The Kids Adventure Games™ offers kids, ages 6 through 14, the opportunity to experience the thrill of adventure racing. The races emphasize teamwork, problem solving, sportsmanship, environmental awareness and fun. The kids cross the finish line, muddy, sweaty, smiling and full of pride. The intent of the Kids Adventure Games™ is  to be challenged yet have fun, be determined, develop good character, sportsmanship, teamwork, build grit and resiliency, be able to think on your feet and finish the day with a smile. 

What the Kids Adventure Games™ creates is an exceptional kid’s event with far reaching, lifelong lessons. 

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Inaugural Family Adventure Quest at Copper (13-Jul-2016)


We hosted our inaugural Family Adventure Quest at Copper Mountain on July 2! It was a blast. This is the first time we've held a "parent/kid" race making it new and exciting for everyone.


Although the weather was a bit uncooperative (rainy), the race was a huge success and we received many great compliments on it. I heard parents say things like, "I thought it would be easier," or "my kid was much faster than me." Most parents came "for" their kid, so I don't think they thought they were going to get as much out of it as many of them did.


With plenty of new obstacles including the Glacier Climb and Orienteering, the race was full of encouragement, teamwork, spirit and happy kids and adults. The Orienteering obstacle offered teams a chance to use a compass and find their way to buckets of tokens, which were later used to do Copper's Zip Line and Rock Wall obstacles. In my opinion, the course was definitely one of the more adventurous courses and families had to really work together to navigate it! We also had a secret word on an unmanned obstacle along the course. The teams had to find the secret word under the covered bridge before they could advance to the next obstacle, the Tyrollean Traverse over the creek. Many teams found the word, but many did not and were sent back to look for the covered bridge. One of the most comical obstacles of the day was watching the parents, a bit taller than their children, try to navigate the Darwin Dash across the West Lake at Copper. Kids flew through the obstacle while parents were unsuccessful in keeping themselves dry. Overall, it was a very successful race and we are looking forward to returning next year.


This event was close to home for the Kids Adventure Games crew as most staff lives just 30 minutes away. It made it really fun for all of us to be able to come home at night and start to prep for our next race at the Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe, V.T. on July 29-31. Stay tuned for more fun photos as we travel back to the east coast! Following Stowe, we return back to our home turf in Vail for our largest event of the summer.


Time to keep on driving! Lets Go Adventure with Toyota!

Emma Reeder, Age 13, Kids Adventure Games Staff


An adventure racer tackles the Darwin Dash at Copper Mountain  Did you know Copper Mountain has a terrain park that is open in the summer?
So cool, we used it for our Glacier Climb. 
 A little Tyrollean Traverse action. 


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