Week-long and 10-day adventure trips allow Expedition campers (rising 10th-12th grades) to hone their skills in specific activities: Backpacking, Rock Climbing, Mountain Biking, Whitewater Kayaking, or Canoeing. After 1-2 nights at the Expedition Site, living groups set up tarp shelter camp sites on the trail, along the river, or at the rock face.
Pack & Paddle
Mountain Biking (New For 2022)
New for 2022, Mountain Biking campers will start the week with beginner level riding and spend four days building their skills on local trails. The living group will camp in the National Forest near the Jake and Bull Mountain trail system. Register today to gain the skills, safety, and confidence to discover or further your love of mountain biking. Check out a Trip Preview Video put together by a former Outpost staff member while we scouted trails for this trip. (Sample Schedule)
“Everything was new and challenging, but there was a great sense of accomplishment that followed!”
Backpackers spend four and a half days hiking on the Benton MacKaye and Appalachian Trails. Fun side trips and stops at scenic points are included. Gain the skills and confidence to coordinate a backpacking trip on your own. Mild to moderate terrain, a pristine waterfall, breathtaking views, and a day on the banks of the Toccoa River make this trip perfect for beginner and advanced hikers alike. (Sample Schedule)
Hone the skills necessary to paddle enclosed whitewater boats down a river, including kayak rolls. Campers will navigate up to Class III rapids throughout a week-long journey. See how God’s creation can facilitate a life-changing experience for your faith development. (Sample Schedule)