Special Events

We offer a variety of adaptive recreation programs in the spring and summer months. Check out our Summer Adventure Calendar to see what we have planned this spring and summer.

San Juan Sledders

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In early March, the San Juan Sledders snowmobile club in Durango offers fun rides around Molas Lake on their snow machines.

Creeper Jeeper Day

The local 4×4 club, Creeper Jeepers, provides a day of fun and four-wheeling to Adaptive Sports Association (ASA) participants. We meet at our downtown Durango office and head to the San Juan Mountains from there. Participants pair up with club members and explore the hills outside of Bayfield, CO. To top it off, a BBQ lunch is provided! This trip is a favorite and WILL fill up, so call 970-259-0374 or e-mail info@asadurango.com to reserve your spot.

Military San Juan River Trip
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The San Juan River is one of the most famous stretches of water in the West. This 58 mile trip is one of the most popular river trips in the country and we can’t wait to show you why! The river flows through spectacular canyons that many have dubbed a “mini Grand Canyon.”adaptive recreation programs

Participants fly into Durango, CO and shuttle to Mexican Hat, UT where our journey begins. The scenery is breath-taking and includes meandering goosenecks combined with rich natural and human history making this trip one you won’t soon forget. Participants are encouraged to work together as they navigate the canyon in paddle rafts, oar boats, stand up paddle boards, and inflatable kayaks. Nights are spent in the canyons sleeping under the stars. The trip ends at the Clay Hills take-out and participants drive back to Durango, CO where they spend the night and fly home the next day.

This trip is open to veterans and active duty service members with a permanent disability. ASA will cover all of the costs associated with the trip including airfare, lodging, transportation, most meals, guides, boats, and adaptive equipment to make the trip more comfortable including accessible portable toilets, beach mats, and raft chairs.

Note: Certain trips are for military women only.

For scholarship applications, please contact Ann Marie at annmarie@asadurango.com or call 970-259-0374.

Colorado River Multi-Day Trip

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adaptive recreation programsJoin ASA on a breathtakingly beautiful stretch of the Colorado River outside of Moab, UT. The Fischer Towers, named for the series of spectacular rock towers that can be seen from the river, is the perfect introduction into desert river trips.

ASA provides everything needed for a fun-filled and relaxing trip on the river. We bring stand up paddle boards, inflatable kayaks and a paddle boat if you’re looking for a bit more adventure through the splashy rapids. For those looking to kick back and take in the scenery, guide powered oar boats are available as well.

For an application, please contact Ann Marie at 970-259-0374 or annmarie@asadurango.com.


Activities Risk Statement

All participants will be required to follow the Adaptive Sports Association’s (ASA) policies and procedures and will be required to sign a Participant Assumption of Risks, Acknowledgment of Inherent Risks and Indemnity Agreement before or upon their arrival.

The programs we offer are adventurous and exhilarating outdoor activities. Natural and man-made elements and equipment variables are inherent risks of participation. Incidents with these factors can result in serious or fatal injury.

Please download and sign the following form, and then e-mail it to info@asadurango.com, fax it to 970-259-2174 or mail it to PO Box 1884, Durango, CO 81302.


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