Featured Military Outdoors Trips
Learn more about our Military Outdoors program.
Veteran Ice Climbing in Montana, Mar 2–7, 2014.
Join SCMO and Veteran Expeditions in Hyalite Canyon, Montana for our second annual veteran ice climbing trip. Noted climber Conrad Anker and local guide Sam Magro will lead our veterans in a week of ice climbing for all experience levels.
North Carolina Celebration of the Military Child Outdoors, Apr 26, 2014.
April is the month of the military child. Join us as we celebrate our nation’s youngest heroes. This April, partners will join forces to connect military children with the outdoors near Camp Onslow Beach, Lejeune. Families will have access to kayaking, hiking, crafts, camping, and one on one access to some of the areas outdoor organizations. Follow the link for more information.
Cedar Mesa Back Country Trek with the Navajo Nation , May 10–16, 2014.
Join SCMO, the BLM, and the Navaho Nation for a 3 or 5 day backcountry trek in the spiritual Cedar Mesa wilderness. Join author Doug Peacock, Navajo Code Talkers and take part in Navajo healing ceremony before setting off on treks with your fellow vets and veteran BLM rangers in the wilderness backcountry for the trip of a lifetime. Contact
Washington DC Wilderness: Military Family Outdoor Adventure Day, Jun 21, 2014.
Attention to orders! All military and veteran families are invited to journey into the wild lands of Washington DC for a day of outdoor adventure at Nature at Meadowood. Meet other military families and discover endless opportunities to get outside in the Beltway from our featured partners. Check back for more information. Contact
Veterans Film School, Jul 8–Aug 17, 2014.
Are you a Veteran looking for a new skill? This is a chance to either begin or to take your filming skills to another level. Our group will climb two peaks in the North Cascades of Washington, and each participant will also make their own film about the adventure.
2014 911 Climb: Ptarmigan Traverse, Sep 6–14, 2014.
Sierra Club Military Outdoors Veterans will journey deep into the mountains of the North Cascades of Washington with the Ptarmigan Traverse as our objective. We will press or personal limits in some of the wildest country in the lower 48 in honor of the events of 911 and the following two wars that irrevocably changed our generation.