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College 2017: Where Our Students are Headed Next

Congratulations to our graduating class of 2017, soon to be the class of 2021! We are always impressed—but never surprised—at the remarkable colleges Adventure Treks students will soon be attending. Below is the list of the colleges that you, our students, have chosen. We feel privileged and grateful to have been a topic of many […]

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Staff Spotlight: Devin Wilkinson

Devin will be joining us as a Trip Leader for her fifth season at Adventure Treks! She answered a few questions for us below. What are you currently doing? I am currently a ski patroller at Park City Ski Area in Utah. What made you want to work as an outdoor educator? Growing up in […]

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Our View on Service Trips – And Why We Don’t Offer Them

Many people ask us why we don’t offer community service trips, and specifically international ones, as part of our summer trip offerings. We could make a lot of money if we chose to do this. However, we would feel guilty making money on something we believe rarely accomplishes most of its intended goals. Don’t get us […]

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Meals at Adventure Treks: From the Outdoors to Your Kitchen

While at Adventure Treks, students learn how to cook delicious meals in the wilderness. This helps students get more involved in the preparation and planning aspects of their trips, and it teaches them lifelong skills. There is a strong sense of pride that comes from creating a hot meal in a serene wilderness environment. Students and […]

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Meet Our New Staffing Director, Joe Sisti!

As some of you may know, Josh Goldbach, our associate director, has moved on from Adventure Treks. After six years with us, Josh decided that while he did not want to leave AT, he did want to try on a new hat. He is still a part of the Adventure Treks family, and has been helping with […]

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Lessons We’ve Learned about Student Travel

Summer officially begins at Adventure Treks in just four months, and the first students of 2017 will be landing at their arrival airports a few short weeks later. In order to make planning your student’s transportation a little easier, here are a few lessons we’ve learned over the years. *These suggestions are based merely on our […]

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