Adventure Trips

Registration for 2018 Camps and Trips will open soon!

2017 Summer Adventure Trips

Boots, Boats and Climbing Ropes

Ages: 12-14 | Cost: $995

BBCR is our beginner to intermediate Adventure Trip designed to engage students in a variety of outdoor recreation opportunities. The course is designed to increase the challenge for older participants who have moved beyond camp, and to provide a means for youth to discover their passions in the outdoors. This 8 day trip includes:

  • 4 days, 3 nights of backpacking in scenic State Forest State Park near Cameron Pass
  • Rafting on the Arkansas River through Brown’s canyon, one of the premier rafting locations in the world!
  • Rock Climbing and Ropes Course at the beautiful No Barriers Mountain campus

Throughout this adventure students learn the skills necessary to enjoy the backcountry safely and comfortably while also getting a chance to challenge themselves and look within for the inspiration to grow and succeed. The course includes all transportation, meals, guided rafting and camping accommodations while on the program.


  • June 29 – July 6
  • July 22 – 29


New!  Boots, Boats and Climbing Ropes Advanced

Ages: 12-14 | Cost: $1,095

New this year we are offering an extended and more advanced itinerary of our incredibly popular Boots Boats and Climbing Ropes trip.  The 10-day course will include:

  • 2 full days rafting with some junior guide training on the world class Arkansas River
  • Backpacking in the Rocky Mountain’s Collegiate Peaks
  • Rock Climbing and High Ropes at the beautiful Educo Mountain campus

New destinations and challenges are sure to make this a trip to remember!


  • August 3 – 12


Survival School 

Ages: 14-16 | Cost: $1,195

Survival School is the longest and most challenging course we offer. It is designed as a chance for participants who already have some outdoor experience to gain greater mastery of their skills.  This program is all about living in the outdoors, including orienteering, water purification, fire making, shelter building and a variety of other pertinent skills. The 11-day course moves through a variety of locations for backpacking and camping. Some of the highlights of the course include:

  • A 4 day/3 night backpacking portion near Cameron Pass
  • Rafting on the Poudre River
  • Exploring the many lakes and trails in the Red Feather Lakes area
  • Rock climbing and the high ropes course on the beautiful No Barriers Mountain Campus  
  • A capstone night of “solo” camping, giving students the chance to experience the beauty and growth of a night of reflection in the woods, with safety and guide support nearby


  • June 11 – 21
  • July 9 – 19