There are some great activity options available to Students, Staff and Faculty. Take advantage of these adventure opportunities made available by the BC Wellness Center, Student Programs, Human Resources and the Wilderness Skills Certificate Program.
Winter 2017 Schedule… Registration Opens Thursday Jan 12th
There is a $5 registration/equipment fee added to your BC account for all advanced registration events. This is a non refundable fee regardless of participation, be committed before registration. Once you are registered this fee can be paid through the cashiers office or online at: www.bellevuecollege.edu/tuition
Overnight Snowshoe Camping
March 3-4, Snoqualmie Pass
Learn what is needed to extend your camping season year round. Participants will meet on Thursday March 2nd from 2:30 4:00 pm for a planning session to cover required gear, clothing, food, tour planning and equipment rentals. Our next meeting will be on the mountain where we will construct a snow shelter and experience perfect star gazing (weather permitting). Don’t miss this epic adventure!
Introduction to Snowshoe Tour
Friday, February 17 3:00-6:00 PM, Gold Creek
Basic snowshoe information, snowshoes, route selection and views will be provided. Participants will meet in the Snoqualmie pass region for a great Friday afternoon workout and mental reboot. Be prepared for winter driving and dress for winter weather conditions. Packing list and information sheet provided upon online registration. Get out There!!!
Dinner and a HIKE
Wednesday March 8, 2:00-6:00 PM, Snoqualmie Point
With dinner provided, this hike will give you all you could want with a first date with Nature. Participants will provide day hike materials and clothing, while the hike, dinner and views will be provided. With this experience under your belt, your only a tent and sleeping bag away from an overnight backpacking trip. Get Out There…
Friday Afternoon HIke
Friday March 17, 2:30-6:30, Rattlesnake Ledge
Meet at the Rattlesnake Ledge trail head for a group hike. Great experience for first time hikers, anyone is welcome to join! Basic information and topographical maps will be provided. Come prepared with comfortable walking/hiking shoes, a day pack with water, food, clothing and a light source (head lamp required). Take this opportunity to meet other outdoor enthusiast and start your weekend in an active and invigorating way.
Introduction to Indoor Rock Climbing
Tuesday March 14, 5:00-7:00 PM Redmond Vertical World
Rock climbing is a great way to relieve stress, build muscle tone and improve self-efficacy. It’s also one of the statistically safest recreational activities available. Put life priorities in perspective by dangling from a 40’ cliff with a fellow BC student. All climbing equipment and instruction is provided. Packing list and information sheet provided upon online registration.
Last Updated January 13, 2017