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El Cajon Valley High School’s Spring Break Adventure

 How did you spend your spring break?The El Cajon Valley Adventure Club ventured to Mount Laguna for three full days camping and mountain biking! The group quickly adjusted to living outdoors. With their friends to help them, Adventure Club participants set-up their tents, and prepared for nights camping under the stars. “Sitting around the campfire with friends […]
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Snow Hiking in Mount San Jacinto State Park

For the past 10 years, Outdoor Outreach’s youth development programming has included annual snow hiking trips to Mount San Jacinto State Park. For many of our students, having grown up in sunny southern California, Outdoor Outreach is able to provide their first experiences  sledding, having a snowball fight or making a snow angel.This year, our Adventure Clubs each experienced […]
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The Lincoln Adventure Club Plays, Learns, Serves, and Shares

Outdoor Outreach’s vision is that youth everywhere will be inspired by the outdoors to play, learn, serve, and share. These four pillars lay the foundation for our outdoor recreation, environmental education, stewardship, and advocacy programs.The impact of our youth development programs is best described by the individual participants we work with each day. We asked […]
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Adventure Clubs Go Geocaching!

“What is geocaching?” was the overwhelming response from our Adventure Club participants after we announced the first trip of the year. After hearing that geocaching is a modern-day, outdoor treasure hunt, they were more than excited to try it out!Geocaching utilizes GPS enabled devices to track hidden “treasures.” With 2 million geocaches worldwide, there are […]
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Reaching New Heights

Do you remember your first trip to a National Park? Whether you experienced towering mountains, powerful waterfalls, or new plants and animals, your trip was undoubtedly remarkable. For five Crawford High School Adventure Club participants, their first National Park experience was last month on an Outdoor Outreach overnight rock climbing trip to Joshua Tree. For […]
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