Water Based Expeditions


Green River, Utah: Flat River Canoeing

7 DAYS, $2300 Per Person Minimum 6 People
$230 Each Additional Day

Get out and adventure! Join us as we explore one of Utah’s finest landscapes. This fun, dynamic program focuses on the environment as a catalyst for students to direct their life’s journey. During our expedition students will experience challenges requiring them to work collectively to problem-solve, take initiative, create a vision and develop leadership skills. Participants develop expedition-based skills such as camp craft, canoe skills, navigation and sense of place. Combine this trip with a Wilderness First Aid or Wilderness First Responder certificate to give students a true understanding of wilderness emergency medicine.

The calm waters of the Green River meandering through Labyrinth Canyon to the Colorado Rivet make up some of Utah’s most beautiful scenery. Join us as we explore over 50 miles of main canyon plus numerous side canyons. Travel through history as we view the ruins and rock art of the Pueblo Indians. Warm sunshine and desert sunsets complete this memorable experience.

Download PDF Learn More


Alaskan Adventure: Sea Kayak Prince William Sound

8 DAYS, $3250 Per Person
6-11 People
$335 Each Additional Day

Get out and adventure! Join us as we explore the beauty of Prince William Sound in Alaska. This incredible program focuses on exploration of the power of choice, vision, ownership, and personal leadership. During our expedition students will experience challenges requiring them to work collectively to problem-solve, take initiative, create a vision and develop leadership skills. Our experienced, knowledgeable guides bring a true sense of fun and adventure. Combine this trip with a Wilderness First Aid or Wilderness First Responder certificate to give students a true understanding of wilderness emergency medicine.

Prince William Sound and its many tributary fjords, passageways and islands offer limitless opportunities for exploration! Encompassing 7,000 miles of ocean, river deltas, tidal flats, and glaciers, Price William Sound is a sea kayaker’s paradise. Snow capped mountains shelter the sound from outside influence while protecting a rich diversity of life. Bears, eagles, sea lions, seals, orca, porpoise and countless birds feast on the most productive salmon run in the world. Our expert guides will provide sea kayaking instruction and trip preparation for this unique expedition: a truly “once in a lifetime” Alaskan adventure.

Download PDF Learn More


Missouri River Adventure: Canoeing

7 DAYS, $2100 Per Person
8-24 People
$175 Each Additional Day

Get out and adventure! Join us as we follow Lewis and Clark’s voyage along the Upper Missouri River in Montana. The Missouri Breaks National Monument provides a powerful environment for our expedition. Students will experience challenges requiring them to work collectively to problem-solve, take initiative, create a vision and develop leadership skills. As we float through history, combine this trip with a Wilderness First Aid or Wilderness First Responder certificate to give students a true understanding of wilderness emergency medicine.

The Missouri is the longest river in the United States. Join us and explore this majestic waterway as we follow the 1805 expedition of Lewis and Clark; exploring their campsites, pioneer homesteads and Native American rock art. Wildlife abounds throughout the area: elk, mule and white tailed deer, big horn sheep, coyotes, and pronghorn antelope. On this journey we experience, in an intimate way, the vast and historic Western Plains.

Download PDF Learn More


San Juan Islands: Sea Kayaking

7 DAYS, $2400 Per Person
6-11 People
$215 Each Additional Day

Get out and adventure! The San Juan Islands are nestled between Seattle, Washington and Vancouver and Victoria, British Columbia. The Islands average 250 days of sunshine annually. With over 200 rocky, forested islands to explore, this has become a world-renowned kayaking destination. During our expedition students will experience challenges requiring them to work collectively to problem-solve, take initiative, create a vision and develop leadership skills. Combine this trip with a Wilderness First Aid or Wilderness First Responder certificate to give students a true understanding of wilderness emergency medicine.

The San Juan Islands are surrounded by snow-capped mountains in virtually every direction. These Islands are the hidden gems of the Pacific Northwest because of the great weather, clear deep waters, pristine beaches and the abundance of wildlife including porpoise and orcas. Truly a place to experience and create memories to last a lifetime.

Download PDF Learn More

Back to Programs

%d bloggers like this: