Trailside Discovery Camp Quest Trip Programs Ages 8-9

$525.00

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Quest Trip Programs: PLEASE NOTE WHICH ONE 
 
All Alaska Quest Trips are run out of our location at Russian Jack Park ( or a TBA Anchorage School District School in East Anchorage) 
Description: Our Alaska Quest Trips are designed for campers who are ready to expand their backcountry camping skills and push themselves in a safe and fun environment. After a week of day camp, team building, gear prep, and skill practice, campers will head out with our trained and skilled staff on an unforgettable adventure in Alaska’s great wilderness! Trips programs will take place at and leave out of our Russian Jack location. 
 
AQI Ages 8-9.  
 
Manitoba Cabin: June 3rd to June 7th This week-long program focuses on camping skills, leadership, and outdoor exploration! In this program, campers will work as a team Monday through Wednesday to prepare for their camping trip on a normal day camp schedule. In these first few days, they will gain skills in outdoor cooking, setting up camp, building a campfire, and safety in the outdoors. Then, they will leave Thursday morning to spend one night at Manitoba Cabins. On the trip, campers will go hiking to explore the many trails in the area. They will also put their new camping skills to the test, all while making memories to last a lifetime. The trip will return Friday afternoon to unpack. 
Difficulty: Beginner – No previous experience necessary. Campers will learn the skills needed but must be able to spend a night away from home without their caretakers. $525 

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Intro to Camping – Eklutna: June 24th to June 28th 
This week-long program focuses on camping skills, leadership, and outdoor exploration! In this program, campers will work as a team Monday through Wednesday to prepare for their camping trip on a normal day camp schedule. In these first few days, they will gain skills in outdoor cooking, setting up camp, building a campfire, and safety in the outdoors. Then, campers will leave Thursday morning and head to Eklutna Campground. Thursday night will be spent exploring camp and putting new camp skills to work, all while making new friends and gaining confidence in the outdoors! The trip will return Friday afternoon to unpack. 
Difficulty: Beginner – No previous camping experience needed. Campers will learn the necessary skills but must be comfortable spending a night away from home without their caretakers. Campers must also be competent hikers in order to learn to hike with crampons on the glacier! $525

Tiamuna Cancellation Policy: 

No Refunds, No Transfers, No Cancellations, No Returns 

Participants can pause or postpone services, but this is on a case-by-case basis and up to the discretion of the Tiamuna Staff and the Service Provider.