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We specialize in working with groups of veterans, individuals from rehabilitation hospitals, and organizations that serve people with disabilities from around the world. 

Our team of instructors and logistics experts work with trip organizers, therapists and medical staffs to tailor an experience for groups of up to 12 participants. From air and ground transportation, to accessible lodging, to meal planning and therapeutic recreational experiences, we pride ourselves on making a trip to Crested Butte a life-changing visit.

Watch this short video for an overview of our group trip experience. 


Our fleet of vehicles includes the latest in accessible transportation options. Our instructors can provide everything from ground transportation from the airport to a group’s travel around the Crested Butte area. 

The Kelsey Wright Building

The Kelsey Wright Building is a state-of-the art facility for adaptive sports and serves as your group's basecamp. The building allows us to house your group under the same roof as the Adaptive Sports Center's program office–rather than have you travel from separate locations. This also provides more interaction between participants and staff, builds a sense of team, and ultimately results in more time spent outside. Learn more about the Kelsey Wright Building >


The Adaptive Sports Center has two lodging options for groups, the John B. Hampton Lodge and the Gothic Lodge. Both are designed to ensure that a group’s therapeutic experience extends beyond the ski hill or biking trails.

The John B. Hampton Lodge, located in the Kelsey Wright Building at the base of Crested Butte Mountain Resort, is fully accessible and provides easy access to the Program Office on the first floor. An open kitchen and living room promotes interactions amongst participants. The lodge accommodates up to 13 people. 

The Gothic Lodge, located in the heart of Crested Butte, is designed for people with disabilities. This fully accessible home includes a large living area and group kitchen and accommodates up to 12 people. 


We make adventure happen for our groups, tailoring week-long skill-based trips that can include a wide range of activities. Our staff works with group leaders to create a detailed itinerary that delivers a transformational therapeutic recreational experience for the entire group.

Groups Served

  • Baylor Scott & White Medical Center
  • Brooke Army Medical Center
  • Chapel Haven
  • Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind
  • Colorado Springs Parks and Recreation
  • Craig Hospital
  • D.C. Burn Foundation
  • Expedition School
  • First Descents
  • Fort Carson
  • International Neurorehabilitation Institute
  • Johns Hopkins University Hospital
  • Kennedy Krieger Institute
  • Los Angeles VA
  • Mountain Mobility
  • Move Mountains
  • Northern Suburban Special Recreation Association
  • Operation BASH
  • Paralyzed Veterans of America
  • Rancho Los Amigos Rehabilitation Hospital
  • Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana
  • Roger Pepper Adventure Camp
  • Shirley Ryan AbilityLab
  • Six Points Evaluation and Training
  • Tampa VA
  • The Joy School
  • Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired
  • Texas Scottish Rite Hospital
  • Texas Shredders
  • Wounded Warrior Project

Interested in bringing a group here?

Please reach out to Chris Read, CTRS at to learn more about our Group Programs. Groups typically originate through an organization with a trip leader. We then tailor an experience for groups of up to 12 participants. From air and ground transportation, to accessible lodging, to meal planning and therapeutic recreational experiences, the Adaptive Sports Center offers amazing support to making your vision a reality.