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Surfing Adventure (Fall 2022)

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F Sa SuTBATBAS. Carlino
Fall 2022 lasts from Monday, September 19, 2022 to Friday, December 2, 2022
Provides training and practical application in the skills associated with longboard surfing. Surfing combines physical exercise, balance, and constant observation of one's environment. Students will enjoy the waves, wind, beach, and interacting with other surfers. Includes safety considerations in the ocean environment, communication, equipment usage and care, reading waves, wind and tides, paddling, standing, balancing, turning, the "art of wiping out", and surfing etiquette. Class includes a three-day, two-night surfing expedition. Students will be responsible for their own food, camping equipment, clothing, and transportation to and from the site, as well as travel to and from the camping location. Participation in all aspects of the orientation and trip are necessary to successfully complete the course. Course is repeatable. Prerequisite: Ability to float, swim, tread water and carry a surfboard into the ocean to at least waist-deep water.
  • PE185SUA: course held on South Beach in Crescent city, California, on September 23 through the 25th. The surfing/camping experience is open to all ability levels. Additional costs for students who do not have their own surf board and need to rent will be approximately $170 ; rentals are available at the campsite. Students must provide their own food, transportation and camping equipment in addition to regular college fees. Tuition and fees are not refundable after September 23. Final meeting and debrief for educational applications of adventure courses is required and will be held on Wednesday, November 30 from 6:00 to 7:30 PM at the Redwood campus gym. For more information call Mr. Carlino at 541￿7 61￿1059.
  • PE185SUA: Rrequired orientation will be held on Monday, September 19 from 6 to 7PM, at the Redwood campus, room P2, and from 7 to 7:30PM at the YMCA, 1000 Redwood Highway, grants Pass Oregon. Participants must pass a basic swim/float/tread water test. Student accounts will be charged an additional fee for this class registration.
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