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InterVarsity Pioneer Camp Alberta

Senior Skills Shefa

InterVarsity Pioneer Camp Alberta  []


Session Details:
Type:
Overnight Camp
Specialization:
Traditional (multi activity)
Age (Gender):
15 - 17 (Coed)
Capacity:
80
Special needs support:
No

Contact Camp:
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Shefa (pronounced Safe-a): Continuing the progression of Junior Skills Zao (pronounced Z-at-oh), we have three different adventures, all intertwined in God’s incredible creation to help us write the amazing story of Shefa! Campers will choose one of the following tracks to focus on in their time with us, but will also have a track mix-up time to try the other ones.

This camp is focused on the next step of horsemanship, canoeing (moving water) and artistic expression.

  • Ride:  Spend at least half your day at the barns, this program will focus on working with horses through groundwork, training, and theory. The other half-days will focus on mounted riding skills including control, correct positioning, training techniques and taking your horse further both in the arena and on trail rides.
  • Paddle:  Discover amazing community and adventure as you learn to paddle a tandem (2-person) canoe, first on Crimson Lake, then on the Mighty North Saskatchewan River. Through mountains and valleys, rapids and eddies, experience the thrill of moving water paddling with old and new friends in this exciting stream (pun intended!).
  • Zoom:  This is a fine arts experience (photography, painting, sketching) like no other! The Visual Arts are the tools on this quest to capture the beauty and reality of life around us. Zoom is all about taking time to stop and focus in on a particular fine arts skill or piece of creation, to notice details and to capture them in a visual medium as a way of story-telling. Days are spent exploring and honing the various techniques of photography, painting and sketching. Evenings are spent sharing work, stories and laughter.

The fun continues with wide games, swimming, a chance to try the climbing wall, archery range or canoeing, all while focusing on spiritual development as we seek God’s character revealed to us in creation, Bible study and each other. There will be an overnight camp out on the land, and lots of learning. Shefa means “abundance” and this camp is about living life abundantly!

(Riding Limited to 40 campers, the Paddle and Zoom streams are limited to 20 campers each.)

  • Location: Pioneer Camp Ranch, Rocky Mountain House


Session Dates & Locations:

LocationDateCost
Rocky Mountain House, AB
403048 Buster Creek Rd.
Aug 13-19, 2018 $579

Activities:


Recreational       Instructional       Intense or Competitive

  • Archery
  • Canoeing
  • Hiking
  • Horseback Riding/Equestrian
  • Painting
  • Photo/Video
  • Rock Climbing
  • Swimming
  • Wilderness Out-tripping
  • Wilderness Skills
Recreational       Instructional       Intense or Competitive


Busing:

Location Address Pick up Drop off
To/From Rocky Mountain House To/From Calgary/Edmonton/Red Deer
CalgaryCalgary Deerfoot City (formerly Deerfoot Mall), 901 – 64 Ave NE. Meeting location will be in the large parking lot just to the EAST of Tim Hortons in the NE corner of the mall.12:15 pm1:00 pm
Edmonton1311 102 St NW, Edmonton, AB T6N 1M312:15 pm1:15 am
Red Deer204 Burnt Lake Business Park, Red Deer, AB T4S 2L41:45 pm11:45 am