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.
“Right…left…right…left,” cheered Cole, age three and Alex, his instructor, as they swung their arms in unison, linking turns down Chickadee. What may have appeared as a choreographed and much-needed snow dance from the chairlift was, in fact, Cole learning to initiate his first-ever turns in the bi-ski. This past weekend, three new students from the …Read More
The WAS team has been changing and improving many lives in different and incredible ways, including mine. My name is Wisem (Sam) Torbay, I am 21 years old and I am also a WAS (Wasatch Adaptive Sports) student since 2018. I am originally from Venezuela, located in the north of South America. I moved to …Read More
As I take the position of board chair on Wasatch Adaptive Sports (WAS) Board of Directors, I want to thank and congratulate Scott Beck for his leadership and commitment to our organization during his tenure as board chair. Scott and I will continue to work with our board and staff to continue growing our organization. …Read More
I have been a member of the Wasatch Adaptive Sports (WAS) community and team since the winter of 2016. Along with my day-to-day duties as a ski instructor for the Snowbird Mountain School, I assisted WAS's Special Event Manager, Robin Cecil. Robin and I were the team behind the scenes putting together the Steve Young ...Read More
Ed Chauner is an all-star WAS instructor and a key member of the Snowbird community. Read on as Ed shares all about his involvement with WAS, Snowbird, and his other endeavors in the world of skiing and cycling! I have been involved with the WAS cycling program for the last 6 years. Since starting with ...Read More
I became aware of Wasatch Adaptive Sports (WAS) in the summer of 2018. Driving south on 7th East past Liberty Park, I saw the “RED TRUCK” with the WAS emblem on it. I also saw people cycling with the group! This piqued my curiosity, as I am an avid cyclist! I drove up, parked, then ...Read More
At the Red Bull 400 I met a woman named Elizabeth from Wasatch Adaptive Sports, a non-profit adaptive ski clinic based in Utah. What they do is absolutely amazing! They teach adaptive friends how to develop an independent and active life through sports. They have summer and winter programs. I’m from LA and …Read More
Notice of Nondiscrimination Policy to Students
Wasatch Adaptive Sports does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and athletic and other administered programs.