Wasatch Adaptive Sports believes in the development of ability, independence and active living through recreation. We provide entry-level through advanced instruction of winter and summer recreational pursuits for individuals with adaptive needs and their families. Through personalized assessments and instruction, along with adaptive equipment, we work together to achieve your goals and experience the outdoors without limitations. Wasatch Adaptive Sports programs focus on increasing independence and mobility in a social environment.
Want to get involved? Learn more about each of the programs and the measures WAS is taking to mitigate the risks involved with COVID-19 by visiting the Program Registration page.
WAS’ program director Eileen May-West and parent TyAnne Crook share tips about hiking with a person with an adaptive need and what to consider before hitting the trail on Columbia Sportswear’s Blog. Check out the article here!Read More
This past spring, WAS started offering a new program where students can connect and get active together. Matt Carter, a WAS board member, and physical therapist at Neuroworx and WAS student Taylor Cutler share why a diagnosis-specific group ride is an important resource and opportunity for the Utah community. “I currently sit on the board …Read More
Hello! We may have met already and if we haven’t, I look forward to it! My name is Rochelle and I am proud to represent Wasatch Adaptive Sports as our lead instructor. I am a Washington state local who has been swept away by the beauty of Utah, recreation therapy, and adaptive sports. After teaching alpine skiing …Read More
Lexi Dowdall is a WAS volunteer instructor who signed up to participate in the WAS Hustle in 2020. Read about how she became involved with WAS and decided to take on a challenge through the Hustle that changed her career trajectory! I nervously attended volunteer training sessions for Wasatch Adaptive Sports in December of 2017. ...Read More
Allie Peterson, a WAS Instructor, shares about how she came to love cycling and why the WAS Hustle was just what she needed to motivate her to get out on her bike in 2020. I began working for Wasatch Adaptive Sports three years ago, at the time I still thought biking was a pretty silly ...Read More
We are excited to announce that starting on July 1, 2021, Rob Carpenter will become the chairman of the WAS Board of Directors. Rob is the senior vice president at Altabank and has served on the WAS Board as a member and treasurer before this role. As he steps into the role as chairman, he …Read More
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