Outdoor Adventures provides a variety of outdoor trips, from day trips/clinics to weekend and week adventures, to the University of Utah community. Participants can expect to see activities such as rock climbing, canyoneering, mountain biking, backpacking, hiking, cross-country skiing, backcountry touring, ice climbing, whitewater rafting/kayaking, flatwater trips such as canoeing or SUPing, and much more. The trip leaders are in constant training to provide a safe and positive learning environment where students can develop their outdoor skills.
THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION AND TRIPS ARE ONLY FOR UNIVERSITY OF UTAH STUDENTS, FACULTY,
STAFF, CAMPUS REC MEMBERS, AND THEIR GUESTS. TRIPS ARE NOT AVAILABLE TO THE GENERAL
TRIPS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES SUCH AS PERMITS, WEATHER, AND OTHER CIRCUMSTANCES.
Fall 2019 Trip Schedule
|Aug. 21||Welcome Week Hike the Living Room Trail||Free|
|Aug. 22||Welcome Week Bike the Shoreline Trail||Free|
|Sept. 13-15||Snake River Rafting & Hiking Multi-Sport Trip||$100|
|Sept. 20-22||Sea Kayaking the Tetons||$110|
|Sept. 27-29||Snake River Rafting Trip||$130|
|Oct. 5-11||Backpacking Paria Canyon Fall Break Trip||$300|
|Oct. 6-12||Raft Cataract Canyon Fall Break Trip||$300|
|Oct. 13||Bouldering in Little Cottonwood Canyon||$25|
|Oct. 18-20||Mountain Biking the Gooseberry Mesa||$125|
|Oct. 18-20||Robbers Roost Canyoneering||$130|
|Oct. 22||Waterfall Day Hike||$15|
|Nov. 12||Full Moon Living Room Hike||$15|
Our programs are available to all current University of Utah Students, Faculty, Staff, Campus Rec Member, and their guests. These trips are not open to the General Public, unless they qualify as a guest.
Call us at 801-581-8516 and pay the deposit with a credit card over the phone, or come to see us during our office hours within the Student Life Center.
Cooperative Adventure trips are planned and coordinated by Outdoor Adventures volunteer trip leaders. Trip costs are shared equally by all participants. All group planning, leadership and risks are shared by all participants equally. Because Outdoor Adventures trips are exciting, physically demanding, and take place in an environment over which we have no control, they can be potentially dangerous. As a participant on a Cooperative Adventure Trip, you must personally accept these conditions and assume full responsibility for your own safety and well-being. Trip size is limited, and registration plus payment is on a first come, first served basis. A non-refundable deposit is required when you sign-up to secure a spot for you. Each multi-day trip has a pre-trip meeting, and your attendance is strongly recommended.
University of Utah policies prohibit alcohol, controlled substances, and firearms. These items are not permitted on any OA Adventure. Participants are not required to have health insurance, but it is strongly encouraged.
THE UNIVERSITY OF UTAH SEEKS TO PROVIDE EQUAL ACCESS TO IT’S PROGRAMS, SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES TO PEOPLE OF ALL ABILITIES