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 Fall 2018 Schedule… Registration Opens Sept 26th
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
Introduction to Mountain Biking: Bike Rental Included 🙂
Oct 9, 3:00-5:00 PM Duthie Hill Bike Park
The NW is fast becoming a Mountain biking Mecca. This event provides you with a chance to experience firsthand what our area has to offer close to home. The event will provide participants with a bike rental (if needed) helmet, and a guided tour and instruction through a series of well groomed trails at Duthie Hill bike park. Consider this a test drive for a new set of wheels.
San Juan Bike Tour
Oct 12-13, Friday-Saturday, San Juan Island
Come join us on San Juan Island for a bike tour, camp out and seafood pasta feast. We will meet in Anacortes, WA at the Anacortes Ferry Terminal. From there we will load all of our gear into the white BC support van and ride our bikes onto the ferry. Once we arrive at Friday Harbor on San Juan Island we will take a scenic bike tour of the island to our camp spot. Saturday we will host rides of varying length and allow plenty of time to relax and enjoy the island pace of life. Space is limited!
Pedal Power, Community Building Bike Ride
Oct 16, 2:00-4:00 PM, New Castle to Renton Railway bike path
Come ride the new trail connecting New Castle to Renton, the Eastside Rail Corridor. We will start our trek at New Castle Beach Park, then enjoy a flat soft gravel pathway that overlooks a scenic view Lake Washington. This will be a 1.5 hour long casual ride that will introduce you to getting around with pedal power!”
This event is Co-Sponsored by the BC “Office of Sustainability”
Indoor Rock Climbing
Nov 9, 4:00-6:00, Redmond Vertical World
Rock climbing is a great way to relieve stress, build muscle tone and improve self-efficacy. It’s also statistically one of the safest recreational activities available. Put life priorities in perspective by dangling from a 30’ cliff with a fellow BC student. All climbing equipment and instruction is provided. Learn the basics of indoor climbing and have a chance to dawn the gear and climb to the top. Packing list and information sheet provided upon online registration.
Guided Group Night Hike
Nov 30, 2:00-6:00 PM Rattlesnake Ledge
Friday’s, Sept 21st -Nov 30th during Fall Quarter
No Registration Needed, Just Bring your Student ID CARD...
The Gymnasium is open to all students staff and faculty for basketball, badminton and pickleball from 8:30-2:30 on Friday’s. All you need is your Student ID card (can be printed in C-105) to drop in and join a pick up game. Get Active and Engaged!
Last Updated October 15, 2018