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.
Summer Cycling Programs will reopen on Tuesday, July 21st! Programs will look different so please be sure to familiarize yourself with the added measures WAS is taking to mitigate the risks involved with COVID-19 during programming on the Program Registration page.
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Jill Atwood retired from her position on the WAS board of directors in July 2020. As the Director of Communications for the VA Rocky Mountain Region, she brought a wealth of knowledge and experience to the WAS team. We are incredibly grateful for the time she served and the continued support she offers to the …Read More
Phil is an avid cyclist and skier who participates in WAS’s year-round programming. Though lessons were put on hold during the spring season, WAS still launched the Equipment Rental Program to provide adaptive bikes for students to use independently. Read about Phil’s experience with his rented adaptive bike as he heads out on the trails …Read More
We Gotta Stay Together As I explored my musical archives this past month for an upcoming lip sync battle with our remotely working staff, I found the lyrics of the song “You Gotta Be” by Des’ree, circa 1994, captures the incredible sense of togetherness I have felt since this tidal wave of change came to ...Read More
Cole Spencer started participating in Wasatch Adaptive Sports (WAS) activities when he was 3 years old. Which at first, my husband and I were a little skeptical. We weren’t sure if he was going to be able to do much because of his age. Boy, were we wrong! He fell in love with skiing. He …Read More
Jared Dangerfield started working for Wasatch Adaptive Sports in the fall of 2019. He’s a certified EMT, PSIA Adaptive Level 3 Ski Instructor, and brings a great sense of humor to every lesson. With six years of experience in adaptive recreation and a lifetime of playing in the outdoors, we are excited to have him …Read More
Hi, my name is Jeff Page. When I was 55 years old on August 24th, 2015 while on vacation in Steamboat Springs Colorado, I had a mountain biking accident. Before the accident, all my outdoor recreation revolved around mountain biking, backcountry skiing, and snowboarding. I had been skiing for the previous 40 years and I would …Read More
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The officers, directors, committee members, employees, and persons served by this corporation shall be selected entirely on a nondiscriminatory basis with respect to age, race, religion, national or ethnic origin, disability, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression or veteran status. It is the policy of WAS not to discriminate on the basis of age, race, religion, national or ethnic origin, disability, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression or veteran status in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and athletic, and other administered programs.