Our weeklong multi-sport expedition camp lets 9th – 11th graders of all levels explore the majesty of Steamboat Lake State Park in northwestern Colorado, tackling adventure sports during the day and camping under the stars at night. The park’s wildflower-dotted meadows and vast, lovely lake sit in the shadow of awe-inspiring Hahns Peak, a perfect jumping-off point for adventure.
We call the camp “multi-sport” because every day offers up a new sport for campers to try, from hiking, biking and geocaching on land to white water rafting, stand up paddleboarding and fishing on the water. They’ll also hone their camping skills as they set up, maintain and break down the campsite they’ll call home throughout the week.
Building solid know-how in everything from cooking their own meals outdoors to conflict resolution, campers will gain newfound independence, life skills and respect for the natural world and forge deep connections with their fellow campers. It’s an unforgettable experience full of opportunities to grow, one that imparts confidence and independence that lasts long after the expedition ends.
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 Boulder, CO.