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Adventure Experiences for Special Populations
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Adaptive Adventures
Sports and recreation for adults and children with disabilities. Programs include adaptive skiing, Nordic skiing, sledge hockey, snowmobiling, handcycling, paddle sports, sailing, water skiing, and adventure trips.
303-679-2770
Colorado, USA
 
All Out Adventures
Year-round inclusive outdoor programming in the New England region. Programs include Kayaking and cameoing, cycling, hiking, birdwatching, orienteering.
413-527-8980
info@alloutadventures
Massachusetts, USA
 
Bay Area Outreach & Recreation Program
BORP offers a number of competitive adaptive sports programs for adults and kids. Programs include: Wheelchair basketball, integrated handcycling, swimming, weightlifting, archery, table tennis,track & field. The Adventures & Outings Program (A&O) offers a wide array of outdoor recreation activities, group adventure trips, and urban outings that appeal to a variety of ages, interests and abilities.
info@borp.org
510-849-4663
California, USA
 
Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center
The Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center (BOEC) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to expand the potential of people with disabilities and special needs through meaningful, educational, and inspiring outdoor experiences. BOEC offers winter programs including various types of adaptive skiing and snowboarding, winter camping, challenge courses, orienteering, and educational programs. Summer activities include- handcycling, hiking & backpacking, rock climbing, rappeling, canoeing, whitewater rafting, kayaking, camping, rope courses, and orienteering. BOEC also offers seasonal programs and camps for young people and adults. BOEC is located in Breckenridge, Colorado.
boec@boec.org
970-453-6422
Colorado, USA
 
Challenge Alaska
Challenge Alaska (CA) is a non-profit organization that provides sports and therapeutic recreation opportunities for those with disabilities. Challenge Alaska was established at Alyeska Resort in Girdwood, Alaska in 1980. Since then, professionally trained staff have taught downhill ski techniques to people of all ages who have a physical or mental disability. CA built and currently operates the International Sports, Recreation and Education center near the base of Chair 3 on Mt. Alyeska.
info@challengealaska.org
888-430-2738
Alaska, USA
 
CW HOG
Cooperative Wilderness Handicapped Outdoor Group provides challenging outdoor adventure activities in a supportive environment. Programs include adaptive snow ski, martial arts, weightlifting, swimming, aerobics, and other activities. An adventurous week long day camp, the Kids Camp is designed for children of all abilities and their families. Activities may include horseback riding, water-skiing, rock climbing, rappelling, canoeing, and scuba diving. An overnight camping trip and whitewater raft trip gives your child an opportunity to experience the outdoors.
208-282-3912
Idaho, USA
 
Environmental Traveling Companions
Through ETC's Sea Kayaking, River Rafting, Cross-Country Skiing and Youth Leadership School adventures people with disabilities and other special needs overcome perceived limitations, attain greater personal freedom and confidence, and better understand themselves in relation to others and the environment.
info@etctrips.org
415-474-7662
California, USA
 
Southeast Alaska Independent Living (SAIL)
SAIL is a private nonprofit organization that provides consumer-directed independent living services to people with disabilities throughout Southeast Alaska. ORCA (Outdoor Recreation and Community Access) is the recreation program of SAIL. ORCA's mission is to promote inclusive recreation and adaptive outdoor pursuits for Southeast Alaskan's who experience disabilities. SAIL also has a lending library of adaptive resources and assistive technology. Recreational programs include adaptive ski and snowboard school - youth Adventure Club - kayaking - biking - hiking, rafting, canoeing and multi-day adventure trips. Adaptive equipment is available so people of all abilities can participate.
(907) 586 0104
 
Taasc
TAASC offers programs in handcycling, kyaking, sailing, rock climbing, skiing, water skiing, and sled hockey. Located in Colombus, Ohio.
614. 293. 4963
 
Western DuPage Special Recreation Association
WDSRA offers such fun programs as Special Olympic sports, cultural experiences, preschool programs, overnight and week-long getaways, senior outings and more.
 
Wilderness Inquiry
Integrated wilderness trips involving people with disabilities as well as people who do not have disabilities—as equals and peers. Wilderness Inquiry (WI) is a non-profit organization that helps people from all walks of life to personally experience the natural world. They believe there is nothing like being there to fully appreciate the environment and the people we share it with. Each year they operate over 200 multi-day trips to locations around the world. In addition to these trips, they offer a variety of day-long programs, training sessions and other events.
info@wildernessinquiry.org
800-728-0719
USA
 
Wilderness On Wheels
The nonprofit Wilderness On Wheels Foundation operates a model wilderness-access facility which makes a Colorado mountain environment accessible to all. Activities include hiking, fishing, wildlife watching, picnicking, and camping.
(303) 403-1110
wow@ecentral.com
Wheat Ridge, Colorado
 
With A Little Help
A non-profit organization providing camping opportunities in Wisconsin for adults with Muscular Dystrophy and related neuromuscular conditions.
 
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