Events, Trips and Clinics
Adventure Trips and Clinics are designed to provide a balance of challenge, education, and fun!
We offer a variety of trips and clinics tailored mostly to enhancing the beginners experience in outdoor adventure activities.
You will learn new or enhance your current skills through the instruction and coaching provided by our highly trained staff.
While most of our trips explore our own San Luis Valley and its neighboring mountain ranges past trips have gone as far as Moab Utah, Joshua Tree National Park, and the Anasazi Ruins in Chaco Canyon.
We hope you will join us this semester. You won’t be disappointed!
Semester Trips Calendars
Events are listed below. Additionally, follow us on Facebook to stay up to date on the latest trips and clinics offered by ASAP:
When: Fri Apr 17, 2015 to Sat Apr 18, 2015
Who: Adventure Program Trips, Clinics, and Events
Where: Meet at ASAP office at 3pm Friday, April 17. Return Saturday April 18th, in the evening. Times subject to change. Inquire at ASAP for more information.
Event Status: confirmed
Event Description: What a better way to spend the day than climbing up a rock face here in the San Luis Valley and doing yoga?! Learn instructional top-rope rock climbing and relaxing yoga from our experienced ASAP staff while enjoying crazy-good food and people who are just stoked to get outside! Warm weather and good times, who could ask for more?! Cost: $30 Priority Member: FREE Registration Deadline: 6pm Wednesday, April 15th. Pre-Trip Meeting: 6pm April 15th in the ASAP office. Trip Includes: All necessary climbing gear-shoes, harness, helmet; as well as transportation, food, and leadership from ASAP staff. Physical/Mental Challenge: Physically, climbing is a tiring endeavor. Participants should be capable and fit enough to be at a climbing site and climb for 6-8 hours. Some hiking is required to get to the site, but being on top of a successfully climbed route will make the hiking and climbing worth it. Prior Experience: None required, but should be comfortable with rugged terrain, and be capable of hiking and climbing for most of a day.