The SOU Outdoor Program is offering multiple climbing opportunities this winter for those who want to learn something new or experience something challenging.
The Outdoor Program is offering a chance for climbing beginners to start their learning experience on Feb. 17 at Emigrant Lake. Intermediate climbing at Rattlesnake will be offered on March 16.
The Emigrant Lake climbing trip is $24 and the Rattlesnake trip is $37, and both prices include transportation, instruction and lunch.
To sign up, log in to SOU Connect and fill out the form. Both trips are on weekends, to avoid school-week conflicts.
The Climbing Center in SOU’s new Student Recreation Center is also offering a series of clinics during Winter Term. Belay technique clinics are taught on Monday nights from 8 to 9:30 p.m., and are $5 each.
A three-part Lead Climbing Clinic is being offered over three evenings – Feb. 6, 13 and 20, from 8 to 10 p.m. – for those who want to take their climbing to the next level. The cost is $10.
SOU’s Outdoor Program supports students experiencing the spirit of adventure during their time at the university. It offers student-led trips throughout the school year for the entire campus community, and rents high-quality equipment for camping, rafting, kayaking and backpacking.
The Outdoor Program is associated with Student Life, and support all adventure-based clubs on campus.
SOU Connect is often updated with new information from the Outdoor Program.
Story by Bryn Mosier, SOU Marketing and Communications intern