Challenge Aspen offers a variety of both open enrollment and private group camps year-round to people with disabilities. Being ideally located in Aspen/Snowmass in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, Challenge Aspen is able to offer a multitude of recreational activities that take advantage of its surroundings.
During the winter months, Challenge Aspen offers adaptive ski and snowboard camps in addition to daily lessons. Camps designed specifically for injured service men and women are also available through C.A.M.O., Challenge Aspen\'s veterans\' programs divisions, and include other winter recreational activities such as snowmobiling and back-country hut trips.
Summertime brings camps for children and teens with various disabilities as well as C.A.M.O. camps for injured military. The childrens and teens\' camp offerings include an art camp, a music and dance camp, and more. All of the summer camps incorporate the variety of outdoor activities for which Rocky Mountain summers are famous - from whitewater rafting to equine therapy to hiking.
Pre-registration is required to guarantee a spot in one of the camps. Due to the popularity of the camps and the limited number of openings, early registration is strongly recommended.
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