Our goal is to offer free and reduced cost programs for youth. Our primary focus is high-school age but we do offer programs for other school-age youth. We strongly support Arizona foster-care and youth that have less access to outdoor programming.

**Staff has first aid and Wilderness First Responder training. All staff are fingerprinted and/or background checked. Transportation is not provided


These programs focus on high school youth. Our goal is to develop leadership, confidence, and social emotional learning through outdoor adventures. 

Social Emotional Learning goals include:



-Social Awareness

-Relationship Skills

-Responsible Decision-Making

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Rock Climbing

-3 to 6 hour sessions

-9 to 24 participants (must weigh over 35 lbs)

-All equipment included (helmets, harness, shoes)

-McDowell Mountains, Superstition Wilderness Area

-Queen Creek available for 7th grade and up

-Granite Dells, Prescott

-Ask about family trips!


-Up to 20 participants

-Various levels of difficulty

-Sunset hikes available

-multiple sessions building in challenge level

-Pinnacle Peak, Mcdowell Mountains, Superstition Wilderness Area (Phoenix Area)

-Thumb Butte, Prescott

-Other local locations available

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Team Building

-On-site or at local park

-Up to 100 participants (dependant on location size)

-1 to 6 hour sessions

-4th grade and up (recommended for high-school age!)

Outdoor/Primitive Skills

-Up to 25 participants

-Experiential science classes

-Fire safety/building, watershed, plant, animal, and water ecology

-On-site or at local park



-Up to 30 participants

-Campsite with bathrooms

-All equipment included (tents, sleeping bags, cooking equipment)

-Food included

-Lost Dutchman State Park, possibility for other locations


-Ages 7th grade and up

-Primitive campsites (hike to campsite)

-Challenging experience, leadership focused

-All equipment included

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