Campers will be guided through some of BC's most beautiful alpine territory, providing the perfect backdrop for leadership instruction and self-reflection.

Fireside´s Ocean and Mountains Program (21days)

Camp Details

Date: July 21 to August 10, 2016
Ages: 13 to 17 (Co-ed)
Price: $3,349.00 CDN plus 5% tax. [currency converter] Includes instruction, food, accommodation, most camping gear, camping fees and transportation while on trip. Does not include flight and some optional activities.
Locations: Whistler, Squamish, Tofino, Clayoquot Sound, Victoria, Juan de Fuca
Core Recreational Elements: Alpine hiking, canoeing, Aboriginal culture, geology, and backpacking.

Expedition Highlights

   

  • Hike to glacier lakes (Rainbow Lakes)
  • Paddle along the majestic coastlines on the Clayoquot Sound
  • Spend time at Whistler’s Fireside Lodge, sleep under the stars in some of BC's best Provincial Parks and enjoy some peaceful rest in your tent
  • Experience the beauty of Juan De Fuca Park, Tofino, Pacific Rim National Park, Whistler, Squamish and Victoria
  • Learn the basics of front and back-country camping, ocean canoeing and orienteering
  • Be supported by experienced and skilled instructors who will provide supervision for 24 hours a day for the entirety of the program
  • Participate in leadership and canoe certification
  • Learn about leadership styles and competencies of leaders
  • Partake in language and cultural exchange experiences with other international, Canadian and Aboriginal youth
  • Participate in environmental/community stewardship projects

Tentative Trip Plan (subject to change)

July 21, 2016 - Vancouver/Whistler – Fireside Lodge Campus

Arrivals between 11am to 2pm (staff will meet participants at airport and Richmond location)
Drive to Whistler (Fireside bus)
Check-in and evening program orientation at Fireside Lodge Campus
Welcome Ceremony and dinner at lodge
Hike to Alta Lake for “Meet and Greet" activities
Email and phone call home (international students only)

July 22, 2016 - Fireside Lodge Campus, Whistler

Morning make up – stretch and morning walk
Overview of 21 day program
Overview of program goals and objectives, review safety and emergency procedures and full value agreement
Review meal preparations & cooking 101
Early departure and visit Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre
Leadership Discussion Question: What is leadership? Who are your leaders? What are the characteristics of a leader? Why is leadership important to self and others? Review of leadership bracelet process.
Animal Aware: What to do when you see an animal (bears, cougars and raccoons)
Journal writing
Hike up Creekside Mountain
Swim test (pool swim)
Letters to self

July 23, 2016 - Fireside Lodge Campus, Whistler

Morning tour of Whistler
Hike to Rainbow Lake (understanding glaciers and impact of global warming)
Basic hiking 101
Trip preparation (how to keep yourself warm, cool, dry and your gear water proof)
Individual and group goal setting
Assignment of staff instructors to youth participants
Discussion: Understanding the 5 pillars of Fireside leadership
SMART goal setting
Barriers VS Challenges

July 24, 2016 - Fireside Lodge Campus, Whistler

Early wake up
Trip prep basics (packing bags, rolling sleeping bags, how to travel lightly, group gear, food prep)
Group team building challenge
Free time in Whistler
Movie night

July 25, 2016 - Alice Lake, Squamish

Early wake-up and pack up
Unpack at Alice Lake Provincial Park (tent set up)
Hike Chief and visit Squamish
Evening swim at Alice Lake
Orienteering lesson

July 26, 2016 - Englishman River, Vancouver Island

Up early and drive to Englishman River Provincial Park
Explore river (learning about river and canyon formations) and tour park
Food pick up and trip planning
Walking amongst the old growth
Discussion: What to do when you are lost and what are your greatest fears
S.P.I.C.E.Sleadership training
Ice cream at Coombs

July 27 to August 2, 2016 - Tofino and Clayoquot Sound

3 days in Tofino (touring camping, visiting sites and learning about Aboriginal culture)
6 days canoe paddling Clayoquot Sound (canoe certification, paddling to Vargas and Flores Island, Pacific Coast camping, visit hot springs, walk amongst 1200 year old tree and potential whale watching)
Solo experience
Community based project

August 3, 2016 - Vancouver

Early Departures
Pick-up at Horseshoe Bay Ferry Terminal or airport

August 4 to August 7, 2016 - Juan De Fuca Trail

Hike and explore one of Vancouver Island’s most incredible coastlines
Visit Port Renfrew
Group hike

August 8, 2016 - Victoria/Squamish

All day tour of Victoria
Free time for participants
Stay at Alice Lake Provincial Park

August 9, 2016 - Squamish and Vancouver

Up early
Tour of Vancouver best sites
Relaxing and an opportunity to celebrate the 3 week leadership program
Graduation dinner
Vision letters submitted
Relax

August 10, 2016 - Vancouver

Early departure
Fly home

 
Fireside´s Ocean and Mountains Program (14days)

Camp Details

Date: July 21 to August 3, 2016
Ages: 13 to 17 (Co-ed)
Price: $2,350.00 CDN plus 5% tax. [currency converter] Includes instruction, food, accommodation, most camping gear, camping fees and transportation while on trip. Does not include flight and some optional activities.
Locations: Whistler, Squamish, Nanaimo, Tofino, Clayoquot Sound
Core Recreational Elements: Alpine hiking, canoeing, Aboriginal culture, geology, and backpacking.

Expedition Highlights

   

  • Hike to glacier lakes (Rainbow Lakes)
  • Paddle along the majestic coastlines on the Clayoquot Sound
  • Spend time at Whistler’s Fireside Lodge, sleep under the stars in some of BC's best Provincial Parks and enjoy some peaceful rest in your tent
  • Experience the beauty of Juan De Fuca Park, Tofino, Pacific Rim National Park, Whistler, Squamish and Victoria
  • Learn the basics of front and back-country camping, ocean canoeing and orienteering
  • Be supported by experienced and skilled instructors who will provide supervision for 24 hours a day for the entirety of the program
  • Participate in leadership and canoe certification
  • Learn about leadership styles and competencies of leaders
  • Partake in language and cultural exchange experiences with other international, Canadian and Aboriginal youth
  • Participate in environmental/community stewardship projects

Tentative Trip Plan (subject to change)

July 21, 2016 - Vancouver/Whistler – Fireside Lodge Campus

Arrivals between 11am to 2pm (staff will meet participants at airport and Richmond location)
Drive to Whistler (Fireside bus)
Check-in and evening program orientation at Fireside Lodge Campus
Welcome Ceremony and dinner at lodge
Hike to Alta Lake for “Meet and Greet" activities
Email and phone call home (international students only)

July 22, 2016 - Fireside Lodge Campus, Whistler

Morning make up – stretch and morning walk
Overview of 21 day program
Overview of program goals and objectives, review safety and emergency procedures and full value agreement
Review meal preparations & cooking 101
Early departure and visit Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre
Leadership Discussion Question: What is leadership? Who are your leaders? What are the characteristics of a leader? Why is leadership important to self and others? Review of leadership bracelet process.
Animal Aware: What to do when you see an animal (bears, cougars and raccoons)
Journal writing
Hike up Creekside Mountain
Swim test (pool swim)
Letters to self

July 23, 2016 - Fireside Lodge Campus, Whistler

Morning tour of Whistler
Hike to Rainbow Lake (understanding glaciers and impact of global warming)
Basic hiking 101
Trip preparation (how to keep yourself warm, cool, dry and your gear water proof)
Individual and group goal setting
Assignment of staff instructors to youth participants
Discussion: Understanding the 5 pillars of Fireside leadership
SMART goal setting
Barriers VS Challenges

July 24, 2016 - Fireside Lodge Campus, Whistler

Early wake up
Trip prep basics (packing bags, rolling sleeping bags, how to travel lightly, group gear, food prep)
Group team building challenge
Free time in Whistler
Movie night

July 25, 2016 - Alice Lake, Squamish

Early wake-up and pack up
Unpack at Alice Lake Provincial Park (tent set up)
Hike Chief and visit Squamish
Evening swim at Alice Lake
Orienteering lesson

July 26, 2016 - Englishman River, Vancouver Island

Up early and drive to Englishman River Provincial Park
Explore river (learning about river and canyon formations) and tour park
Food pick up and trip planning
Walking amongst the old growth
Discussion: What to do when you are lost and what are your greatest fears
S.P.I.C.E.Sleadership training
Ice cream at Coombs

July 27 to August 2, 2016 - Tofino and Clayoquot Sound

3 days in Tofino (touring camping, visiting sites and learning about Aboriginal culture)
6 days canoe paddling Clayoquot Sound (canoe certification, paddling to Vargas and Flores Island, Pacific Coast camping, visit hot springs, walk amongst 1200 year old tree and potential whale watching)
Solo experience
Community based project

August 3, 2016 - Vancouver

Early Departures
Pick-up at Horseshoe Bay Ferry Terminal or airport

 
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