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Who: This retreat is specifically designed for adults living with Parkinson’s disease or multiple sclerosis (MS).
Cost: $900
Included in the trip cost: Food, rustic accommodation, all group gear and specialty equipment, transportation during the course, and 24-hour instruction & supervision by professional BOEC staff members. If you wish to bring a friend, family, or caretaker an additional $425 charge will be applied. Scholarships are available.
What: This summer retreat provides unique physical outdoor experiences and features activities such as adaptive cycling, rafting, whitewater rafting, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, high ropes course, rock climbing, and plenty of time to enjoy the pristine mountain setting at our 39-acre Wilderness campus overlooking historic Breckenridge, CO. Evenings include home-cooked meals, sharing stories, campfires, and a time to relax. All specialty equipment, instruction, fun, fellowship, and laughs are included free of charge. You are welcome to bring a friend, family member, or care attendant, if needed.

Where: Based out of BOEC’s Scott Griffith Lodge in the mountains of Breckenridge, Colorado.

Registration: Open and applications will be accepted up until one month prior to course start. Applicants will be screened for appropriateness by BOEC upon receipt of a completed application packet and deposit. Space is limited to 10 participants. Please contact Claire DiCola at 970-453-6422 or [email protected] to request an application packet.
*Round-trip transportation from the greater Denver area to Breckenridge can be arranged through BOEC for an additional cost of $100.

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