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Adventure Trip Program

Trip Registration

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Fall 2019 Registration opens on August 19th.

Trip showing as full? Email us to be put onto the wait list.

Have you considered Outdoor Recreation planning and leading a Custom Trip for your friends group, or organization on campus?

Fall 2019 Schedule

Date Trip

Time

(If Day Trip)

Location Student Pricing Pre-Trip Meeting Date(s) Register By
September            
8/30 - 9/2/2019 Explore & Hike: Labor Day Weekend Adventure   Guadalupe Mountains & Carlsbad Caverns $125 8/28/19 @6PM 8/28/19 @Noon
9/7/2019 Austin Bat Paddle 5:30PM - 10PM Lady Bird Lake $20   9/5/19 @Noon
9/8/2019 Sunset Paddle 6:30PM - 10PM San Marcos River $15    
9/14 - 15/2019 First Year Student Adventure Trip - Kayaking   Padre Island National Seashore $50 9/12/19 @6PM 9/12/19 @Noon
9/21/2019 Canoe & Hike: Ink's Lake State Park 7AM - 4PM Ink's Lake State Park $30   9/18/19 @6PM
October            
10/5/2019 Beginner's Rock Climbing 8AM - 4PM Reimer's Ranch $25   10/3/19 @6PM
10/12/2019 Explore & Hike: Enchanted Rock 7AM - 6PM Enchanted Rock $30   10/10/19 @6PM
10/17/2019 Sunset Paddle 6:30PM - 9PM San Marcos River $15    
10/25/2019 Beginner's Mountain Biking 4PM - 6PM Spring Lake Nature Reserve $12   10/25/19 @Noon
10/27/2019 Beginner's Rock Climbing 8AM - 4PM Barton Creek $25   10/24/19 @6PM
November            
11/1 - 3/2019 Canoeing   Amistad National Recreation Area $40 10/30/19 @6PM 10/30/19 @6PM
11/27 - 12/1/2019 Thanksgiving Break Backpacking   Big Bend National Park $275 11/6/19 @ 11/20/19 @6PM 11/6/19 @6PM
January            
1/10 - 19/2020 Backpacking in Hawaii   Kauai, Hawaii

$800 Total

($400 Deposit)

11/6/19 @ 6PM 12/6/19 @6PM

11/1/19 Deposit Due

12/4/19 Full Payment Due

 

Fall 2019 Instructional Clinics

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  • Date & Time:

    Every Friday at 8:00AM (arrive early)

    Location:

    Meet at the Outdoor Center in Sewell Park; Kayaking at Rio Vista Park.

    Must have own transportation to Rio Vista Park (we will transport all kayaking equipment).

    Description:

    Beginner through advanced, this informal instruction session puts kayak instructors side-by-side with participants based on their skill level needs. Practice paddle strokes, how to wet-exit or roll, or play in the rapids at Rio Vista.

    Cost: FREE

    To reserve a spot, email us at outdoorcenter@txstate.edu to let us know you're coming!

  • Dates: 

    9/12/2019 & 10/10/2019 (Both dates are identical, you do not need to attend both)

    Time: 

    7:30PM - 9:00PM

    Location: 

    The Outdoor Center in Sewell Park

    Cost: FREE

    Please just register on our website so we know how many to expect

  • Dates: 

    9/18/2019 & 10/10/2019 (Both dates are identical, you do not need to attend both)

    Time: 

    7:30PM - 9:00PM

    Location: 

    The Outdoor Center in Sewell Park

    Cost: FREE

    Please just register on our website so we know how many to expect

General Trip Policies

  • Depending on the trip length and activity, certain things may or may not be included. Read the trip description on the registration website for specific information.

  • Pre-trip meetings are mandatory for all participants and meet at the Outdoor Center in Sewell Park.

    Participants who do not attend the pre-trip meeting for the trip they are registered for will forfeit their spot on the trip and will not be eligible for a refund.

    Waitlisted participants should attend the pre-trip meeting and will be awarded a spot if other registered participants do not show.

  • The Outdoor Recreation Program staff makes every effort to provide you with an enjoyable trip. You will assume the responsibility for many decisions affecting yourself during the activity, however, the trip leaders have final authority and will not hesitate to dismiss those whose conduct is detrimental to themselves, the group or the activity site.

    Participants should be aware that outdoor activities can be physically demanding with inherent elements of risk and danger beyond our control. These risks include but are not limited to the potential for accidents or illness while traveling to and from the activity sites, or while participating in activities in rugged mountain, wilderness and river terrain. While we do not assume liability for personal injury or death, every effort is made to minimize these risks.

  • Cancellation dates vary for each trip. The cancellation date is the date after which no refunds will be given. This is typically the pre-trip and registration deadline date.

    Transfers may be made to another available activity at full value if done before the cancellation date. No transfers will be granted past the cancellation date.

    If you are unable to participate fully in a trip due to inadequate fitness or undisclosed conditions, your course fee will not be refunded.

Past Adventure Trips

  • Mountain Bike - Spring Lake

    Hiking - Government Canyon

    Camp & Explore - Garner State Park

    Backpacking - Lost Maples State Natural Area

    Cycle and Overnight at University Camp

    Beginners Outdoor Climb - Reimer's Ranch

    Beginners Outdoor Climb - Barton Creek

    Spring Break: Canoe the Rio Grande

    Snorkeling - San Marcos River

    Kayak - Full Moon Paddle

    Kayak - Lower San Marcos River

    May Break: Southwest Adventure

  • Sewell Park Day

    Sunset Paddle on the San Marcos River

    Overnight Canoe on the San Marcos River

    Explore and Hike Enchanted Rock

    Hike and Climb the Barton Creek Greenbelt

    Paddle Lady Bird Lake

    Climb and Camp Reimer's Ranch and Pace Bend Park

    University Camp Primitive Camping

    Thanksgiving Break - Backpacking Big Bend National Park


Our staff is committed to preserving natural areas through following and sharing the Leave No Trace Principles for Outdoor Ethics. For more information click here


ATP: Canoeing the Rio Grande