Summer Program

Adaptive Sports has been offering summer recreational opportunities and adaptive action sports for almost two decades. Below you will find a sampling of the activities that we run for local participants and visitors to the area. All activities can be adapted to meet the needs of individual participants.

Please visit our online Google program calendar by clicking HERE to see our trips for the summer season. We are also able to customize private trips for families or groups in addition to our regular scheduled outings. Please contact our office for details and pricing by calling 970-259-0374 or e-mailing program@asadurango.com. Download required forms and waivers by clicking HERE.

Coming from out of town? Click HERE for discounted lodging at the Hampton Inn in Durango.


adaptive action sportsRafting on The Animas

Come with us to explore one of the last free flowing rivers in the United States. The Animas River begins in the small historic town of Silverton flowing South through Durango and through the Southern Ute Native American Reservation. A trip down the Animas River is sure to be on the list of highlights for your Durango experience.

We offer half day rafting trips (typically either 9am-12pm or 1pm-4pm) throughout most of the summer season. We can also customize a trip especially for your group! For more details and to answer further questions, call 970-259-0374 or e-mail program@asadurango.com. Rafting is dependent on the river water levels and is an extremely popular activity. We recommend making reservations at least two weeks in advance.

 


adaptive kayakingFlatwater Canoeing & Kayaking

Canoeing and adaptive kayaking adventures take place on Durango area lakes and reservoirs. Past trips have been held at Lemon Reservoir, Electra Lake, Haviland Lake, Vallecito Reservoir, Little and Big Molas Lakes and more!

Check out our program calendar for upcoming trips or contact us if your group has a spot in mind. We can make it happen!

We will stop for lunch, but it is not included with cost of the trip. Please bring a sack lunch, snacks and plenty of water.


adaptive cyclingCycling

In 2008, ASA began pedaling the river trail with a variety of participants in our adaptive cycling program. Now, we bike around the campus at Fort Lewis College. We use specially adapted trikes, tandems trikes and typical two wheeled bikes to create an experience that everyone enjoys! Trips are typically two hours and can be scheduled and modified to meet the needs of your group. Contact us at 970-259-0374 or program@asadurango.com to discuss the exciting possibilities that this program offers.

Please bring snacks and plenty of water.


adaptive action sportsOvernight Camping

ASA runs one and two night camping trips throughout the spring, summer and fall seasons. We provide all the components for a fantastic and independent trip into the woods!

Contact us at 970-259-0374 or program@asadurango.com to discuss requirements, details, and gear needed for each camping trip.

Overnight Camping: Prices vary. Contact us for more information.

 


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