With the outdoors as your classroom, learn to thrive as a crew.
Your Outdoor Classroom
You don't have to travel far to enjoy tranquility of nature at our Leadville Mountain Campus. Our Frontcountry Expeditions take place at our established campsites where you'll get to enjoy camping and cooking meals outdoors. Enjoy the calmness of the forest as you set-up camp and prepare dinner alongside your peers. Bond with your group around the campfire at night. Through teambuilding programming and guided reflection your group will return home with skills for life including teamwork, leadership, and environmental stewardship.
Teambuilding at High and/or Low Ropes Course
Hiking expedition to Mt Massive, Frontcountry Yurt, Turquoise Lake, or Fish Hatchery
Snowshoe or Skiing adventure and Winter Recreation Safety Lesson
Orienteering and Backcountry Awareness Lesson
Service at Basecamp or with local community partners
The Courage Workshop. Students will develop the courage to persevere in the face of challenges and work together to achieve common goals. They will return home with skills in assertive and compassionate communication.
The Belonging Workshop. Students will discover their shared values and learn the power of an inclusive and caring community. They will return home eager to grow closer and support one another.
For Young Adults
The Self Awareness Workshop. Students will learn to recognize their emotions and how they impact the world around them. Through introspection and guided transference, students will return home with an awareness of their own strengths and the tools to continue to grow.
The Social Responsibility Workshop. Students will learn to value and respect the needs of others in their community. They will return home with an understanding of accountability and empathy.