Keystone Military Ski and Ride Camp - Colorado
United States of America
**By clicking the "register" button, you will be APPLYING for a position to this camp and will automatically be placed on the Waiting List. Due to the limited number of spots available (12 participants), your application will be reviewed by the Adaptive Adventures staff who will then get in contact with you if you have been selected**
The Keystone Adaptive Center and Adaptive Adventures are partnering once again to provide the Keystone Military All Mountain Ski and Ride Camp in beautiful Keystone, Colorado. This four-night, three-day camp provides disabled veterans and disabled members of the armed forces an opportunity to learn to ski or improve upon their skiing and riding abilities. All participants will experience one-on-one lessons and will be provided adaptive equipment as needed. All participants will travel and function as a group providing an opportunity for great camaraderie off the mountain.
This camp is open to skiers and snowboarders who are at a beginner to advanced level.
What to Expect
Participants will arrive on Monday, and check in to the hotel. We will gather before dinner for a meet and greet and then enjoy a group dinner. Buffet-style breakfast is provided at the hotel each morning and lunch is provided daily at the Keystone Adaptive Center between on-snow time. Dinner is on your own on Tuesday and Wednesday but a suggested location will be made each day if participants would like to go out as a group. On-snow instruction will occur on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 9:00am-Noon with a break for lunch and 1:00pm-3:30pm. Thursday evening Adaptive Adventures will host a group farewell dinner. All participants will depart on Friday morning.
All participants are financially responsible for their own transportation to and from the camp.
If you are in need of transport from the airport and back, please contact us and we may be able to arrange group travel at a discounted rate. All lodging, lift tickets, lessons, breakfast, lunch, some dinners, and equipment is provided at no cost. Veterans are responsible for their own travel and some meals.
This camp is provided FREE to disabled veterans and disabled members of the armed forces thanks to the support of the VA Adaptive Sports Grant.
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