We teach responsibility, preparedness and trained-knowledge in respect to our adventures.
Adventure Education is experiential learning and strives to cultivate, encourage and develop self-awareness, hard and soft skills, environmental stewardship and an overall a sense of wellness. The program's objective is to introduce participants to fun, engaging experiences both indoors and outdoors so they may learn through trying, doing and practicing in a supportive culture.
Waiver & Release of Liability
Participants in the Adventure Education program may take part in activities including, but not limited to:
- Rock climbing / Rock wall
- Low ropes/high ropes
- Pre-orientation adventure day activities
- Mountain & Urban biking
- Ice skating
- Ballroom dancing
- Rafting & Kayaking
- Skiing and Snowboarding
Participates should be aware that they may be exposed to dangers, risks, and/or hazards associated with participating which include the use of, act of, and/or exposure to, but not limited to the following:
- Unpredictable weather conditions including lightning, storms, wind, rain, snow, ice, cold, heat, weather changes, and changes in water level, and potential problems associated with back country navigation;
- Travel in a vehicle driven by a person other than self;
- Use of specialized equipment and problems due to defects in manufacturer's products or arising from the improper use of products;
- Carrying/lifting over 50lbs;
- Physical exertion associated with the movements involved with outdoor adventure activities that can cause fatigue, soreness, sprains, abrasions, fractures, joint stiffness, and blisters;
- Wounds and injuries to skin, organs, muscles, joints, and bones;
- Uneven terrain, extreme temperatures or conditions;
- Contact with traffic, pedestrians, and/or other participants;
- Accidents, illness, or other problems in remote places without cell phones, other means of communication, or easy access to medical facilities;
- Injuries inflicted by animals, plants, UV rays, or other natural forces;
- Exposure to natural and man-made fire; and
- Hazards related to water including wading, swimming, or capsizing into water containing cold temperatures, rocks, trees, currents, rapids, re-circulating holes, waterfalls, man-made objects, or other obstacles in the water. This can result in hypothermia, injury, entrapment, or drowning.
Medical Questionnaire & Disclosure Agreement
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