Outdoor Adventures

The Vital Outdoor Adventure Program exists to get students outside and explore God’s creation. The program consists of monthly guided trips that are open to all students of all experience levels as well as a community of friends that explore together on their own time. We hike, paddle, rock climb, fish, camp, backpack, cycle, and everything else that gets us outside.

Adventure with us

Keep up to date with all the happenings including last minute day trips join our Facebook group. If you have a cool trip idea or want more information contact Sam Regonini

 

 

 

Trout Fishing on the Guadalupe- February 3

Known as the southern most trout fishery in the United States, the Guadalupe River is a winter wonderland for fishing. We will spend a full day on the river going after these beautiful fish, enjoying the serenity of a hill country river, and building friendships. There will be free FLY FISHING lessons and rod set ups if you want to learn to catch fish on the fly rod. For more information and to sign up, follow this link or contact Sam Regonini.

 

 

 

Eagle Rock Loop Backpacking Trip- March 10-15 (Spring Break)

Spend your spring break doing something awesome!
Hike the 26.5 mile Eagle Rock Loop in Arkansas over 4 days
carrying all you need in a backpack. You will hike along the gorgeous Little Missouri River, up steep hills and down into lush ravines, across flowing creeks with your bare feet, and through beautiful hardwood forest catching stunning views in between. This trip is friendly to beginners and experienced hikers alike we will take up a slow pace leaving time to explore God’s beautiful playground as we see fit.  If you are looking for a true experience this spring break, this trip is made for you!

The cost is $60; all gear is provided and truly no experience is required. For more details and to sign up follow this link or contact Sam Regonini

 

 

 

Camp Eagle Weekend- April 13-15

Camping, mountain biking, rock climbing, and adventuring at a stunning Hill Country camp with limited access is a sure combination for a good time. Join us for a weekend in the middle of nowhere filled with exploration and good friends. Bring your own equipment; tents and food are provided. Registration is coming soon so be sure to check back. For more information or questions contact Sam Regonini.