Oregon Adaptive Sports
About Oregon Adaptive Sports
Oregon Adaptive Sports provides life-changing outdoor experiences for individuals with disabilities. OAS offers year-round adaptive outdoor sports programs for individuals of all ages and abilities. If you or someone in your group/family is visiting Central Oregon and experiences a disability, OAS can empower you to experience the natural beauty and outdoor recreation that draw so many to our region. From skiing at Mt. Bachelor or Hoodoo to paddling among the Cascade Lakes, OAS has the adaptive sports equipment, staff, volunteers, and accessible transportation to create a successful outdoor experience for you!
Oregon Adaptive Sports is a Bend-based non-profit organization that provides life-changing outdoor experiences for individuals with disabilities. OAS’ year-round program include 10 different sports and activities for all ages and abilities. Oregon Adaptive Sports is working towards a day where all of Central Oregon is a model for a fully inclusive outdoor community.
Our programs are designed to accommodate a wide range of populations with different skill levels from never-evers to elite athletes.
Bend and all of Central Oregon are known far and wide for the plethora of warm weather activities available on the East side of the Cascades. Alpine lakes, wild and scenic rivers, towering basalt cliffs and old growth ponderosas await for you to hike, climb, bike, kayak or explore.
OAS offers a full slate of summer programs for youth and adults of various populations. OAS utilizes cutting edge adaptive equipment, accessible transportation, trained staff and volunteers to create the most fun and successful experience for each individual. Summer programs kick off May 30th and will run into September.
OAS offers a variety of summer programs at a variety of locations throughout Central Oregon. Programs are offered both on recurring schedules and available for private bookings. Most programs can accommodate a wide-range of ages and abilities, though some may or may not be suitable for certain individuals. To learn more about our summer program, please go to our Summer Page.
The foundation of our program, OAS has been providing adaptive ski lessons for people with disabilities since 1996. Currently, OAS offers adaptive skiing and snowboarding at Mt. Bachelor and Hoodoo ski resorts as well as a range of Nordic/cross country ski and snowshoe opportunities throughout the area. OAS is proud to house cutting edge adaptive ski equipment to accommodate a wide range of abilities. Staff and volunteers are trained and often certified to work within several disciplines of adaptive winter sports. To learn more about our winter program, please go to our Winter Page.