Extended Trips Info Session - Wednesday, Sept. 24, 5 p.m.
Last Updated 6 Year(s) ago
Rock climbing, bicycle touring, exploring by canoe, or ice climbing. Do you have some skills or no experience? No problem.
Come to Auburn Outdoors located in the Recreation and Wellness Center on Oct. 24 at 5 p.m. to learn more about extended trips. Get the nitty-gritty on travelling, watch film footage, and taste the type of food provided on backcountry trips cooked in Dutch ovens.
Find out more about Auburn Outdoors and its adventure trips:
Bicycle Touring on the Blue Ridge Parkway Rails to Trails
October 16-19 (fall break)
Are you interested in bike touring, but are not ready to be self-supported? Enjoy fall break cycling through the fall foliage of the Appalachian Mountains.
Canoe Touring on the Suwannee River
Participants can explore the Suwannee River by canoe and arrive home before Thanksgiving. No experience is necessary to paddle the historic free-flowing river that contains wildlife, swamps, high limestone banks, hammocks of hardwood, and springs.
Ice Climbing along Cumbres Pass, Alamosa, Colorado
What exactly is ice climbing? Find out during the info session and learn more about the trip that features hut-to-hut skiing, snowshoeing, and waterfall ice climbing.
Auburn Outdoors is an adventure-based education program providing numerous avenues for outdoor recreation. The new outdoor center offers equipment rentals, a bike shop, trip planning resources, and a social gathering locale. Programs, which include adventure trips, indoor and outdoor climbing, backpacking, paddling, and biking, are open to enrolled Auburn University students and members of the Campus Recreation and Wellness Center.