Outdoor Adventure

Outdoor Adventure

We are very excited to announce the relaunch of our Outdoor Adventure Program! Venturing into the outdoors provides a refreshing break from the demands of classes. It's a chance to clear your mind, destress, and recharge, which can enhance focus and productivity when you return to your studies. Plus, the outdoor environment fosters creativity and problem-solving skills and can build confidence in new settings. 

Spring 2024 Outdoor Adventure Trips:

Skiing at Crotched Mountain - Januray 27th

A cool evening of skiing or snowboarding at Crotched Mountain Ski Resort in Bennington, New Hampshire. This resort offers 100 acres of impeccably groomed terrain, tree glades, and challenging steeps catering to a variety of experience levels. Please note that no lessons will be offered on this trip so previous skiing or snowboarding experience is strongly reccomended.

Indoor Climbing at CRG - Every Monday in February

An exciting evening of indoor rock climbing at the Central Rock Gym in Watertown. This gym offers bouldering, top rope, and sport climbing options. No climbing experience necessary, however feel free to stop by the Wellesley rock wall for a belay lesson to freshen up your skills before the trip. 

Beginner Hiking Trip - March 30th

A fun afternoon of hiking at the Blue Hills Nature Reservation. Blue Hills Reservation is a 7,000-acre state park in Norfolk County, Massachusetts. There are 125 miles of trails that will take you over hills, through marshes, across meadows, and more. No experience is necessary for this trip. Take a break from your studies to get off campus and enjoy a leisurely 3mi stroll through nature.

Intermediate Hiking Trip - April 13th

A thrilling afternoon of hiking up Mount Wachusett. Rising above the surrounding forest to a height of 2006 feet, Mount Wachusett stands as a unique landmark within the central New England landscape. From the summit, a clear day reveals views of Mt. Monadnock in New Hampshire, the Berkshires to the west, and the Boston skyline to the east. Some hiking experience or regular physical activity is recommended for this trip. Take a break from your studies to get off campus and enjoy a scenic 5mi stroll through nature.

Charles River Kayaking - April 20th

A sunny afternoon of kayaking on the Charles River at the historic Newton Boathouse. Enjoy the historic Lakes District of the Charles, a six-mile stretch of flatwater with little current. This section of river, which is largely bordered by parkland and forest, was once a haven for canoeists looking to escape the city. No paddling or swimming experience is necessary for this trip.