Backpacking Stove Clinic: Pizza!

  • A person wearing a red sweatshirt and green hat squats down in front of a backcountry stove with a frying pan on top. They are drizzling a cooking pancake with a spoonful of Nutella.

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Hungry for a mid afternoon snack, and want to learn some outdoor skills in the bargain? Sign up for this clinic where you’ll learn to use one of the best backpacking stoves on the market to make your own delicious pizza. (And of course, then you get to eat it right there, or take it home with you.)

NOTE: for this clinic, we don’t have gluten-free pizza dough or dairy-free cheese.

How to Register

Registration opens: Friday, October 29th, 2021

Trip Fee: $5 / $2*

*If you qualify for any federal financial aid, the trip fee is cut in half thanks to scholarship funding from ASLC. We accept cash, checks, credit/debit cards, and apple/samsung/google pay. 

To register for a trip, stop by the College Outdoors office in Templeton 244 or call us at 503-768-7116 once registration is open. Some trips fill up fast! The registration process can be a bit confusing your first time, you can learn more by reading How to Sign Up for a College Outdoors Trip.

Physical Demands

No experience necessary! We’ll teach you everything you need to know about using a Backpacking stove. 

  • Sleeping indoors
  • Sleeping outdoors
  • Electricity
  • Wifi
  • Cell phone service
  • Heating
  • Beds
  • Bathrooms
  • Gender-inclusive bathrooms
  • Showers
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Food for any Dietary Restrictions


Sequoia Warehouse

Sequoia is the College Outdoors warehouse, located on the Graduate Campus. Everything you’ll need is available for free when you come on a College Outdoors Trip. At Sequoia you will find:

  • Clothing needed for your trip, including any relevant outerwear and specialty items needed for the activity. Sizes range from XS - XXL and come in gendered an non-gendered designs. 
  • Gear needed for your trip, such as sleeping bags, backpacks, water bottles, and much much more.
  • Equipment such as tents, cookware, first-aid kits, and boats, which trip leaders will pack for each trip as needed.
  • Gender-neutral bathrooms, which can also be used as changing rooms.
  • Staff available to answer your questions.