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Bella Donna trips are ladies-only.


Reasonable accommodations can be made for persons with special needs; popular Family trip; trip with NAC expert guides; add $20 for meal & souvenir cup; volunteer option

 

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Bald eagle SUP/photo excursion

  Exceptional Needs Adults Only

Saturday, Jan. 7

Many people will never get to see the majestic bald eagle in its natural habitat, but we’ll float down the docile Skagit River on paddleboards among one of the largest concentrations of bald eagles in the Lower 48 Saturday, Jan. 7. Don’t worry about getting cold, as you’ll wear an insulated wetsuit that will keep you very warm. If paddling down the river isn’t for you, then sign up for the optional photography excursion available with either trip. The photo excursion follows the Skagit River as you learn how to take wildlife photos. You’ll also visit many of the eagle’s habitats in the area. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 7 a.m. ($75) Reasonable accommodations can be made for persons with special needs; popular Family trip; trip with NAC expert guides

Saturday, Jan. 7

Bella Donna backcountry skiing

Winter is here and this Saturday, Jan. 7 is a ladies-only trip designed with every level in mind. There are slopes if you’re still feeling out this activity. For the more confident skiers or boarders, nearby peaks offer a great ride on true alpine terrain. Let your guides lead you on an adventure. Ground transportation, backcountry ski or split snowboard, avalanche beacon, shovel, probe and airbag included. ($95)

Jan. 7-8

Winter scramble/snow camping

Want something more than simple snowshoeing but less than technical mountaineering? This Jan. 7–8 trip is for you! Travel to majestic Mount Rainier and head up into the amazing Tatoosh Range for a moderate alpine hike. After setting up camp in the snowy meadows near Reflection Lake, travel up to the summit of Pinnacle Peak for amazing views. This nontechnical climb up snow is moderately strenuous and requires the use of an ice axe, which you’ll learn to use. Don’t miss out on this trip in the beautiful alpine region of Washington state! Minimum age: 16. ($170)

Sunday, Jan. 8

Snowshoe Salmon La-Sac

Hike your way through the views of this amazing state! The Pacific Northwest is such a unique location, its mountains offer visitors tranquility in its vast forest. Surrounded by peaks, the views from this snowshoe adventure Sunday, Jan. 8 won’t disappoint. Minimum age: 12 (guests younger than 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian). Difficulty: easy/moderate; distance: 8.2 miles round-trip; time: 4–5 hours. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 6:30 a.m. ($90)

Winter photography

    Adults Only

Sunday, Jan. 8

Winter is a special time at Mount Rainier National Park! The rewards are many for photographers in pursuit of dramatic compositions. In this Sunday, Jan. 8 workshop, you’ll have the opportunity to make winter images from a variety of locations, exploring different compositional methods. Bring camera, tripod and extra batteries. Transportation, instruction and snowshoes are included. Minimum age: 12 (guests younger than 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian). Depart from the Northwest Center at Lewis North at 8 a.m. ($65) Trip with NAC expert guides

Moonlight snowshoe

Exceptional Needs Family Friendly  

Thursday, Jan. 12

Snowshoe on the Snoqualmie Pass trails by the light of the moon Thursday, Jan. 12. Gear, guide, instruction and transportation provided. Difficulty: beginner; distance: 1.5 miles; elevation gain: 50 feet; time: 2 hours. Minimum age: 12. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 5:30 p.m. or McChord Field’s Adventures Unlimited at 5:45. ($55) Reasonable accommodations can be made for persons with special needs; popular Family trip

Jan. 14-17

Winter expedition mountaineering seminar

Mount Rainier is one of the premier locations in the country for winter mountaineering. The Winter Expedition Skills Seminar Jan. 14–17 offers training and mountaineering on glaciers and in weather and temperature conditions similar to Alaska and the Himalayas. After a day of technical training, begin the ascent to Camp Muir where you’ll use the mountain hut as base while learning mountaineering skills oriented toward cold weather, high altitude expedition climbing, avalanche forecasting and avalanche rescue. If weather and climbing conditions allow, the group will make a summit attempt via the Ingraham Glacier as the culmination of the winter mountaineering experience. This is the premiere training event prior to a summit attempt on Denali! Minimum age: 16. ($750)

Bald eagle SUP/photo excursion

Exceptional Needs Family Friendly Adults Only

Saturday, Jan. 14

Many people will never get to see the majestic bald eagle in its natural habitat, but we’ll float down the docile Skagit River on paddleboards among one of the largest concentrations of bald eagles in the Lower 48 Saturday, Jan. 14. Don’t worry about getting cold, as you’ll wear an insulated wetsuit that will keep you very warm. If paddling down the river isn’t for you, then sign up for the optional photography excursion available with either trip. The photo excursion follows the Skagit River as you learn how to take wildlife photos. You’ll also visit many of the eagle’s habitats in the area. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 7 a.m. ($75) Reasonable accommodations can be made for persons with special needs; popular Family trip; trip with NAC expert guides

Saturday, Jan. 14

Cross-country ski Hyak

Ski along Keechelus Lake near Snoqualmie Pass with the Outdoor Recreation program. Saturday, Jan. 14 will be a great day in the snow-filled Cascades! Gear, transportation and basic instruction are provided. Go to the Northwest Adventure Center to be fitted for your gear no later than the day before the trip. Difficulty: easy; distance: 5 miles; time: 3 hours. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 8 a.m. or McChord Field’s Adventures Unlimited at 8:15. ($65)

Photoshop for photography

    Adults Only

Saturday, Jan. 14

Learn to manipulate images, improve access to the elements of the software, gain greater editing freedom and significant image enhancement techniques with this Saturday, Jan. 14 workshop. Edit content to output to web, print or mobile devices. This course provides hands-on practical insight into skills to use Photoshop effectively when editing photographs. No Photoshop experience required. To get full advantage of the course, please bring a laptop with Photoshop installed. Practice images will be provided, but feel free to bring any images you want to work on. Minimum age: 12. Meet at the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 9 a.m. Location subject to change due to renovation. ($45) Trip with NAC expert guides

Sunday, Jan. 15

Introduction to backcountry skiing

Intermediate skiers wanting to take the plunge into the backcountry with your skills, this class is for you. Friday, Dec. 30 and Sunday, Jan. 15 are educational days that will teach you everything from how to set up your ski kit and how to engage the avalanche float bags to perfecting your turns in deep powder. Get away from the lift lines and learn how to earn your turns anywhere the snow falls. ($95)

Sunday, Jan. 15

Sea kayak Deception Pass

Kayaking the waters of Deception Pass is truly an adventure! Not a beginner paddle, the pass offers opportunities to paddle in strong currents and develop an appreciation for tidal influence. This Sunday, Jan. 15 is a great way to expand your skills. This trip is geared toward instruction to advance your skills in difficult conditions. Trip includes gear, guide and transportation. Bring appropriate clothing and food. Difficulty: intermediate–advanced; paddling distance: 5 miles; paddling time 4–5 hours. Minimum age: 16. Meet at the Northwest Adventure at Lewis North at 7 a.m. ($95)

Sea kayak skills class  

    Adults Only

Saturday, Jan. 21
Outdoor Recreation offers five levels of two-hour kayak skills classes.
• Level one: proper paddling techniques and how to buddy-rescue.
• Level two: edging maneuvers and self-rescue.
• Level three: recovery techniques and muscle memory exercises for the roll.
• Level four: multiday kayak trip prep and t-rescue.
• Level five: the roll.
The next sea kayak skills class is Saturday, Jan. 21. Start at any time and master as many 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

Saturday, Jan. 21
Avalanche Awareness Day Trip   
 
If you travel in the backcountry in winter conditions, then the statistical probability of encountering an avalanche jumps dramatically. Indeed, every single person who spends time in the mountains in a winter context will encounter avalanche terrain and avalanche conditions. Saturday, Jan. 21 is an instructional day on skis or a snowboard to learn all about avalanche awareness. Ground transportation, backcountry ski or split snowboard, avalanche beacon, shovel, probe and airbag included. Minimum age: 18. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 7 a.m. ($95)

Mountain Day at White Pass   

Exceptional Needs Family Friendly  

Saturday, Jan. 21
Head off the beaten path to White Pass Saturday, Jan. 21! This beautiful mountain town ski resort is your getaway from work. For skiers or boarders, transportation, gear, two-hour lesson and full mountain lift ticket are included. You can also go snowshoeing; snowshoeing gear and guide are provided. Call or come in to ask about cross-country skiing. Depart from McChord Field’s Adventures Unlimited at 5:45 a.m. or the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 6. (ski/snowboard: $115; snowshoe: $45; transportation only: $35) Reasonable accommodations can be made for persons with special needs; popular Family trip

Sunday, Jan. 22
Backcountry ski Paradise   
 
Winter is here and Mount Rainier National Park is an exceptional backcountry area where you can choose the terrain based on your skill. Whether it’s open glades, steep drops or wide open chutes, Rainier has it. For the more confident skiers or boarders, nearby peaks offer a great ride on true alpine terrain. Let the Outdoor Recreation program guides lead you on an adventure Sunday, Jan. 22. Ground transportation, backcountry ski or split snowboard, avalanche beacon, shovel, probe and airbag included. Skiing will be either at Reflection Lake or in the Paradise area depending on snow levels. Minimum age: 16 (younger than 18 must be accompanied by an adult). Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 7 a.m. ($95)

Sunday, Jan. 22
Winter SUP  
 
If you think paddling stops as summer ends, think again! Paddle the many waterways of Washington and take in the beauty Sunday, Jan. 22. When nobody else is on the water, you have a lot of room for yourself and your thoughts. The wildlife in and around the water come back in full force, making paddling in the winter simply beautiful. Equipment — board, paddle, PFD and insulated wetsuit — is included.  Minimum age: 12 (younger than 18 must be accompanied by an adult). Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 9 a.m. ($65)

Sunday, Jan. 22
Snowshoe Hurricane Ridge   
 
Whether you’re an expert or a first-timer, Hurricane Ridge in Olympic National Park is one of the most spectacular places to snowshoe in Washington state. On clear days, you’ll be treated to bird’s-eye views of Mount Olympus in all her winter splendor. Check it out with the Outdoor Recreation program Sunday, Jan. 22. Minimum age: 12 (younger than 18 must be accompanied by an adult). Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 7:30 a.m. or McChord Field’s Adventure Unlimited at 7:45. ($65)

Moonlight snowshoe  

Exceptional Needs Family Friendly  

Saturday, Jan. 28
Snowshoe on the Snoqualmie Pass trails by the light of the moon Saturday, Jan. 28. Gear, guide, instruction and transportation provided. Difficulty: beginner; distance: 1.5 miles; elevation gain: 50 feet; time: 2 hours. Minimum age: 12. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 5:30 p.m. or McChord Field’s Adventures Unlimited at 5:45. ($55) Reasonable accommodations can be made for persons with special needs; popular Family trip

Timelapse Photography    

    Adults Only

Saturday, Jan. 28
A timelapse video essentially compresses time into a smaller space, creating some entertaining and evocative results. In this Saturday, Jan. 28 workshop, you’ll learn the tools, techniques and concepts involved in creating great timelapse videos from still captures. Learn how to choose the right equipment, get the right settings for your camera and compose shots in a way that will be easy to work with later. Plus, you’ll work on a series of timelapse projects of both fast-moving and slow-moving subjects, as well as one where the camera itself is moving. Please bring your camera, trip-pod and extra batteries.  Minimum age: 12. Meet at the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 9 a.m. Location subject to change due to renovations.($45) Trip with NAC expert guides

Sunday, Jan. 29
Snowmobile-accessed backcountry skiing   

Backcountry skiing/snowboarding refers to areas not covered by a resort or lifts, including terrain reached by hiking, split-boarding, touring or sledding (snowmobile). The backcountry usually has the best snow because it’s not easily accessible to others and almost all of the best snowboard videos are filmed in the back-country. Join Outdoor Recration for a mega-fueled snowmobiling adventure Sunday, Jan. 29, where you can get dropped off at the top of a hill, shred it on skis or snowboard, then hop back on and do it all over again. Simply put — sledding and boarding is rad! Ground transportation, snowmobile, backcountry ski or split snowboard, avalanche beacon, shovel, probe and airbag included. Must have some resort ski abilities. Minimum age: 16. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 7 a.m. ($165)

Sunday, Jan. 29
Snowshoe Reflection Lake   
 
What better way to combat cabin fever in winter than with a trip Mount Rainier National Park for some snowshoeing?! Sunday, Jan. 29, you’ll get a welcome dose of alpine elixir — fresh cold air, powdery snow and snowy peaks in every direction. The trek to Reflection and Louise lakes is a quintessential Mount Rainier snowshoeing experience. The bright, flat expanse of snow and ice-covered mountain lakes and subalpine meadows offer opportunities for romping. You’ll enjoy the stupendous views of The Mountain and the Tatoosh Range and the south end of the Mazama Ridge beckoning you to follow. Minimum age: 12 (younger than 18 must be accompanied by an adult). Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 8:30 a.m. ($55)

Wednesday, Feb. 1
Alpine Club meeting 
    
Climbers are invited to the Alpine Club meeting Wednesday, Feb. 1 at 6 p.m. The activity and meeting location differ each month. Members, check out JBLMalpineclub.blogspot.com for additional information. (Free)

Saturday, Feb. 4
Introduction to backcountry skiing   

Whether you’re wanting to get into skiing or want to take the plunge into the backcountry with your skills, this class is for you. Saturday, Feb. 4 is an educational day that will teach you everything from how to set up your ski kit and how to engage the avalanche float bags to perfecting your turns in deep powder. Get away from the lift lines and learn how to earn your turns anywhere the snow falls. Minimum age: 16. ($95)

Feb. 4-5
Basic Alpine Climbing Course   

During this course, you’ll receive hands-on climbing and climber’s safety training in Washington’s glorious Cascade Range. Unlike Rainier, the Cascades is part of a huge mountain range with scores of peaks topping 8,000 feet, upwards of 400 glaciers and countless permanent snowfields. This program is designed for the beginner or intermediate
climber who wishes to develop strong fundamental skills in all aspects of snow and glacier climbing, as well as rock climbing. The course serves as a prerequisite for many of the Outdoor Recreation program’s basic-level climbs and is a stepping stone to more technically difficult mountains, including Denali. This course has served as a springboard to many climbing careers, including numerous Everest summiteers and has developed a foundation of skills for hundreds of independent climbers. Taught over the course of two weekends, the first half is classroom-based skill sessions Feb. 4–5.
The following weekend (Feb. 11–12) is an overnight field skills practice. Minimum age: 18. ($250)

Olympic National Park photography   

    Adults Only

Feb. 4-5
Photograph the ruggedly beautiful coastline and tranquil rain forest of Olympic National Park Feb. 4–5.  This workshop involves trail hiking (some with a couple hundred feet elevation change) to arrive at certain shooting locations, while other shooting locations will be a short walk from the parking lot. The trail hiking may deemed vigorous activity or medium activity based upon your condition. Trail hiking surfaces and those beyond the parking lot are generally uneven, so hiking boots are recommended. The longer trails range between 1–2 miles each way, and hiking is included on both days, sometimes twice a day. Be prepared for possible temperature extremes and sudden changes in weather, and be aware that mornings can be very chilly. Minimum age: 16 (younger than 18 must be accompanied by an adult). Camping gear, except sleeping bag, is provided. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 7 a.m. ($175) Trip with NAC expert guides

Mountain Day at White Pass   

Exceptional Needs Family Friendly  

Saturday, Feb. 4
Head off the beaten path to White Pass Saturday, Feb. 4! This beautiful mountain town ski resort is your getaway from work. For skiers or boarders, transportation, gear, two-hour lesson and full mountain lift ticket are included. You can also go snowshoeing; snowshoeing gear and guide are provided. Call or come in to ask about cross-country skiing. Depart from McChord Field’s Adventures Unlimited at 5:45 a.m. or the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 6. (ski/snowboard: $115; snowshoe: $45; transportation only: $35) Reasonable accommodations can be made for persons with special needs; popular Family trip

Sunday, Feb. 5
Winter SUP Adventure

If you think paddling stops as summer ends, think again! Paddle the many waterways of Washington and take in the beauty Sunday, Feb. 5. When nobody else is on the water, you have a lot of room for yourself and your thoughts. The wildlife in and around the water come back in full force, making paddling in the winter simply beautiful. Equipment — board, paddle, PFD and insulated wetsuit — is included.  Minimum age: 12 (younger than 18 must be accompanied by an adult). Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 9 a.m. ($65)

Sunday, Feb. 5
Snowshoe Reflection Lake    

What better way to combat cabin fever in winter than with a trip Mount Rainier National Park for some snowshoeing?! Sunday, Feb. 5, you’ll get a welcome dose of alpine elixir — fresh cold air, powdery snow and snowy peaks in every direction. The trek to Reflection and Louise lakes is a quintessential Mount Rainier snowshoeing experience. The bright, flat expanse of snow and ice-covered mountain lakes and subalpine meadows offer opportunities for romping. You’ll enjoy the stupendous views of The Mountain and the Tatoosh Range and the south end of the Mazama Ridge beckoning you to follow. Minimum age: 12 (younger than 18 must be accompanied by an adult). Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 8:30 a.m. ($55)

Feb. 5-12
Garmisch Extravaganza   

Come with the Outdoor Recreation program to the magical Bavarian Alps Feb. 5–12! There’s nothing quite like these mountains as they crawl across Europe.  This will quickly be a trip you will never forget! Stay five nights at the Edelweiss Resort at the base of the mighty Zugspitze Mountain. Take the gondola up to the top of the glacier to see five different countries on a clear day. Additional options include tickets to ski the Classic Valley, a bus to Disney’s inspired Newschwanstein Castle, hiking the Partnachklamm River Gorge and exploring the amazing local markets. Minimum age: 12 (younger than 18 must be accompanied by an adult).  Preregistration is required before Must register before Sunday, Jan. 15. ($3,800)

Saturday, Feb. 11
Sea kayak Hope Island 
   
Head out Saturday, Feb. 11 for a nice paddle and walk around Hope Island’s beaches and tide pools. Hope Island offers visitors the chance to see wildlife such as bald eagles, harbor seals and starfish. Paddle distance: approximately 6 miles. Minimum age 12. Meet at the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 9 a.m. ($60)

Saturday, Feb. 11
Bella Donna intro to backcountry skiing   
 
Whether you want to get into skiing or want to take the plunge into the backcountry with your skills, this Saturday, Feb. 11 class is for you! This ladies-only educational day will teach you everything — how to set up your ski kit, how to engage the avalanche float bags and how to perfect your turns in deep powder. Get away from the lift lines and learn how to earn your turns anywhere the snow falls. Minimum age: 16. ($95)

Saturday, Feb. 11
Mountain bike Duthie Hill   
  
Experience the thrill of mountain biking Saturday, Feb. 11! The Outdoor Recreation experts will start by:
•  Addressing proper bike fit and making any necessary adjustments to your bike.
•  Demonstrating riding techniques to include body and pedal position, shifting, braking, climbing, descending and navigating minor obstacles on the trail.
•  Discussing the importance of communication skills and mountain biking trail etiquette with the aim of keeping multi-use trails open and safe for everyone.
Then, you’ll get to practice all these new skills on a great trail ride. Minimum age: 14 (younger than 18 must be accompanied by an adult). Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 8 a.m. ($45)

Chocolate and wine tour  

   

Sunday, Feb. 12
Calling all chocolate lovers and wine connoisseurs! Head to the Olympics Sunday, Feb. 12 for a delicious trip. Each winery will pair a sumptuous chocolate fare with a remarkable red wine, and we’ll stop for lunch in Port Angeles. Minimum age: 21. Price includes transportation, event admission, a variety of wine samples and a commemorative glass. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 7 a.m. or McChord Field’s Adventures Unlimited at 7:15. Preregistration is required before Wednesday, Feb. 8. ($80)

Snow tubing   

Exceptional Needs Family Friendly  

Sunday, Feb. 12
Travel to one of Washington’s best tubing hills for a day in the snow Sunday, Feb. 12! Dress warmly and get ready to go for a wild ride! Tubing is a blast for all ages, so bring the entire Family. Snow tubes and transportation are provided. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 9 a.m. or McChord Field’s Adventures Unlimited at 9:15. ($45; ages 6–12: $25; ages 0–5: $5) Reasonable accommodations can be made for persons with special needs; popular Family trip

Sunday, Feb. 12
Photography 101 
  
This is the perfect training session for anyone looking to learn the fundamentals of photography, whether you’re a new photographer needing to learn the basics or a seasoned shooter wanting to brush up on the world of digital. This Sunday, Feb. 12 class puts all students on firm ground for advancing their photography. Learn the basic principles including camera settings, depth of field, exposure, focus and composition. Minimum age: 12 (younger than 18 must be accompanied by an adult). Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 9 a.m. Location subject to change due to renovation. ($45)

Sunday, Feb. 12
Snowmobile-accessed backcountry skiing  
 
Backcountry skiing/snowboarding refers to areas not covered by a resort or lifts, including terrain reached by hiking, split-boarding, touring or sledding (snowmobile). The backcountry usually has the best snow because it’s not easily accessible to others and almost all of the best snowboard videos are filmed in the back-country. Join Outdoor Recration for a mega-fueled snowmobiling adventure Sunday, Jan. 29, where you can get dropped off at the top of a hill, shred it on skis or snowboard, then hop back on and do it all over again. Simply put — sledding and boarding is rad! Ground transportation, snowmobile, backcountry ski or split snowboard, avalanche beacon, shovel, probe and airbag included. Must have some resort ski abilities. Minimum age: 16. Depart from the Northwest Adventure Center at Lewis North at 7 a.m. ($165)

Feb. 16-20
Ice climbing at Lake Louise, Canada 
  
The Canadian Rockies offers world-class waterfall ice climbing near Banff National Park, Lake Louise, Canmore and Kananaskis Country. Whether you’re an experienced ice climber looking for a new challenge or a beginner looking for a lesson, the Outdoor Recreation program can set you up to fully experience this exhilarating winter sport! Head across the border for an adventure Feb. 16–20. With five days to explore the amazing Lake Louise area, you’ll have the chance to climb in some extraordinary mountain terrain. The group will stay in the city hostel in the center of the town of Lake Louise. After a great day of climbing, you can relax your night away with this ski town’s amazing night life. Boasting several excellent dance spots and quaint pubs, you’re sure to have a blast. ($925)

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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