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Climbing*IAWAH's large indoor wall has eight faces with climbs and bouldering routes ranging from beginner to advanced. For additional challenge campers also have the option of participating in climbing races, timed or blindfolded climbs, and other games. There will also be opportunity for outdoor rock climbing and rappelling.
*Climbing is also available as a Focus Program offered weeks 1,2,3,5,6,7 including an off-site all-day climbing trip.
Ski and Board*Learn how to knee-board, water ski and perhaps try something more challenging like wake-surfing. IAWAH’s ski and board program is adapted for all levels, right from beginners. Ski and Board Focus Program includes up to 3 hours of focused instruction each day.
*Ski and Board is also available as a Focus Program offered all seven weeks of the summer.
Mountain Biking*Bring your own bike or use one of IAWAH’s top-end Rocky Mountain bikes as you learn to navigate cross-country trails increasing your riding abilities or improve your technical riding skills on our challenge course. Campers will also learn about preventative bike maintenance and troubleshooting.
*Mountain Biking is also available as a Focus Program. Available Weeks 1,2,3,5,6,7 including an offsite biking trip to an amazing trail network.
Wilderness*Try something new each day and explore the wilds of IAWAH’s great property. The week includes fire-building skills, nature hikes, outdoor cooking, survival skills, shelter building and navigation.
*Wilderness is also available as a Focus Program offered weeks 1,2,5,7. Campers spend one night sleeping in the shelters they build.
Encounter Canoe Trip*Sunday to Tuesday campers are on site participating in regular camp, while learning canoe skills and preparing for their trip. On Wednesday morning, campers head out with trained staff for a two-night introductory canoe trip They will return Friday morning in time to eat lunch and re-join regular camp programming.
*Encounter Canoe Trip is a Focus Program, offered Weeks 3,4,6 in an offsite camping destination.
Rockets and Projectiles*In this super fun activity, campers will learn about propulsion by making water bottle rockets, water balloon launchers, a potato gun and a host of other great projects involving science and fun.
*Rockets and Projectiles is a Focus Program, offered only in weeks 3 and 4.
Beach and BLOBIAWAH beach is the perfect place to hang out on a hot summer day. Enjoy blobbing a friend or get blobbed yourself. Lots of activities, water toys and fun games to keep the active as well as chilled on Wolfe Lake.
ArcheryHone your shooting skills and hit the bulls-eye. Campers learn about archery equipment, techniques and safety guidelines using compound, re-curve and cross-bows at IAWAH’s outdoor archery range.
CanoeingExplore the basics of canoeing, small craft safety, paddling strokes and canoe-over-canoe rescues while playing canoeing games and paddling around Wolfe lake exploring the wildlife.
CraftsStaff provide engaging yet do-able crafts that spark creativity and introduce campers to different DIY projects.
Digital PhotographyDevelop your photography skills. Learn about camera settings, composing your images and capturing the perfect shot. Move around IAWAH to collect some great action and/or nature photos. Cameras can be provided or campers can bring their own.
DramaImprovisational activities and drama games prepare campers for a creative end-of-week presentation that is typically performed at the final evening campfire.
Offered Week 3, during Girls Camp