2017/18 Break Trips

Our extended trips during Winter and Spring Break provide an experience that is unforgettable. A week of getting to know a new group of people, while exploring and learning skills, allows participants to forget about their school work or job and focus on the beautiful outdoor areas and exciting activities offered.

These trips are camping based. This means that you will stay in tents every night and cook your food on camp stoves. Showers may be available a few sites along the way.

Registration Information


Winter Break

Texas and New Mexico: 

Texas desert scene






Texas and New Mexico- Come to the desert southwest to backpack, hike, cave and camp. Areas we will visit include Big Bend National Park, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, and Carlsbad Caverns National Park. Dates- Dec. 27, 2017 to Jan. 6, 2018. Medium physical difficulty: beginner skill level. Information Packet.  

Cost: $625

Registration: Participants must register in person at the WVU Outdoor Recreation Center (Located in the free zone of the WVU Student Recreation Center).

For questions call: (304) 293-2203

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Spring Break

Florida:

Florida water





Get ready to experience the beautiful beaches, springs and rivers of Florida. We will kayak, snorkel, swim, and camp in Manatee Springs SP, Ichetucknee Springs SP, Cedar Key & the Santa Fe River.  Medium physical difficulty: beginner skill level. 

Cost: $425

Registration: Participants must register in person at the WVU Outdoor Recreation Center (Located in the free zone of the WVU Student Recreation Center).

For questions call: (304) 293-2203


North Carolina – Pisgah National Park

pisgah

Get ready to experience the rugged mountains & cliffs of North Carolina. We will backpack, climb and camp in the Table Rock/Linville Gorge area of Pisgah National Forest. Focus for this trip will be skills acquisition, with time spent on backcountry skills, navigation and intermediate climbing skills. Medium physical difficulty; beginner skill level.

Cost: $310

Cost includes instruction, transportation, all gear, food (except road food), camping fees, and trip activities.