd3 In this chat on The Jackson Hole Connection podcast, Joe shares the story of how a speed flying accident in 2010 changed the course of his life. The accident left Joe an incomplete C7...

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Movie: Digging for Answers

Movie: Digging for Answers

Click to watch this new mountain biking film by the talented creative team at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) that features Joe Stone, Pierre Bergman, Marshall Evans, Claire Tempest and Mose Duchano! Joe Stone, director of mission at Teton Adaptive, and Ranyon...

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Bikes & Brats Block Party: Summer Cycling Kickoff

Let's kickoff the summer cycling season with bikes, brats, beer, hard cider, shopping and an inclusive community at Wheel Wranglers on June 3, 2022 from 4-7 pm! Wheel Wranglers embodies an inclusive philosophy by including adaptive bikes in their rental fleet. That...

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Joe Stone Featured in Buckrail

Joe Stone Featured in Buckrail

Extra, extra! Read all about it in a great article hot off the press from Caroline Chapman of Jackson Hole Buckrail about Joe Stone. We were pleasantly surprised when Caroline reached out to us to feature our director of mission in their regular column about select...

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People with Disabilities Welcome

People with Disabilities Welcome

The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, or ADA, is a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination based on disability. Thirty years after its inception many opportunities are still unavailable to people with disabilities and their families. With Adaptive...

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Hand Cycling in National Parks

Did you know that hand cycles are allowed in national parks? But it comes with needed trail etiquette. If you're a person with a disability, you can use a hand cycle to explore a trail with your friends as long as you go the...

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First Unassisted Sit Ski Line of Corbet’s Couloir

So, it was the winter of 2011 fresh on the heels of that year's Steep & Deep camp when Chris Devlin-Young pulled off the first unassisted sit ski line of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort's infamous Corbet's Couloir. This little-known event had a big impact and helped pave...

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Board Members in Action: Steffan Freeman

Did you know? When Steffan Freeman isn't taking care of treasury duties for the Teton Adaptive board of directors or spending time outside, he's most likely at the Jackson Hole Land Trust working as a Land Steward on private land conservation and conservation...

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Volunteer Spotlight: Claire Perrin

Volunteer Spotlight: Claire Perrin

Claire Perrin is the adaptive Physical Education teacher at Teton County School District and her network and knowledge of the local adaptive population is extensive. Not only does she do a remarkable job engaging with students and giving them the opportunity to do...

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Adaptive Yoga

Is it savasana, yet? We had a great time at our two Adaptive Yoga on the Lawn activities at our favorite place Calico Restaurant the past two summers. Yoga teacher Trish Ireland led an hour long yoga class for 20 people on the lawn at Calico. 'Apres yoga' was a...

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Contact

ADDRESS:
7342 Granite Loop Road
PO Box 903
Teton Village, Wyoming 83025

Phone: 307.203.2223
Email: info@tetonadaptivesports.com

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Photo Credits:

Joe Stone
Julie Tickle
Dirt Myth
Jason Malczyk
Adam Glos
Peter Lobozzo
Cory Connett

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