Adaptive Activities Guide

Breckenridge is for everybody to enjoy. No matter your limitations, there is something incredible for you to experience in Breckenridge. That’s why we’ve put together a list of Adaptive Activities in Breckenridge as your resource to getting the most out of your stay.

Indoor Adaptive Activities in Breckenridge:

Museums & Arts

The Welcome Center on Main Street in Breckenridge during Summer is place to go to find out about adaptive activities in Breckenridge.
The Breckenridge Welcome Center on Main Street is the center for information on all things Breckenridge.

Boasting a children’s area and a fully accessible building with elevators, the Breckenridge Welcome Center and Museum are meant to be explored by all who visit town. The museum is open every day of the year with complimentary admission.

Learn about one of Breckenridge’s founding fathers in his own fully accessible Victorian home.

Catch a glimpse of the Breck ski and snowboard scene from 100 years ago as you explore the accessible first floor of the museum.

Create your own work of art! Paint pottery or canvas or take part in a glass fusing workshop.

Swimming, Ice Skating, & Fitness

With adult classes, kids’ camps, and a newly renovated facility, the recreation center has activities for all ages and abilities. The building is wheelchair accessible, boasts a lap pool equipped with a hydraulic lift, and a leisure pool with full ramp entry and rentable waterproof wheelchair.

Summer camp and after school camp have recreational therapists for children to assist with a multitude of needs. Private adaptive fitness classes also available with advanced notice.

Ice rink is wheelchair accessible

Outdoor Adaptive Activities in Breckenridge:

Cycling

Adaptive bikes available for rent, must reserve in advance.

Tandem bikes available for rent.

Parks & Camps

Mini golfing at Breckenridge Ski Resort's Epic Discovery in the summer
Epic Discovery is full of different activities for all abilities!

Between the Gondola, ziplines, Jeep tours, bungee trampolines, Gold Runner Coaster, Alpine Slide, Colorado Chair scenic ride, and Breck Flyer Zipline, there are rides available for all abilities. Provide Breckenridge Resort with at least 72 hours notice for best accommodations.

Activities available for all abilities and ages during the summer and winter seasons.

Activities range from adaptive ski and ride schools, adaptive yoga, canoeing and kayaking, whitewater rafting, rock climbing, ropes courses, and more. BOEC offers incredible adaptive specialty camps for those with: MS, brain injuries, Parkinson’s, sensory processing disorders and autism, developmental disorders, and veterans who suffered injuries. BOEC also specializes in creating customized programs for private groups. Camps and customized programs require an application process and advanced planning, contact BOEC for application details.

Accessible train park located next to ice rink.

Summer Dog Sledding

To keep the dogs in shape over the summer, you will be pulled in a golfcart behind a pack of huskies.

Rafting

Will accommodate any ability level with advanced notice.

Frame ore rafts available.

Guests must be able to brace with their arms, must provide advanced noticed.

Tours

In addition to their complimentary museums, the Heritage Alliance can also organize customized historical tours.

Learn firsthand about Breckenridge’s gold history as you go 1000 feet into a mine. Entire tour is wheelchair accessible but the site can get muddy.

Experience Georgetown’s mining history in one of their accessible train cars.

See scenic Leadville on one of the train’s many tours. This train can accommodate walkers and wheelchairs though advanced notice is recommended.

Fishing

With wheelchair accessible streams nearby, Breckenridge Outfitters can teach any ability level how to fly fish.

Horses

Right in town, Breckenridge Stables will guide you through beautiful trails on the Ten Mile Range. For summer trail rides, guests must be able to support themselves on a horse. During the winter, sleigh rides are available for all abilities.

Get your cowboy on at this working cattle ranch in Kremmling, CO. Guests must be able to support themselves and command horse.

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