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Pre-registration is required for all trips.
Schedule, fees and trip details, to include meeting times, are subject to change without notice.  Register through WebTrac at https://webtrac.mwr.army.mil/webtrac/jblmrectrac.html or at the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North. Trip pick up locations are the NAC and McChord Field’s Adventures Unlimited. Group rates/private trips available. For more information, call 252-967-6263 or visit JBLMmwr.comReasonable accommodations can be made for persons with special needs; popular Family trip; trip with NAC expert guides; add $20 for lunch & souvenir cup.

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April 29-May 1
Mount Rainier climb, Furher Finger  
   
Rising 14,410 feet above sea level, Mount Rainier offers nearly unlimited climbing possibilities. Tackle some of the 60 climbing routes on this iconic symbol of Washington state with the JBLM Alpine Club. Travel Furher Finger April 29–May 1. Transportation and gear are provided on this multi-day trip. Prerequisite requirements: demonstrated skills or completion of the Alpine Club’s Basic Alpine Climbing Course. A $150 nonrefundable climbing permit fee or full payment is required upon registration for each trip. Full trip details will be provided upon registration. For details, email JBLMalpineclub@gmail.com. ($750 each) 

 

 

Exceptional Needs Family Friendly Adults Only

Ape Cave adventure

    Adults Only

Saturday, April 30
Head to Mount St. Helens to explore the largest continuous lava tube in the Western Hemisphere. Saturday, April 30, go deep into the underside of a 2,000-year-old lava flow to scramble over and climb under volcanic formations. Two features that must be traversed include 6-foot and 8-foot vertical walls and numerous rock piles up to 20 feet high. In this subterranean environment, the average year-round temperature remains a constant 45 degrees, so dress warmly. Difficulty: moderate; distance: 3 miles; elevation gain: 250 feet. Minimum age: 12. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 8 a.m. ($55) Trip with NAC expert guides

Seattle photography tour 

    Adults Only

Saturday, April 30
Beautiful and eccentric, Seattle is the perfect subject for honing your photography skills. On this Saturday, April 30 journey, you’ll explore the Emerald City while learning techniques for depth of field, ISO, metering and photo composition. Minimum age: 12. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 8 a.m. or McChord Field’s Adventures Unlimited at 8:15. ($70) Trip with NAC expert guides

ATV RiderCourse™

    Adults Only

Sunday, May 1
In this half-day course, ATV Safety Institute instructors will guide you through the fun and excitement of safely riding an ATV.  We ride rain or shine, so dress for the weather Sunday, May 1. ASI ATV RiderCourse™ certification will be awarded upon completion. Minimum age: 16. Meet at the JBLM ORV Park at 9 a.m. ($35) Trip with NAC expert guides

Gray whale watching  

Exceptional Needs Family Friendly  

Sunday, May 1
Early spring provides a unique opportunity to view migratory gray whales in the calm, protected waters of the Puget Sound. Take a boat from Everett Marina Village Sunday, May 1. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 7:30 a.m. or McChord Field’s Adventures Unlimited at 7:45. Preregistration  required before 5 p.m. Tuesday, April 26. ($120; ages 3–12: $80; ages 0–2: $40) Reasonable accommodations can be made for persons with special needs; popular Family trip

Wine & cheese tour 

   

Sunday, May 1
Enjoy sipping and savoring new wine releases and ciders paired with a variety of cheeses crafted by local artisan creameries Sunday, May 1.  The price includes transportation, event admission and a commemorative glass. Minimum age: 21. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 8 a.m. or McChord Field’s Adventures Unlimited at 8:15. Preregistration required by 5 p.m. Friday, April 29. ($80)

Wednesday, May 4
Alpine Club meeting  
   
Climbers are invited to the Alpine Club meeting Wednesday, May 4 at 6 p.m. The activity and meeting location differs each month. Members, check out JBLMalpineclub.blogspot.com for more info.

Sunset SUP & steak 

    Adults Only

Thursday, May 5
Head to American Lake Thursday, May 5 to paddle until the sun sets. All ages are welcome, but children younger than 12 must be on a board with an adult; steak dinner is an optional add-on. Depart from the Northwest  Adventure Center at Lewis North at 6 p.m. Preregistration is required by 5 p.m. Tuesday, May 3. ($30; ages; 3–12: $20)  Trip with NAC expert guides; add $20 for meal & souvenir cup

Saturday, May 7
Sea kayak Lake Union
     
Head out for a paddle on Seattle’s Lake Union Saturday, May 7. Paddle past houseboat communities, yacht yards and the NOAA research-ship facility and make a stop for lunch (pack one or purchase onsite). Difficulty: beginner–intermediate; distance: 5.5 miles; paddle time: 3.5 hours. Meet at the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 8:30 a.m. ($60)

Mother’s Day whitewater raft the Wenatchee 

Exceptional Needs Family Friendly Adults Only

Sunday, May 8
Treat Mom to a trip down the beautiful Wenatchee River Sunday, May 8. Put in near Leavenworth before paddling through many exciting class–III rapids. No experience is required. Minimum age: 12. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 8 a.m. or McChord Field’s Adventures Unlimited at 8:30. Preregistration required by 5 p.m. Wednesday, May 4. ($65) Ask about our private trips for groups and units. Groups of 24+ are just $60 per person. Reasonable accommodations can be made for persons with special needs; popular Family trip; trip with NAC expert guides; add $20 for meal & souvenir cup

Mother’s Day beer & wine tour  

   

Sunday, May 8
Taste wine at many famous wineries that call Woodinville home, take a tour of Redhook Brewery and enjoy dinner at Forecasters Pub Sunday, May 8. Dinner is not included in the trip fee. Minimum age: 21. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 11 a.m. ($55)

May 13-16
Mount Rainier climb, Tahoma Glacier

Rising 14,410 feet above sea level, Mount Rainier offers nearly unlimited climbing possibilities. Tackle some of the 60 climbing routes on this iconic symbol of Washington state with the JBLM Alpine Club. Travel Tahoma Glacier May 13–16. Transportation and gear are provided on this multi-day trip. Prerequisite requirements: demonstrated skills or completion of the Alpine Club’s Basic Alpine Climbing Course. A $150 nonrefundable climbing permit fee or full payment is required upon registration for each trip. Full trip details will be provided upon registration. For details, email JBLMalpineclub@gmail.com. ($750 each) 

Saturday, May 14
NAC Open House & Yard Sale  
   
You’re invited to the annual Open House & Community Yard Sale at the NAC Saturday, May 14. If you have sport, yard and house items you want to get rid of, rent a table to sell your gently loved items. To reserve a table for $10, register and pay at the NAC by Friday, May 13. The Open House event is from 9 a.m.–4:30 p.m. and features a rock climbing wall, demonstrations, stocked “fish pond” for youth and more. Learn about equipment rental and the lakeside cabins and purchase outdoor gear.

Waterfall tour   

Exceptional Needs Family Friendly  

Sunday, May 15
Explore the greatest concentration of waterfalls in the continental United States with a waterfall tour Sunday, May 15. One stop is the world-famous Multnomah Falls, which plunges more than 620 feet from its origins. Enjoy a pitstop in Hood River, Ore., for lunch (not included in the trip fee). Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 8:30 a.m. ($65; ages 5–12: $40; ages 0–4: $15) Reasonable accommodations can be made for persons with special needs; popular Family trip; volunteer option

Photography workshop (workflow) 

    Adults Only

Monday, May 16
In this workshop, address backing up and archiving your digital files, how to creatively enhance your photographs (with colors and exposure, cropping and white balance adjustments) and preparing your images for printing. This Monday, May 16 workshop is at the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 6 p.m. ($10) Trip with NAC expert guides; add $20 for meal & souvenir cup; volunteer option

Sea kayak skills class 

    Adults Only

Tuesday, May 17
Outdoor Recreation offers five levels of two-hour kayak skills classes.

  1. Level one: proper paddling techniques and how to buddy-rescue.

  2. Level two: edging maneuvers and self-rescue.

  3. Level three: recovery techniques and muscle memory exercises for the roll.

  4. Level four: multi-day kayak trip prep and t-rescue.

  5. Level five: the roll.

The next sea kayak skills class is Tuesday, May 17. You may start at any time and master as many of the levels as you’d like! Meet at Kimbro Pool inside McVeigh Sports & Fitness Center at 7:30 p.m. Minimum age: 12 ($25) Clinic with NAC expert guides

SUP yoga  

    Adults Only

Thursday, May 19
If your yoga routine’s getting a little stale, try the challenge of yoga on a stand-up paddleboard! Take your yoga practice out the doors and into nature Thursday, May 19. Break down the barriers of where your practice should take place, and change the expectations of what your practice should look like. Our sunset classes cater to all levels — from those with no prior yoga or stand-up paddleboard experience who are inspired to try something new to serious practitioners of both. The trips will reinvigorate you and push you to become an even better yogi than you thought possible — all while enjoying the natural splendor of floating on water. Explore the grounding challenge on a stand-up paddleboard and begin to experience the awakening of your great ability to focus. Each class begins with a brief shore lesson on the basics of SUP, followed by a guided paddling warm-up. Work to improve your balance and keep above water (yet don’t be afraid to splash around) with invigorating SUP sun salutations flowing into strengthening and lengthening postures, breathing exercises and guided meditation on American Lake. Meet at the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 6 p.m. ($35) Trip with NAC expert guides

Bike the Snoqualmie Tunnel  

  Family Friendly Adults Only

Sunday, May 22
Ride through the Snoqualmie Tunnel — it’s nearly 2 miles long — Sunday, May 22. From there, snake your way around the hills and over old train trestles on the way to Rattlesnake Lake. The best part? It’s all downhill! Difficulty: easy, distance: 22.5 miles; ride time: 3.5 hours. Minimum age: 14. The trip fee includes guide, transportation, bike, helmet, gloves and headlamp. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 8:30 a.m. ($55) Popular Family trip; trip with NAC expert guides; volunteer option

Sunday, May 22
Hope Island day kayak 
  
Head to Hope Island Sunday, May 22 for a paddle and walk around the beaches and tide pools. Paddle distance: approximately 6 miles. Minimum age: 12. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 9 a.m. ($60)

Bike & yoga Ruston Way  

    Adults Only

Wednesday, May 25
Take a bike out for a spin, exploring the beautiful boardwalk of Ruston Way in downtown Tacoma. Wednesday, May 25, Cruise by Chihuly glass art, restaurants, Point Defiance Park and other stunning landscapes on the nearly 10-mile path. Enjoy a picnic and some yoga in the park to loosen up your muscles after all that peddling! Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 6 p.m. ($70) Trip with NAC expert guides

Bella Donna sunset SUP & steak  

    Adults Only

Thursday, May 26
Head to American Lake Thursday, June 9 for an enjoyable paddle until the sun sets. All ages are welcome, but children younger than 12 must be on a board with an adult; steak dinner is an optional add-on. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 6 p.m. Preregistration is required by 5 p.m. Tuesday, May 24. ($30; ages; 3–12: $20) Trip with NAC expert guides; add $20 for meal & souvenir cup

May 27-29
Mount Rainier climbs   

Rising 14,410 feet above sea level, Mount Rainier offers nearly unlimited climbing possibilities. Tackle some of the 60 climbing routes on this iconic symbol of Washington state with the JBLM Alpine Club, including DC route/Gib Chute May 27–29. Transportation and gear are provided on these multiday trips. Prerequisite requirements: demonstrated skills or completion of the Alpine Club’s Basic Alpine Climbing Course. A $150 nonrefundable climbing permit fee or full payment is required upon registration for each trip. Full trip details will be provided upon registration. For more information, email JBLMalpineclub@gmail.com. ($750)

Ape Cave adventure

    Adults Only

Saturday, May 28
Head to Mount St. Helens to explore the largest continuous lava tube in the Western  Hemisphere. Saturday, May 28, go deep into the underside of a 2,000-year-old lava flow to scramble over and climb under volcanic formations. Two features that must be traversed include 6-foot and 8-foot vertical walls and numerous rock piles up to 20 feet high. In this subterranean environment, the average year-round temperature remains a constant 45 degrees, so dress warmly. Difficulty: moderate; distance: 3 miles; elevation gain: 250 feet. Minimum age: 12. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 8 a.m. ($55).  Trip with NAC expert guides

Introduction to kayaking
Saturday, May 28
Learn the basic skills of kayaking so you can go out on your own. From paddling skills to rescue skills, you’ll leave this Saturday, May 28 trip feeling more confident and comfortable in a kayak. Difficulty: beginner; distance: 2–3 miles; paddle time: 5–6 hours. Minimum age: 12. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 8 a.m. ($35)

Whitewater raft the Wenatchee  

Exceptional Needs Family Friendly Adults Only

Sunday, May 29
Take a trip down the beautiful Wenatchee River Sunday, May 29. Put in near Leavenworth before paddling through many exciting class–III rapids. No experience is required. Minimum age: 12. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 8 a.m. or McChord Field’s Adventures Unlimited at 8:30. ($65) Reasonable accommodations can be made for persons with special needs; popular Family trip; trip with NAC expert guides; volunteer option Ask about our private trips for groups and units. Groups of 24+ are just $60 per person.

Alpine Club meeting 
 Wednesday, June 1
Climbers are invited to the Alpine Club meeting Wednesday, June 1 at 6 p.m. The activity and meeting location differs each month. Members, check out JBLMalpineclub.blogspot.com for more info.

Bella Donna SUP yoga  

    Adults Only

Thursday, June 2
If your yoga routine’s getting a little stale, try the challenge of yoga on a stand-up paddleboard! Take your yoga practice out the doors and into nature Thursday, June 2 for this ladies-only class. Break down the barriers of where your practice should take place, and change the expectations of what your practice should look like. Our sunset classes cater to all levels — from those with no prior yoga or stand-up paddleboard experience who are inspired to try something new to serious practitioners of both. The trips will reinvigorate you and push you to become an even better yogi than you thought possible — all while enjoying the natural splendor of floating on water. Explore the grounding challenge on a stand-up paddleboard and begin to experience the awakening of your great ability to focus. Each class begins with a brief shore lesson on the basics of SUP, followed by a guided paddling warm-up. Work to improve your balance and keep above water (yet don’t be afraid to splash around) with invigorating SUP sun salutations flowing into strengthening and lengthening postures, breathing exercises and guided meditation on American Lake. Meet at the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 6 p.m. ($35) Trip with NAC expert guides

Intro to sea kayak navigation weekend

    Adults Only

June 3-5
This intermediate kayaking class (June 3–5) is designed for sea kayakers ready to broaden their knowledge and experiences by safely planning their own adventures exploring the Puget Sound. Night 1: Learn in a classroom setting to focus on core concepts that every kayaker needs to know before planning a trip: navigation and
positioning, environmental awareness and forecasting, assessment of group abilities and risk management, rules of the road and leave-no-trace principles. Day 2: Get out on the water to practice navigation and positioning, hazard awareness and environmental awareness to get to the campsite. Once at the campsite, the group will plan out Day 3 using new skills. Trip requirements: Confidently paddle a solo sea kayak in wind and waves and perform assisted buddy rescue. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 6 p.m. ($150) Trip with NAC expert guides

Raft & ribeye Skykomish
Saturday, June 4
Your expertly guided rafting adventure is Saturday, June 4 and includes 9 miles of class III–V whitewater rapids. Three miles into the trip, you’re faced with the infamous class V “Boulder Drop.” This drop challenges even the most experienced boaters. Exhilarating rapids will keep your adrenaline pumping the entire trip! A photographer will be there to capture the most memorable moments so you can share them with your friends, Family and co-workers (photos are available for viewing and purchase). At the end of the trip, you’ll enjoy a quick shuttle back to the River House for a delicious dinner (included in the price). With the onsite café, you can also enjoy an adult beverage or espresso, if you’d like. Minimum age: 16; difficulty: beginner; prerequisite: confident swimmer; time: 10 hours. Minimum age: 16. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 11 a.m. or McChord Field’s Adventures Unlimited at 11:15 a.m. Preregistration required by 5 p.m. Friday, May 27. ($120) Volunteer option

Bungee or zipline adventure
Saturday, June 4
If adrenaline is what you crave, you won’t be disappointed! Saturday, June 4, head to the base of Mount St. Helens to bungee jump off one of the highest bungee bridges in the country. If bungee jumping isn’t your thing, you can zipline over the canyon for an adventure in the tree on seven different ziplines. Bungee jumpers get two jumps and a T-shirt. Minimum weight: 90 lbs. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 9 a.m. Preregistration required by 5 p.m. Tuesday, May 31. ($135)

ATV RiderCourse™   

    Adults Only

Sunday, June 5
In this half-day course, ATV Safety Institute instructors  will guide you through the fun and excitement of safely riding an ATV. We ride rain or shine, so dress for the weather Sunday, June 5. ASI ATV RiderCourse™ certification will be awarded upon completion. Minimum age: 16. Meet at the JBLM ORV Park at 9 a.m. ($35) Trip with NAC expert guides

Bella Donna horseback trail ride 
Sunday, June 5
This ladies-only trip takes you to the beautiful Cascade Mountains and Cle Elum’s Flying Horseshoe Ranch Sunday, June 5. This dude ranch has been around since 1955 and they’ll walk you through the steps it takes to groom, prepare and safely ride your horse before cruising around the hillsides. Escape the hustle of the city and get away with a new furry friend. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 9 a.m. ($70)

Sunset SUP & steak  

    Adults Only

Thursday, June 9
Head to American Lake Thursday, June 9 for an enjoyable paddle until the sun sets. All ages are welcome, but children younger than 12 must be on a board with an adult; steak dinner is an optional add-on. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 6 p.m. Preregistration is required by 5 p.m. Tuesday, June 7. ($30; ages; 3–12: $20)
Trip with NAC expert guides; add $20 for meal & souvenir cup

June 10-13
Mount Rainier climbs 
  
Rising 14,410 feet above sea level, Mount Rainier offers nearly unlimited climbing possibilities. Tackle some of the 60 climbing routes on this iconic symbol of Washington state with the JBLM Alpine Club, including Kautz–DC Carryover June 10–13. Transportation and gear are provided on these multiday trips. Prerequisite requirements: demonstrated skills or completion of the Alpine Club’s Basic Alpine Climbing Course. A $150 nonrefundable climbing permit fee or full payment is required upon registration for each trip. Full trip details will be provided upon registration. For more information, email JBLMalpineclub@gmail.com. ($750)

Whitewater raft the Wenatchee    

Exceptional Needs Family Friendly Adults Only

Saturday, June 11
Take a trip down the beautiful Wenatchee River Sunday, May 29 or Saturday, June 11. Put in near Leavenworth before paddling through many exciting class–III rapids. No experience is required. Minimum age: 12. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 8 a.m. or McChord Field’s Adventures Unlimited at 8:30. ($65) Reasonable accommodations can be made for persons with special needs; popular Family trip; trip with NAC expert guides; volunteer option  Ask about our private trips for groups and units. Groups of 24+ are just $60 per person.

Beach bouldering  

    Adults Only

Sunday, June 12
If you’re interested in learning rock-climbing skills, this is a good place to start! Spend a day on the beaches of Larabee State Park exploring the incredible sandstone features on Chuckanut Drive on Sunday, June 12. The sound comes right up to the rocks as you scamper around practicing strength and endurance on any of the vast bouldering routes. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 7 a.m. ($75) Trip with NAC expert guides

Waterfall photography workshop

    Adults Only

Sunday, June 12
Capturing waterfalls, a continuously flowing subject, requires a delicate balance of the available light through proper use of aperture and shutter-speed. This Sunday, June 12 workshop will show you how and when to use different shutter-speeds to convey your mood. Travel to hidden gems in the Mount Adams area for spectacular scenery and marvel at the power and beauty of nature. What you need to bring: camera and tripod, good, sturdy footwear, rain gear, food/snacks and water. Minimum age: 12. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 7:30 a.m. ($85) Trip with NAC expert guides

Monday, June 13
Photography workshop (mastering exposure)  
 
Light and exposure are at the very heart of photography. Exposure is one of the topics many photographers struggle with most. Learn how to avoid common challenges and use the available light for best effect. You’ll also learn more advanced techniques including capturing long exposures, using exposure bracketing and more. If you’ve ever wanted to truly master light and exposure, grab your camera for this exceptional photography workshop. This Monday, June 13 workshop is held at the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 6 p.m. ($10)

SUP yoga  

    Adults Only

Thursday, June 16
If your yoga routine’s getting a little stale, try the challenge of yoga on a stand-up paddleboard! Take your yoga practice out the doors and into nature Thursday, June 16. Break down the barriers of where your practice should take place, and change the expectations of what your practice should look like. Our sunset classes cater to all levels — from those with no prior yoga or stand-up paddleboard experience who are inspired to try something new to serious practitioners of both. The trips will reinvigorate you and push you to become an even better yogi than you thought possible — all while enjoying the natural splendor of floating on water. Explore the grounding challenge on a stand-up paddleboard and begin to experience the awakening of your great ability to focus. Each class begins with a brief shore lesson on the basics of SUP, followed by a guided paddling warm-up. Work to improve your balance and keep above water (yet don’t be afraid to splash around) with invigorating SUP sun salutations flowing into strengthening and lengthening postures, breathing exercises and guided meditation on American Lake. Meet at the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 6 p.m. ($35) Trip with NAC expert guides

June 18-19
San Juan Island bike trip  
 
Go on a two-day bike ride around the San Juan Islands June 18–19. The SJI’s are an incredible place where the ocean permeates almost every scene and sailboats float across the deep blue water. Biking the country roads is an experience you won’t want to miss. Spend the first day on an easygoing route around Lopez Island, riding past farms, along the waterfront and through the forest. Close out the day by camping at one of the beautiful campgrounds the island has to offer. On the second day, catch a ferry to Orcas Island where your guides will drive you up to the tallest point in the Islands, Mount Constitution, which stands at 2,400 feet. Take in the breathtaking panoramic views — from snow-covered Mount Baker to the Cascade Range and the Olympic Peninsula — and bike (mostly downhill) back to the ferry dock. The trip includes transportation, bikes and helmets, camping equipment, ferry ticket, dinner and breakfast. There is a pretrip meeting Wednesday, June 15 at the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North. The trip departs from the NAC at a time to be determined based on ferry schedule. ($225)

June 18-19
San Juan Island photography trip  
 
The San Juan Islands are an amazing photographic destination! This June 18–19 adventure is designed for active adults interested in improving their outdoor photography skills while enjoying the Pacific Northwest. Your guide will be provide guidance and mini-lessons on techniques for taking great outdoor shots. You’ll learn to use your camera in manual mode and explore how shutter speed, aperture and ISO interact to create great exposures. You’ll also study light, color and compositional techniques to create strong images on location, as well as techniques specific to water and landscape so you can gain greater control of your images and reinvigorate your perspective. There is a pretrip meeting Wednesday, June 15 at the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North. Minimum age: 15. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at a time to be determined based on the ferry schedule. ($225)

 

Saturday, June 4
Father’s Day raft & ribeye Skykomish

Your expertly guided rafting adventure is Saturday, June 4 and includes 9 miles of class III–V whitewater rapids. Three miles into the trip, you’re faced with the infamous class V “Boulder Drop.” This drop challenges even the most experienced boaters. Exhilarating rapids will keep your adrenaline pumping the entire trip! A photographer will be there to capture the most memorable moments so you can share them with your friends, Family and co-workers (photos are available for viewing and purchase). At the end of the trip, you’ll enjoy a quick shuttle back to the River House for a delicious dinner (included in the price). With the onsite café, you can also enjoy an adult beverage or espresso, if you’d like. Minimum age: 16; difficulty: beginner; prerequisite: confident swimmer; time: 10 hours. Minimum age: 16. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 11 a.m. or McChord Field’s Adventures Unlimited at 11:15 a.m. Preregistration required by 5 p.m. Thursday, June 16. ($120)

 

Open-water scuba The first level of any diver’s education, the goal of open-water scuba is to make you a safe, confident and competent diver. With this certification, you can dive at a maximum of 60 feet. The requirements are: swim continuously for 200 yards and able to tread water or float for 10 minutes. There are academic requirements that involve lectures, quizzes and exams. Upon completion of the course, you’ll receive a certification card that recognizes you as an open-water diver, allowing you to dive anywhere in the world! Join us for this week-long course July 7–13 or July 14–20. Minimum age: 15 ($195)

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