You will have the unique opportunity to work primarily with female activity instructors and group leaders who will facilitate discussions about female role models in nontraditional sports like rock climbing and mountaineering, and the obstacles those women have overcome. Throughout this course, group leaders will work with participants to confront their own obstacles and to help them discover how conquering them can be rewarding, exciting, and exhilarating. It is our hope that each young woman will leave with greater confidence, lasting friendships, and a strong desire to continue her involvement in outdoor adventure activities.
Day 1: Sunday. Arrival. Equipment Issue, Group Welcome, Store Visit, Hike to campsite. Dinner & Campfire (every evening)
Day 2: Monday. Low Ropes Challenge Course. Mt. Bike Class & Instructional Loop. Outdoor Living Skills (edible plants, fire-by-friction, etc)
Day 3: Tuesday. 50’ Climbing Wall & Rappel. High Ropes Challenge Course.
Day 4: Wednesday. White-Water Kayak Class on Pond. Rock Climb & Rappel at Blue Springs rock climbing site.
Day 5: Thursday. Cave Tawney’s. Visit Cascades Waterfall
Day 6: Friday. Canoe New River/Whitethorn to McCoy
Day 7: Saturday. Canoe to Pembroke Island
Day 8: Sunday. White-Water Kayak New River/Ripplemead to Bluff City. Food/Store Re-supply
Day 9: Monday. Mt. Bike Pandpas Trails
Day 10: Tuesday. Backpack Rich Patch Trail to Bear Claw
Day 11: Wednesday. Backpack to Roaring Run. Natural Water Slide & Waterfalls
Day 12: Thursday. Rock Climb & Rappel Bald Mountain rock climbing site
Day 13: Friday. Return to Base Camp. Shower, Visit Camp Store. Zip Line, WA Olympics. Spaghetti Dinner. Campfire/Skits
Day 14: Saturday. Equipment Return. Breakfast. Depart
* This itinerary is an example of a trip. Each trip is different and subject to change.
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