Red Wolf Voyageurs Program mixes camping, canoeing and leadership training for the ultimate backcountry adventure. Splitting their time between Red Wolf camp and a multi-day canoe trip, Voyageurs develop competencies in canoeing, navigation and map reading, portaging, water safety and rescue, campsite setup and care, and general outdoor skills. They may also be introduced to or build upon other wilderness skills, such as wildlife tracking and foraging for food, and have the opportunity to mentor younger campers.
By building advanced skills through wilderness travel, taking measured risks and learning from their mistakes, teens build resilience and confidence in their own abilities. They leave ready to tackle whatever challenges come their way – whether it’s a rain storm, a difficult class at school, or a tricky social situation.
Program content highlights include:
Aug 06 - 26. '23
276 Carlaw Ave. Unit 302
Mild Support Specialized programming
Recreational InstructionalIntense or Competitive
Red Wolf Voyageurs Program is run by The Pine Project.
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