After School Climbing Program
TEENS, Inc. offers Fall, Winter and Spring after school climbing programs in four week blocks during the school year. Two days a week teens participate in indoor and outdoor, roped climbing and bouldering. Teens overcome mental and physical challenges learning how to use each other for support. The program focus is on personal goals, perseverance and healthy risk taking. Students are encouraged to find ways to apply these skills to their lives. As students move through the ranks and participate in multiple programs they begin to expand their technical skills and lead newer members of the climbing program.
Winter 2016 Climbing Application
Assumption of Risk Form
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Our instructors are experienced and certified in rock climbing instruction and have their Wilderness First Responder certifications.
Girls Wilderness Program
An opportunity for teen girls to get out of town and in to the wilderness for spring break. An all-girls group fosters a non-competitive environment focused on building self-confidence and empowerment while we hike, rock climb, do yoga and explore national parks in the beautiful Moab Area.
Adventure, challenge, and fun in the Colorado Mountains with TEENS, Inc.
Leadership Retreats – Five adventure days – June and July
Every summer TEENS, Inc. offers two 5 day leadership retreats for teens in the community. These exciting adventure and camping trips consist of hiking, rock climbing, and rafting. For teens these trips provide an intro into back-country living and technical rock climbing skills. We focus on group communication and leadership skills to help teens navigate these experiences.
Leadership Lab – 15 advanced outdoor learning days, July
For teens to advance their wilderness living skills and spend extended periods of time in the back-country. We use four days of rock climbing and six days of backpacking to help teens learn about healthy risk taking, communication and perseverance. Teens lead each other while learning about their personal leadership style and skills. We foster a non-competitive environment, concentrating on building self-confidence and personal empowerment.
Our lead instructor is an AMGA certified single pitch climbing instructor, and all instructors are Wilderness first responders and are trained in backcountry travel and group facilitation.
Tuition is set on a sliding scale based on family income and circumstances. No student is turned away because of financial reasons.For information and registration contact Jonathan Baumhover at TEENS, Inc., Nederland, CO
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