Student Leadership Applications & Information
- Spring trip leading applications due by Monday, December 7th for first consideration
- New Student Trip Staff applications available NOW! Click link up above (“Student Leadership Applications & Information”) Due 2/10/16
College Outdoors provides the Lewis & Clark College community with access to the spectacular outdoor environments of the Pacific Northwest through a variety of activities including cross-country skiing, backpacking, whitewater sports, sea kayaking, and hiking.
Participants find themselves at the mountains, rivers, deserts, and coasts that span across Oregon, California, and Washington. College Outdoors’ trips are open to Lewis & Clark undergraduates, graduate students, law students, faculty, and staff. Trips promise friendly people, fresh air, and fantastic scenery.
College Outdoors offers practical leadership opportunities. Students are encouraged to get involved with College Outdoors by volunteering. Continued involvement can lead to trip leading opportunities and other staff positions.
To sign up for a trip, visit the College Outdoors office in Templeton Campus Center or call 503-768-7116.
Please click here for our mission statement, and stop by our office to see our official policies and procedures.
February 9th, 2016
February 10th, 2016
5:00pm - 7:00pm:
College Outdoors Open House
College Outdoors Open House is a informal gathering of folks interested in learning outdoor skills for personal use or to apply toward leading CO trips. Stop by the CO office in Templeton 244 or email us for details on the week’s topic, updates on signing up, or getting on our email list.
- Map & compass
- Environmental education
- Group management
- Teambuilding activities
- Tents & tarps
- And many more…
February 13th, 2016
Mt. Hood Snowshoe #3
Trip sign-up begins: Friday, January 22nd
Pre-Trip Meeting: Tuesday, February 9 at 4:30pm
Snowshoe on the trails around Oregon’s tallest volcano! Weather permitting, we’ll head up one of the trails on the east side of Mt. Hood, looking for great views of the mountain. Snowshoeing takes a fair amount of energy, but it is great exercise and doesn’t require any previous experience.