White Mountain Orientation Trip Highlights

White Mountain Orientation Trips | WMO |

This outdoor adventure program offers first year students the opportunity to develop relationships with other students prior to the start of the fall semester.  Each trip spends 1 day involved in community service learning. Participants will gain an awareness of the outdoor environment surrounding PSU.

All WMO Trips are led by experienced student leaders.  Student leaders are trained in group facilitation, backcountry skills, and wilderness medicine. Each year the trips are different, as student leaders create unique experiences for each incoming class.
Hurry, enrollment is limited to 8 students per trip! For more information about this program send an e-mail (use “WMO” as the subject line) or call (603) 535-2622.

Dates: August 27- Sept. 1, 2014

Registration Deadline: June 16, 2014 or until trips fill
Cost: $365

Trip Option #1; NH Outdoor Adventures (Loon Lake):

Students will base camp from a cabin on beautiful Loon Lake.   Their days will be filled with surfing / paddle boarding / wind surfing, rock climbing, canoeing, and hiking.
(NH Adv_LLC Personal Equip List)

Trip Option #2; NH Outdoor Adventures (Stinson Lake):

Based on Stinson Lake students can paddle board, kayak, hike, camp, surf, rock climb, and learn outdoor living skills.
(NH Adv_camping Equip List)

Trip Option #3; Sea Kayaking on Squam Lake:

Based out of an island on beautiful Squam Lake, students will learn sea kayaking techniques, camping skills,  and gain experience while hiking and exploring the surrounding mountains.

(Sea Kayaking Personal Equip List)

Trip Option #4; Backpacking in the White Mountains:

Students will  backpack in the beautiful mountains surrounding Plymouth. Days will be filled with numerous outdoor learning opportunities including: backcountry camp craft, navigation / orienteering, Leave No Trace, and getting to know new students.
(Backpackers Personal Equip List)

To register

Send in payment and completed Medical History Form (PDF) to:
PSU Outdoor Center
17 High St., MSC 71
Plymouth, NH 03264

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