Designed for 5th – 6th graders of all experience and ability levels, our weeklong multi-sport expedition camp lets kids explore the diverse and dramatic landscape of Steamboat Lake State Park in Colorado, taking on a range of adventure sports by day and camping under the stars by night. Located 27 miles north of Steamboat Springs, Hahn’s Peak serves as the backdrop of the spectacular, 2,820-acre Steamboat Lake State Park. Featuring marsh lands, quaking aspens, miles of trails, and breathtaking scenery, it’s a perfect spot for adventures.
After setting up a campsite that will serve as their home base for the week, campers (no more than 13 to a group with 2 staff members) discover what the “multi” in our multi-sport program really means. Namely, embarking on an different adventure every day—biking the park’s extensive trails one day, plus standup paddleboarding, hiking, white water rafting and archery—all the while building technical skills and fostering a deeper appreciation for the outdoors.
From cooking their own meals on camp stoves to sleeping in tents, negotiating tough terrain, expedition campers learn to meet countless challenges with intelligence and poise. It’s a confidence-building, life-changing experience that gives them the skills and independence they need for a lifetime of adventure.
We are tracking the state and county public health orders closely. Expeditions are small, self-contained, and self-quarantining groups that are well suited for this next phase of the COVID-19 pandemic. We are hopeful to be able to run our Expeditions. Of course, depending on the changing recommendations from the CDC, state and county governments, and medical experts, we may need to cancel or adjust these programs. Click here for cancelation and refund policies.
* Departure and pick up are in Louisville, CO.