Winter Veterans Programs
BOEC’s Heroic Military Program is open to veterans, active duty military and members of the Guard and Reserve. Our programs are designed to suit the unique needs of those who have been injured while serving our country and are faced with new challenges associated with recovery. Because family members are critical to the healing process, they are welcome to participate in many of our classes.
We are proud to offer this program at low or no-cost to active military members and veterans from anywhere in the United States. The program consists of a number of ski and snowboard opportunities using the highest quality instruction and equipment at BOEC’s Breckenridge Adaptive Ski & Snowboard School and Keystone Adaptive Center.
Check out some of our veteran’s programs below. Additionally, if you are interested in participating in one of our programs, fill out the interest form below.
All of BOEC’s Heroic Military Program offerings feature activities to which both the experienced and those totally inexperienced are welcome to apply. Due to generous support from our sponsors, all or most costs are covered—lodging, meals, equipment, and some travel—depending on the offering. However, we have limited funds—so apply early!
BOEC also specializes in creating customized programs for military groups. Past groups include Adaptive Adventures, USABA, Wounded Heroes Family Adventures, The Not Forgotten Association and Team Semper Fi. If you have an interested group, give us a call.
*BOEC would like to thank all of those organizations and individuals whose generous contributions support the BOEC Heroic Family Military Program.
“We all here here for each other. There are a lot of people who have the same injuries as me, so we can support each other. We keep our hopes up. We tell each other never to give up . . . There’s a lot of support out there, but it’s most important to not give up on yourself.”
“All of us have been really impressed with how we’ve been welcomed, and that’s what’s important for the country: the actions we do to take care of each other.”