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Mountain Rehab

Continued Rehabilitation of Spinal Cord Injury through Mountain Sport and Recreation

Continued Rehabilitation of Spinal Cord Injury through

Mountain Sport and Recreation

We believe that everyone deserves to enjoy the mountain adventure and we are determined to make that a reality. Join us on an exciting 2 year journey & be part of shaping a better future for all those living with a spinal cord injury.


Craig H Neilsen Foundation

Thanks to the generous support of the Craig H Neilsen Foundation, Rocky Mountain Adaptive (RMA) is launching a 2-year project designed to identify the obstacles that may be holding you back from enjoying mountain sport.

Adventure Catered to You

Get in touch to learn more about what’s available to individuals living with Spinal Cord Injuries.

Who does RMA serve?

Rocky Mountain Adaptive caters to individuals who identify as living with both acquired & congenital complete and incomplete spinal cord injuries. Our programs allow individuals of all abilities, from age 4 years + to take part in a range of exciting activities.

What activities are available?

During the Winter months, we offer mountain biking, alpine & Nordic sit skiing, swimming, curling, climbing and more! In the Summer, you can take part in kayaking, paddleboarding, canoeing, fishing, mountain biking, hand-cycling, and TrailRider hikes.

Success Stories

Living with an Astro Cytoma in Spine

Kevin Ackerman

What a great time we all had at Sunshine Village with RMA! Jamie was our instructor the first day and he was just terrific. We had a family lesson for Kevin Jr. on the sit ski and we all walked away learning something new that we applied the rest of the days. In fact, my other 2 kids have grown in their confidence and comfort level which really showed up when we took a wrong turn and went through some difficult trails under the ski lifts to get back to our original path. Even I was tested on that one!! Kevin Jr. had a tough first day on the sitski with getting used to it and building up his stamina but by the next two days, the family had a hard time keeping up with him.

Living with a Spinal Cord Injury

Hailey Cheng

Nick our instructor for Hailey’s sit ski lesson was excellent. He developed a great rapport with Hailey, and she learned very quickly on how to use the sit ski. The booking process was great, Jenni help us to arrange and book a schedule that worked for us. The team at RMA was excellent to work with in both the scheduling and the instruction offered.

Living with a Spinal Cord Injury

Dave Sagal

My first experience with RMA was a Bowhead REACH lesson. It was the first time that I had tried an adaptive activity since leaving the hospital.  I immediately realized I now had a world of different activities all re-opened to me because of the equipment and programming that RMA offered.

Living with Cerebral Palsy

Elise Carlson

Kim has worked with us driving the bucket for Elise our daughter. She is super friendly and fun and can ski all the fun tree runs and bumps Elise our daredevil loves to ride on her sit ski! We love this program. Thank you for making our ski lifestyle dream come true!