The Outdoor Adventures Program seeks to provide opportunities for students, faculty, and staff to safely engage in a variety of outdoor experiences, develop the skills necessary to enjoy the outdoor experience(s) of one’s choice, learn about the natural environment, help maintain and improve the natural environment through service, become part of an intentional community, and develop leadership, communication, problem solving, and team building skills.
OA sponsors various activities including biking, canoeing and kayaking, climbing, hiking and backpacking, and skiing and snowboarding. Equipment may be rented from the Outdoor Adventures Center located on the lower level of Bowman Hall (375-2579). Information on locations, etc. also may be obtained from the OA staff members working in the center. New activities and ideas are welcomed.