Featured Military Outdoors Trips
Learn more about our Military Outdoors program.
High Mountain Ecology and Powder Skiing Workshop, Mar 6–9, 2016.
In partnership with Beartooth Powder Guides, powder skiing in the rugged and remote mountains that surround Cooke City will be our primary focus during the course. Traveling to the top of mountains under one's own physical power takes time and provides the perfect scenario for sharing and teaching our guests about avalanche safety, decision making, wildlife tracking, and high mountain ecology.
Hyalite Canyon Ice Climb, Mar 6–11, 2016.
Spend four days ice climbing with other veterans in Hyalite Canyon, near Bozeman, MT. With world-class ice climbing cliffs less than a fifteen-minute walk from the parking area, this climbing course will maximize your time amidst the vertical.
Military & Veteran Raft Guide School and WFA on the Nantahala River, Mar 20–26, 2016.
This fast-paced training program will provide you with the skills necessary to work as a professional river rafting guide for commercial outfitters, summer camps, whitewater clubs, outdoor schools, and more. This trip includes a two-day Wilderness First Aid (WFA) course. No experience necessary.
Military & Veteran Raft Guide School on the Nantahala River, Apr 3–8, 2016.
This fast-paced training program will provide you with the skills necessary to work as a professional river rafting guide for commercial outfitters, summer camps, whitewater clubs, outdoor schools, and more. No experience necessary.
Military & Veteran Whitewater Guide School on the Dinosaur, May 8–15, 2016.
This Spring, Military Outdoors will provide scholarships for veterans as well as those in the Guard and Reserve who are interested in pursuing possible seasonal employment as a raft guide. No experience necessary.
Grand Canyon Rafting: Lees Ferry to Phantom Ranch, Jul 17–23, 2016.
In July, we're headed down the Grand Canyon with OARS in celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the National Park Service. This 87-mile section of the Colorado River is an excellent introduction to the Grand Canyon as the rapids progress from moderate to extra large and the cliffs and rock layers rise higher and higher.