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
Spend a day exploring the wonders of Guadalupe River State Park deep in the Texas Hill Country. Situated on the banks of the beautiful Guadalupe River (hence the name), this park is great for swimming, fishing, kayaking, hiking, bike riding, peace and quiet, and general exploring. Bring your own gear for your favorite activity; we will provide lunch, snacks, and a grilled dinner. For more information and to register, go here; send questions to Sam Regonini.
An epic kayak trip, general exploring, swimming, fishing, cooking over a camp fire, sleeping under the stars, good friends and living simply in God’s beautiful creation. If you like any of those things, this is the trip for you. Whether you want a weekend to recharge, to have fun playing outside, or make some new friends, we hope you join us. To spend a glorious weekend outside, register here. For more information or any questions, contact Sam Regonini.
Wade Fishing- November 17
Fishing is fun, and adventurous fishing is more fun! Join us for this half day fishing expedition that will combine fishing with river hiking down a portion of the Blanco River. We will start at noon and go until the evening followed but a dinner of whatever we catch! This will be a 3-6 mile trip so bring decent shoes, your favorite rod and tackle, and some top notch skills. Conventional rods and fly rods welcome, we will have some extra tackle as well. For more information or questions contact Sam Regonini.