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Each of WAS’s recreational programs emphasize the development of skill, independence, and active living through a student-centered approach. Entry-level through advanced instruction, group sessions, and equipment rentals are available for year-round programs with the option of scholarship assistance. Each individual lesson includes one-on-one instruction and any equipment needed.

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Group rides and private sessions with our paid instructors take place throughout the week on the paved trails in Salt Lake City, Taylorsville, American Fork, and Provo.

All students are encouraged to utilize the robust WAS scholarship program. The scholarship application is included in the student registration forms.

UT Students: $20 per lesson
Out-of-town Students: $40 per lesson
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Our mountain bike program includes individual lessons and group rides which emphasize safety and technique while promoting independence and confidence. Rides will take place weekly at various trailheads, including WAS-adopted Little Valley Trailhead in Draper.

Lessons are offered for FREE in 2022

Located at Tibble Fork Reservoir, the paddle board and kayak program focuses on success found in either the sitting, kneeling or standing position.

All students are encouraged to utilize the robust WAS scholarship program. The scholarship application is included in the student registration forms.

UT Students: $20 per lesson
Out-of-town Students: $40 per lesson

Join WAS for a virtual yoga practice led by professional yoga instructors. Rent a yoga mat, blocks, and straps from WAS!

Classes are offered for FREE in 2022

All lessons held at Snowbird, Alta, Sundance, and Woodward include individual instruction, equipment rentals (stand-up and sit-ski), and a lift ticket. Lessons requested at other UT resorts (Brighton, Solitude) are offered as full-day only.

All students are encouraged to utilize the robust WAS scholarship program. The scholarship application is included in the student registration forms.

UT Students: $45 per half-day lesson
Out-of-town Students: $200 per half-day lesson

Adaptive equipment includes:
bi-ski, snow slider, SnoKart, monoski, ski bike, and outriggers

Snowbird logo    Alta Logo     Sundance logo

Snowshoe Groups will meet at the Temple Quarry Trail at the base of Little Cottonwood Canyon starting in January through the end of February.

All students are encouraged to utilize the robust WAS scholarship program. The scholarship application is included in the student registration forms.

UT Students: $20 per lesson
Out-of-town Students: $40 per lesson

Sign Up for an Outing

Join WAS for a virtual yoga practice led by professional yoga instructors on Wednesdays throughout the Winter Season. Rent a yoga mat, blocks, and straps from WAS!

Classes are offered for FREE in 2022

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Rent a stationary bike set-up from WAS and join us virtually for a weekly cycling class on Mondays throughout the Winter Season!

Classes are offered for FREE in 2022

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Veterans

Wasatch Adaptive Sports Veterans Program aims to provide outdoor recreational and social activities for veterans coping with military-related physical, cognitive, and emotional difficulties.

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Custom Group Programs

Wasatch Adaptive Sports works with various groups around the Salt Lake Valley to connect more students with recreational opportunities. Are you a group or organization that wants to get involved?

Group Programs

Rental Program

Wasatch Adaptive Sports is committed to helping students remain active at home. Adaptive equipment is available to rent to enable individuals with adaptive needs to recreate independently or with friends and family.

Rent Equipment

Scholarships

We aim to remove any barriers to entry for anyone interested in recreating. Scholarships are available for those who qualify. Learn more about how you can apply for tuition assistance.

Scholarships

Upcoming Events

Group Ride for Those With a Brain Injury/Stroke

May 18 @ 5:00 pm

Mountain Bike Volunteer Training

Little Valley Trailhead

May 19 @ 5:00 am

Mountain Biking – Equestrian Center

Equestrian Center

May 19 @ 4:00 pm

Yoga Retreat at Snowbird

Snowbird

May 22 @ 1:00 pm

Ladies Group Ride

May 25 @ 5:00 pm

Mountain Biking – South Maple Hollow Trail

South Maple Hollow Trail

May 26 @ 4:00 pm

Group Ride for Those With an Amputation or Limb Difference

June 1 @ 5:00 pm

Mountain Biking – Peak View Trailhead

Peak View

June 2 @ 4:00 pm

Group Rides for Those with a Spinal Cord Injury or Spina Bifida

June 8 @ 5:00 pm

Mountain Biking – Little Valley Trail

Little Valley Trailhead

June 9 @ 4:00 pm

Group Ride for Those With a Brain Injury/Stroke

June 15 @ 5:00 pm

Mountain Biking – Equestrian Center

Equestrian Center

June 16 @ 4:00 pm