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Wilderness Medicine Courses

Wilderness Medicine

Learn the skills that guides, ski patrols, and SAR teams use. You'll improvise a splint, stop life threatening bleeding, work as a member of a high functioning team, and make friends. Our evidence-based curriculum comes from NOLS, the worldwide leader in wilderness medical education.

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The environment you created in class and the stories you shared really inspired me as an educator, traveler, and human in general. I really appreciated the time you took to give feedback and the opportunities you provided for us to learn more. Your interest and investment in the material was contagious and I really do believe that is why we functioned so well.
— Ruth G, Wilderness First Responder student

Field Journals

These interactive notebooks allow you to document your trip, develop a deeper connection with nature, and reflect upon your larger journey through life. Bursting with 66 pages of playful hand drawn watercolor illustrations, the Adirondack Field Journal was designed for school groups, camps, and solo explorers.

A true artist and educator, Maloney creatively invites users to look at the world, and oneself, in unique and wildly imaginative ways. This work of art is a ‘must have’ for all who venture out.
— Dr. Amy DiRenzo, Associate Professor of Recreation, Parks & Leisure Studies
Backpacking Mountains Meadow College Trips

College Expeditions

From the canyons of Utah to the mountains of Mexico, our trips are custom-built for your outdoor program. We'll design the itinerary, curriculum, and learning objectives to suit your students' needs. Successful participants earn a Trip Leader Certificate and are often ready for hire by camps and outdoor programs.

Allie and Dave were outstanding trip leaders and I couldn’t have hoped for a better group of people. Every single person brought something special to the trip and a great attitude about being in the outdoors that made the trip so much fun even when things got tough. Through bushwacking, boulder fields and heat, it was refreshing to come together every night and reflect on our experiences.
— Rocio G, Baja Leadership Participant