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Autism Camp Mountain Day

Autism Camp Funded by Whistler Community Foundation on August 28th

Camp runs from 10am - 3pm. We will be meeting at a TBD location at 10am. To start the day we will go over our plan for the day and orient ourselves to the staff and surroundings. Following our orientation, we will head up the Blackcomb gondola and hike the decker loop and then return to the village after crossing to whistler on the peak to peak and heading down the Whistler gondola. Lunch will be provided for parents and children.

What to Bring
As we will be spending the whole day on the mountain it is very important to make sure you are all adequately prepared for the day. Temperatures will be cooler and poor weather can come in quickly on the mountain. Please consider both of these factors when dressing and packing clothes for yourself and your children. Please bring:

- Extra layers (pants and a sweater)
- Snacks
- Sun safety items (hat, sunglasses and sunscreen)
- Rainwear 
- Running shoes (children will not be allowed at camp this week if they do not have closed-toe shoes for walking on dirt trails)

Please contact Dylan Scrase to register: dscrase@whistleradaptive.com

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Autism Camp on the Water

Autism Camp Funded by Whistler Community Foundation: July 24th

Camp runs from 9am - 3pm. Meeting at Wayside Park at 9am, we will start the day going over our plan for the camp and orient ourselves to the staff and surroundings. We will then head over to our home base the Whistler Adaptive cabin and dock where we will launch our activities. We offer many options for watersport activities including kayaking, canoeing, stand-up paddle boarding and rowing. The day will be spent exploring Alta Lake, playing games and having fun. Lunch will be provided for all attendees.

What to Bring

As we will be spending the whole day in or around the water it is very important to make sure your child is adequately prepared for the day.
Please bring:

- Extra layers (pants and a sweater)
- Snacks
- Sun safety items (hat, sunglasses and sunscreen)
- Rainwear 
- Running shoes
- Bathing suit
- Towels for all participants

$45 for youth with Autism (with a WAS 2022/23 membership), $25 for each additional family member (WAS membership not required).

Please contact Dylan Scrase to register: dscrase@whistleradaptive.com

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Adaptive Bike Camp

Adaptive Mountain Bike Camp: September 9-11th

                                                               

Experience two days of coached mountain biking on the Cheakamus Crossing and Lost Lake trails.  

Weekend outline

Friday, September 9th
4-6 pm:  Meet and greet with participants and bike fitting @ Whistler Athletes Centre
6 pm: Dinner @ Whistler Athletes Centre  

Saturday, September 10th
 8:30-10 am: Breakfast @ Whistler Athletes Centre
10 am-12 pm: Bike session @ Cheakamus Crossing
12-1 pm: Lunch @ Whistler Athletes Centre
1- 4 pm: Bike Session @ Cheakamus Crossing ending at the Whistler Athletes Center
5 pm: Dinner @ Whistler Athletes Centre  

Sunday, September 11th 
8:30-10 am: Breakfast 
10 am-12 pm: Bike session @ Cheakamus Crossing

12-1 pm: Lunch @ Whistler Athletics Center 

1-2 pm: Pack up and head home

Pricing 

$260/participant: 

  • Bike rentals (XCR & Explorer 3)
  • Coaching
  • Meals (Breakfast, lunch, dinner) 
  • Includes WAS membership for the year 

$160/participant:

  • Coaching 
  • Meals (Breakfast, lunch, dinner) 
  • Includes WAS membership for the year 

$66/companion:

  • Meals only (Breakfast, lunch, dinner)

*Bike rentals available through Coastal Culture
*Accommodations available at Whistler Athletes Lodge (Booking code: WASPBIKE)

Please contact Dylan Scrase to register: dscrase@whistleradaptive.com

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