Multi-Element Cabin Based Trips: Central Oregon
Cost of Attending: $400 (charged directly to student account)
Central Oregon has some of the most beautiful wilderness areas on the west coast. Paddle around the breathtaking Elk Lake which features views of the towering mountains of South Sister as well as the rugged Broken Top; hike through dense forests on the Pacific Crest trail; and rock climb at the world renowned Smith Rock State Park. Enjoy your stay in quaint cabins while canoeing and hiking right outside your front door. This varied and beautiful trip will be sure to inspire you to discover the rest of Oregon!
After this four-day adventure your group will move into the classroom to explore these subjects in greater depth. This classroom time will help you continue building the friendships you established on the trip, better prepare you to succeed at Pacific, and develop your leadership skills so you can impact people's lives here and beyond.
Wave 2 Trip Logistics
August 15th at 2:30-4pm check in at the West Lawn with Voyage Coordinators
3-4pm Welcome by Orientation and Voyage Staff on the West Lawn
- After welcome, there is Sign, Shake and Ring with the president of the University, this is a strong Pacific Tradition and a great photo op!
- Move-in to dorm August 15th @ 4:00-6:00 PM
- Students cannot move-in earlier unless approved by Coordinators. For students with late night flights, they may fly in August 16th and have a midnight check-in. If they fly in the evening of August 15th they cannot check into their room, but we will provide lodging. Please let us know ASAP if you are doing this.
- Please email email@example.com by August 5th if you need pickup from airport or train station
- Welcome BBQ for students and parents August 15th @ 6:00-7:00 PM
- Parent orientation (parents only) @ 7:00-9:00 PM
- Pre-Trip meeting (students only) @ 7:00 - 9:00 PM
- Trip departure August 16th @ 8:00 AM
- Trip return August 20th
- Eight class sessions build on the adventure experience during Fall Semester 2013
Note: Times are subject to change.