Our Offerings

Professional Bow Tuning

Make sure your gear is in top shape by getting a thorough tuning job done. Our tuning service inspects and evaluates your current setup, looking for opportunities to enhance your consistency by ensuring your bow, arrows and accessories are in working order and properly balanced.

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Open Range

The High Altitude Archery range consists of 37 lanes a standard 20 meters indoor distance divided into 3 separate practice areas. We also have movable bales which allow archers to practice at 10 or 15 meters.

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Archery Equipment

High Altitude Archery specializes in stocking a broad range of archery equipment focused on the needs of the competitive archer. Here you will find USA Archery approved equipment such as stabilizers, sights, strings, dampeners, arrows, and everything else imaginable.

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Archery Lessons

Lessons are available for any ability level from “never picked up a bow” to “have been shooting for years.” We teach ages 10 and up in group lessons and any age in private lessons. Online registration is available.

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Fun Facts

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Meet Our Team

Jolene Klein

Fitness Instructor

Cuatro Kruse


Kerstin Williams

Store & Range Manager

Tom Adjutant

Lead Instructor

About Us

High Altitude Archery is a Unique place. We understand that Archery is as much Mental as it is Physical. We also know that an Archer’s Abilities come first and their equipment merely supports their skill set. All of our Archers know that “Practicing with a Purpose” will give them the best possible results. It is …..

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  • Archery has always been something that has held an interest for me. I’m not sure why, something in the grace of the arrow flying through the air, or maybe the stillness of the archer before they loose the arrow. How I finally came into an archery shop looking for someone to get me started is unimportant, the learning started when I found Tom. From our very first lesson Tom has taken the time to show me not only the safety involved with archery but also making sure that I am not going to get hurt in the process by doing something out of my capabilities. Every lesson has brought on a new subtle challenge that has helped me progress along the way to becoming an archer. Tom has also encouraged me to join the archery community through local tournaments, something I look forward to starting. Tom has brought a sense of humor to every lesson and seems to enjoy watching me learn the art of archery as much as I have enjoyed learning it. It has been such a joy working with Tom that I look forward to having him coach me along my path; with his help I know it will be gracefully straight.

  • Tom has been great! I love working with him. He is very patient, yet takes no mercy. He’s been an amazing mentor and I can’t wait to continue working with him into the future. Tom truly believes that each of his students has what it takes to succeed and brings out the ferocity, strength & passion it takes to get there. I started with zero experience in archery, but within only a few short months of working with Tom, I am now shooting with other archers that have been shooting for years.

  • Taking classes with Tom has been a great experience. When I started classes this spring, I had no idea going into it what an entertaining, challenging, and addictive activity archery could be! I went into it just wanting to have some fun shooting arrows, but little did I know how it would capture my interest. I’ve gained strength, confidence, focus, and a strange desire to shoot at inanimate objects. Tom is outstanding as an instructor–he has a great sense of humor and a remarkable grasp on every possible aspect of the sport. He is very patient and gives a lot of positive feedback, while keeping the class rolling along with a variety of lessons. The classes themselves have been an enjoyable social experience as well. I’ve met fellow students from all over the Front Range, of all ages and levels of experience, and made some unexpected new friends.

    Greta Knievel
  • Since August 3, 2012, I have been a traditional archery student with Tom Adjutant. During this period, Tom’s patient and positive approach has advanced my skill level to where I can now practice archery by myself with confidence. Tom’s expertise spans not only the process of shooting the bow, but also the fabrication & function of the bow. I am looking forward to continuing my training with Tom.

    Steve Clark

Latest News

09 Sep

Announcing the Hitmen JOAD team

Welcome to High Altitude Archery’s Hitmen JOAD team program. The Junior Olympic Archery Development (JOAD) program is designed to help aspiring archers ages 8-20 become confident in their competitive ability and build skill as competitive archers. The Hitmen program is dedicated to having fun while achieving personal success in archery. The High Altitude Hitmen program …..

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28 Jul

Texas Roadhouse Longmont Team Building

The Team from Texas Roadhouse in Longmont came in last night for a little team building event. Cuatro lead them through some basic instruction, then it was time for some Zombie hunting and balloon popping. Everyone had a great time, and we look forward to the next event.

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25 May

Online Booking Now Active

Starting today, you can book your online classes using our new online booking service.  This service allows you to book classes, camps and private lessons with your favorite instructors.  Try it today. Book Your Class Online  

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