CAMO WINTER PROGRAM

Sarah William’s Women’s Mountain Retreat: December 8th-13th

Sarah Williams was the first CAMO director. She is the inspiration for this, the 13th anniversary Women’s Mountain Retreat. This retreat is open to female service members with a physical and/or cognitive disability. This retreat is a fantastic opportunity for female veterans to network, share resources and create lifelong friendships. With the spectacular Colorado Rocky Mountains as the setting, and one-on-one professional adaptive ski/sb/sb instruction as the exercise, everyone comes away with new tools to help with the life challenges we all face. This retreat is open to 12 participants. Participation is guided by the eligibility guidelines listed.

Learn to Ski/Snowboard I: January 3rd-8th

All of our “Learn to Ski/SB/Ski Bike” retreats are co-ed, open enrollment retreats for any active-duty or retired veteran with a physical and/or cognitive disability who served the United States of America.  If you always wanted to give “snow-sliding” a shot, these retreats are for you!  If you already have experience sliding on snow, but want to “up your game”, these retreats are for you! CAMO provides one-on-one professional adaptive ski/snowboard/ski bike instructors for each of the 4 “on-snow” days of the retreat. Each afternoon we offer mental health and wellness sessions to round out our overall wellness coaching. Each retreat is open to 10 participants. Participation is guided by the eligibility guidelines listed.

Learn to Ski/Snowboard II: January 12th-17th

All of our “Learn to Ski/SB/Ski Bike” retreats are co-ed, open enrollment retreats for any active-duty or retired veteran with a physical and/or cognitive disability who served the United States of America.  If you always wanted to give “snow-sliding” a shot, these retreats are for you!  If you already have experience sliding on snow, but want to “up your game”, these retreats are for you! CAMO provides one-on-one professional adaptive ski/snowboard/ski bike instructors for each of the 4 “on-snow” days of the retreat. Each afternoon we offer mental health and wellness sessions to round out our overall wellness coaching. Each retreat is open to 10 participants. Participation is guided by the eligibility guidelines listed.

Cheyenne VA Retreat: January 26th-31st

Learn to Ski/Snowboard III: February 9th-14th

All of our “Learn to Ski/SB/Ski Bike” retreats are co-ed, open enrollment retreats for any active-duty or retired veteran with a physical and/or cognitive disability who served the United States of America.  If you always wanted to give “snow-sliding” a shot, these retreats are for you!  If you already have experience sliding on snow, but want to “up your game”, these retreats are for you! CAMO provides one-on-one professional adaptive ski/snowboard/ski bike instructors for each of the 4 “on-snow” days of the retreat. Each afternoon we offer mental health and wellness sessions to round out our overall wellness coaching. Each retreat is open to 10 participants. Participation is guided by the eligibility guidelines listed.

Learn to Ski/Snowboard IV: February 23rd-28th

All of our “Learn to Ski/SB/Ski Bike” retreats are co-ed, open enrollment retreats for any active-duty or retired veteran with a physical and/or cognitive disability who served the United States of America.  If you always wanted to give “snow-sliding” a shot, these retreats are for you!  If you already have experience sliding on snow, but want to “up your game”, these retreats are for you! CAMO provides one-on-one professional adaptive ski/snowboard/ski bike instructors for each of the 4 “on-snow” days of the retreat. Each afternoon we offer mental health and wellness sessions to round out our overall wellness coaching. Each retreat is open to 10 participants. Participation is guided by the eligibility guidelines listed.

Orr Motor Group/Patterson Retreat: March 7th-12th

Operation Roll Call: March 14th-19th

This is a closed retreat for Marines who served together through various post 9/11 deployments. CAMO offers this opportunity for 12 participants to reunite and share the amazing experience of skiing and snowboarding, yoga, breathwork, and sleep therapy coaching. The opportunity for treasured camaraderie is few and far between in civilian life, and this retreat offers the chance to learn life skills in a setting of shared experience and bonded strength.

Learn to Ski/Snowboard V: March 24th-29th

All of our “Learn to Ski/SB/Ski Bike” retreats are co-ed, open enrollment retreats for any active-duty or retired veteran with a physical and/or cognitive disability who served the United States of America.  If you always wanted to give “snow-sliding” a shot, these retreats are for you!  If you already have experience sliding on snow, but want to “up your game”, these retreats are for you! CAMO provides one-on-one professional adaptive ski/snowboard/ski bike instructors for each of the 4 “on-snow” days of the retreat. Each afternoon we offer mental health and wellness sessions to round out our overall wellness coaching. Each retreat is open to 10 participants. Participation is guided by the eligibility guidelines listed.

Learn to Ski/Snowboard VI: April 6th-11th

All of our “Learn to Ski/SB/Ski Bike” retreats are co-ed, open enrollment retreats for any active-duty or retired veteran with a physical and/or cognitive disability who served the United States of America.  If you always wanted to give “snow-sliding” a shot, these retreats are for you!  If you already have experience sliding on snow, but want to “up your game”, these retreats are for you! CAMO provides one-on-one professional adaptive ski/snowboard/ski bike instructors for each of the 4 “on-snow” days of the retreat. Each afternoon we offer mental health and wellness sessions to round out our overall wellness coaching. Each retreat is open to 10 participants. Participation is guided by the eligibility guidelines listed.


CAMO programs are funded in part by a grant from the United States Department of Veterans Affairs.  

Click below to view a sample winter itinerary.  The itinerary for all of our programs are very similar.  

Our focus is holistic wellness using adaptive recreation and  mind/body therapy.  We spend 6 hours each day with one-on-one professional instruction from the best, compassionate and highest certified PSIA adaptive pros in the country.  Every other afternoon we provide breathwork, yoga and sleep therapy sessions.  Each evening we take the opportunity to break bread together so groups can  network and share experience and resources. 

CAMO Retreats are funded in part by a grant from the United States Department of Veterans Affairs. The opinions, findings, and conclusions stated herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs.