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    February 15th
    This day trip includes ski rentals and will be a day program on beginner cross country ski trails.
    February 22nd-23rd
    This is an introductory Ice Climbing Trip in Catskills New York. We will be staying overnight at New Paltz Hostel and spending the following day outside climbing beginner ice climbing routes.
    March 28th
    This program will take participants through a progression of challenge course activities culminating in swinging off of a 30ft platform. Participants will develop confidence and applied leadership skills. Lunch will be provided.
    April 4-5th
    This on campus trip will provide an entry level camping experience teaching participants how to set up a campsite, use a propane camping stove, and an opportunity to explore the natural world of South Campus.
    April 18th
    This will be an introductory Standup Paddle Boarding trip where participants will learn basic maneuvering skills and get to explore the local Marsh Creek.
    April 18th-19th
    This is a beginner canoe trip where participants will paddle on flat water to an island where we will camp for the night. All equipment is included! No prior canoeing experience is necessary.
    April 25th
    Want to climb outside? We will be setting up top rope climbs at the local Ralph Stover climbing area. All equipment will be provided and it is recommended that participants complete the climbing fundamentals program prior to the trip.
    Weekly beginning March 23rd from 3:30-4:30pm until April 21st
    This is an overnight campout on the 20th-21st
    This program examines how we challenge our potential in order to bring forth our highest selves through Outdoor Recreation. We use Outdoor Recreation as a means to self-study, and a way to examine our interconnectedness with our environment. Womxn in the Wilderness provides different mediums of movement that will guide us towards questioning our capacity for discomfort and ask ourselves how we can best adapt to a life of opportunities with excitement and ease.

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