The trips and workshops offered by the Outdoor Recreation Program at Sam Houston State University are open to anyone who wants a truly unique experience. Trips can vary in difficulty from easy to strenuous and range from an afternoon in a canoe to a week in the backcountry. This is your chance to get outside, try something different, and live the life less ordinary. No experience is necessary to sign up! Trip costs include: transportation, equipment, food (except any meals on the road), permits and fees, lodging or camping, instruction, and guides.
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Dates: October 17-19, 2014
Sign-Ups: September 24, 2014
Cost: $60 for Students
Location: Reimer's Ranch Park, TX
Chalk up on some real Texas limestone as we journey to Austin, TX for a weekend on the crag. We will camp in the Pace Bend Park overlooking beautiful Lake Travis, and climbing out at Reimer’s Ranch. First time climber? Not a problem! There are plenty of fun and challenging routes for all skill levels.
Dates: November 08, 2014
Sign-Ups: October 15, 2014
Cost: $35 for Students
Location: Huntsville State Park, TX
Become a true Texan. Join us for a day out on the trail at Huntsville State Park. The morning will consist of a trail ride led by true wranglers, followed up by a cowboy style dutch oven meal cooked over an open fire.
Dates: December 05-07, 2014
Sign-Ups: November 12, 2014
Cost: $60 for Students
Location: Lost Maples State Natural Area, TX
Need a step up from your regular hiking routine? Come backpack with us as we meander through the beautiful autumn shaded Maple trees that cover the park. Grab your pack, your friends and get out on one last hurrah before winter break!
Dates: January 5-11, 2015
Sign-Ups: October 8th, 2014
Cost: $550 for Students
Location: Sipapu and Santa Fe, NM
Escape to the mountains for a week of fun in the snow. We will be staying at the Lodge at the Sipapu Ski Resort, in beautiful New Mexico. We’ll also be hitting up other popular New Mexico ski resorts such as Santa Fe and Angel Fire. Never skied or snowboarded before, or need a refresher? No problem! First timers get free lessons! There’s no better way to spend the last week of winter break.
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