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.
Spring 2018 Schedule… Registration Opens April 11th
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
Yoga Hike, Rattlesnake Lake
May 30, Rattlesnake Ledge/Lake
Do you like hiking? Do you like Yoga? WABAAM! Join us for an adventurous hike up Rattle Snake Ridge, as well as a short lesson on how to reduce our impact on the environment (Leave No Trace). Then, enjoy some relaxing yoga with a certified yoga instructor lakeside.
Backpacking Iron Chef
June 1, Fall City Snoqualmie River Sand Bar
If you are interested in outdoor exploration or cooking, then come to our back country cooking competition! This is an outdoor “Iron Chef” style cooking competition, in which you will have 90 minutes to create the best impromptu meal using secret backpacking ingredients that we will supply. Whether you are a seasoned veteran in the kitchen or have no experience at all, this event will allow you to learn new skills in the outdoors, Prizes for Top Chef Creations!
Elk Tour and Observation
June 7, 5:00-8:30, Centennial Fields Park
Watch and learn about a large herd of elk as they live in their natural environment. Come prepared to get acquainted with your group, learn more about elk and explore Meadowbrook Farms to watch elk graze at dusk. This is a great way to get out in nature and connect with wildlife!
Night Hike and Stargazing
June 6, Cherry Falls
Join us on a night hike to Cherry Falls. Build a team with your fellow students as we walk through the night to the falls. At the top we will be playing games and guided stargazing.
Introduction to Kayaking
May 23, Northwest Outdoor Center, Lake Union
Paddling the inland waterways of the Pacific Northwest is fun and safe. Just about anyone can paddle a kayak on Lake Union after a short orientation and have a great time. Participants will meet at Northwest Outdoor Center in Seattle. Equipment and instruction will be provide
Last Updated May 18, 2018