The Adaptive Sports Center held the 21st annual Crested Butte Open August 7 - 8 and the event was the most successful in our history!
There are many reasons why I wouldn’t recommend a June backpacking trip in the desert: hot temperatures, scorching sun and black flies. There are also many more reasons why I would recommend...
Shouts and cheers filled the air as James Tarantella deftly scrambled to the top of a slanted rock wall in a bright orange helmet, mere seconds after beginning his ascent.
After a massive panic attack, adaptive sports helped one veteran reclaim his life.
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Sara Fischer stared up at the sky passing by as ski patrol took her flat on her back down the longest run in North America.
The writing cabin at Dean Dillon’s ranch in Gunnison, Colorado only has one rule: there are no rules.
On a dark, rainy night in the mountains of Colorado — the kind that knocks out cell phone service and turns trails to mud — a lone figure bumped over roots and bushes, carving a new path...
In the spirit of the Wildflower Festival, Adaptive Sports set up a photography day with a group from the Hospital for Special Surgeries in New York City.
Last week I created a list of five things I wanted to accomplish while here in Crested Butte. Today I attempted number 5; ride my bike to work.
I am a rookie when it comes to mountain life. This summer I vow to check everything off this bucket list and live the mountain life to the fullest!
Being a part of the Adaptive team means being part of a very tight knit group.
The Bridges Of The Butte 24-Hour Bike Tour presented by Bank of the West loops through downtown Crested Butte.
Colorado School of Mines teams engineer & design assisted technology tools for the Adaptive Sports Center.