With the outdoors as your classroom, bond and learn to work together.
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.
The Physical Engagement Workshop. Students will learn about experiencing and expressing oneself through the body and its senses. They will return home with more competence and motivation for physical activity, while learning to express their emotions and apply strategies to meet their emotional needs.
Reflection Workshop. Students will gain skills in examining and questioning one's actions, roles, relationships and assumptions. Students will return home better able to see their connection and responsibility to their communities.
Group Challenge activities at our High and Low Ropes Courses
Hiking expedition to Mount Massive, Turquoise Lake, or along Rock Creek
Snowshoeing or Skiing adventure and Winter Recreation Safety Lesson
Orienteering and Backcountry Awareness Lesson
Service at Leadville or Moab Base Camps or with local community partners.
Your Outdoor Classroom in the Colorado Rockies
You don't have to travel far to enjoy the tranquility of nature at our Leadville Mountain Campus. Our Camping 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.