Outdoor Adventure Club Calendar
|Title: Day Trip: Cross Country Skiing & Snow Tubing|
|Time(s): 9:00 AM|
Diamond Lake Resort
The Outdoor Adventure Club is planning a day trip to Diamond Lake Resort to play in the snow!
If the weather does not cooperate, we will have an alternative activity planned. We will be exploring some sights and trails in the Union Creek area. If this change happens, this event will be updated.
All attendees will meet at the resort’s “Hilltop Shop” at 9am to rent skis, and then decide as a group which trails to explore. There are miles of trails to choose from for all experience and ability levels, and we’ll pick a route that is appropriate for everyone in the group. We will be doing cross country skiing, which is the sport of skiing over the countryside rather than on steep downhill runs. Ski rental is $25 and includes boots and poles. Each participant is responsible for bringing skis or paying for rentals.
After a beautiful ride on the trails, we will decide as a group where to have lunch (Resort Café, Mt. Bailey Grill and Sports Lounge, or ski over to South Shore Pizza). Pack a lunch or bring money.
Following lunch, we will head over to the tubing hill. At the tubing hill, get a tube and purchase tow tickets. There is a tow rope that pulls you to the top of the hill. Then you hop on your tube and plunge downward towards the bottom of the hill, giggle hysterically, and repeat. Tube and tow rope is $10 and tow tickets are .50¢ each. The tubing hill is the last activity of the day.
There will be so set time to leave, as it is up to each person and the group they may have carpooled with to decide when to depart.
All students, faculty, and community members are encouraged to attend. Grab a friend and come play in the snow.
Dress appropriately for snow.
If you join the event on Facebook, feel free to see who is willing to carpool. The club will not be providing transportation.
To register for this event on the web page, click Event Sign-up and follow the directions
Forms Required: Club Liability Form, Student Travel Participation Agreement & Emergency Information. Forms can be printed from our Facebook Files or from the Forms link on our RCC web pages. Some extras may be provided at the “Hilltop Shop.”
Contact the club with any questions.
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See you there!
Title: Community Service: Trail Maintenance Day
Associated Student Government and the Outdoor Adventure Club will be joining forces to do some work on a local trail with the help of Josephine County Parks and Recreation.
The event needs an awesome name to go on the t-shirts, so please offer your suggestions!
There will be awesome t-shirts available for those that commit in advance to attending and participating. Lunch, snacks, and water will be provided by ASG and the OAC.
The exact location will be determined based on where help is needed and will be announced soon.
Join this event (using the Event Sign-up page) to do something good in our community and request a t-shirt in your size by emailing the club at firstname.lastname@example.org
Title: Club Meeting
|Time(s): 7:00 PM|
RCC Redwood Campus, Room L2
Club will discuss business and activity planning. Attend a meeting to become a club member. Email the club with any questions regarding membership. See you there!
Title: Workshop: Indoor Rock Climbing
|Time(s): 2:00pm - 5:00pm|
Grants Pass YMCA Rock Wall
The Outdoor Adventure Club is hosting a workshop at the Grants Pass YMCA for those interested in learning how to climb or develop their climbing skills.
Don't think you're strong enough? Think again. You don't need to be buff or an athlete to climb. Average build? You'll do great! Bring your friends and try something new!
No climbing experience is required and all gear is provided.
Wear clothing that is comfortable to move in.
For those that have never climbed, we will go over gear and safety for climbing indoors, and then have some hands on practice.
For those that attended the last workshop, you will get a refresher and an opportunity to practice the skills you learned last time by climbing and coaching from more experienced climbers on the YMCA's awesome wall.
If you are an experienced climber, you will have the opportunity to be a teacher by helping others learn how and will be able to take advantage of the opportunity to climb the YMCA wall.
If you are an experienced belayer (and have taken Steve's class), you will be allowed to belay. If you are an experienced belayer that has not taken Steve's class, and would like to belay, you will have to do a quick belay test.
Feel free to ask any questions about the event. Climb on!
Join this event (using the Event Sign-up page or join the Facebook event) if you are interested in learning the basics of indoor rock climbing or developing your climbing skills.
All students, faculty, and community members are welcome.
Bring your friends and try it together!
Under 18 welcome to attend with parents.
$5 per person
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