TAS Peak Achievement Grant

Lucus Onan completed the Teton Picnic with TAS volunteers. Bike from the town square, swim Jenny Lake, climb the Grand Teton, turn around and do it in reverse!

TAS Peak Achievement Grant

Dream big and plan an adaptive adventure that pushes your boundaries. TAS and our partners will help support you!

Peak Achievement Grant

Every summer TAS connects with local, visiting and regional athletes with outdoor achievement goals. TAS provides funding, gear and human support for adaptive athletes seeking peak achievements. Dream big and plan an adaptive adventure that pushes your boundaries. TAS and our partners will help support you!

A few stunning examples of the TAS Peak Achievement Grant:

In 2012 TAS staff helped guide blind climber Nancy Stevens to the top of the Grand Teton. Learn more about the ambitious climb of Wyoming’s second highest peak in Climbing Magazine HERE.

In the summer 2017 we helped support one-armed athlete Lucus Onan complete the “Picnic triathlon” in Grand Teton National Park. Read more about his incredible feat at his blog HERE.

What will you dream up for your peak achievement? Start your journey by contacting us!

WHAT'S YOUR ADVENTURE?

2019 Peak Achievement Recipient Anna Soens Climbs Mt. Baker

Follow Anna Soens on her journey to climb and then sit ski from the top of Mt. Baker in Washington State with this image gallery this Spring. (Click the image to enlarge)

Contact

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

Phone: 307.203.2223
Email: info@tetonadaptivesports.com

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

Photo Credits:

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

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