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“OWA is a great experience in a beautiful part of Colorado. All the counselors are really helpful, fun, and flexible. They help you safely step outside of your comfort zone and personalize your experience. I became close with other campers and built good relationships”- Sage, age 14
Austin, TX

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Training Wheels or No Training Wheels The Great Parent Debate

riding dirt on the strider bike, never used training wheels!

When it’s time for kids to take the giant step of learning to ride a bike there are many different therories, ideas and bikes. Something that should be fun can turn into stress for adults trying to figure out the best way to teach their kids how to ride independently. This can also be pretty […]

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Experiences of a first time 14er climber!

First time trying to glissade

At the age of 49, I decided to climb a mountain. Making the decision to climb a mountain for the first time was out of the ordinary for me. I had never done this before and was not real sure what to expect. I knew I needed a great deal of guidance and support, so […]

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Reimer’s Ranch A Place for the Whole Family

Kids fishing at Reimers Ranch for bass

Before James and I had kids we spent our free time and work time climbing, biking and being outside in general. After having out first baby my lifestyle changed drastically. Having a newborn and tryng to climb without a babysitter was not easy and never really happened. Now we have three boys ages 5, 3, […]

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Emery Weiner School Visits Reveille Peak Ranch with OWA

School group hiking at Reveille Peak Ranch

This past January, Houston’s Emery Weiner School finished their annual 10th grade trip to Reveille Peak Ranch with Outpost Wilderness Adventure! The trip is a week long adventure filled outing where the Houstonians get a taste of the beautiful Texas Hill Country. The high-schoolers got a chance to go rock climbing and rappelling on the […]

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La Sportiva Ganda An Aggressive Approach Shoe

Sean McNally wearing cut-off jean shorts in honor of “throwback Thursday.” He completed the Spearhead, Cheifshead, Pagoda, Longs traverse in Rocky Mountain National Park without stopping once to change out of his Gandas!

As a guide, I enjoy being able to climb in my approach shoes. Being able to hike up to a climb and climb it without stopping to take off my shoes gives me a little bit of extra time to prepare things for clients and stay a step ahead. It is also nice when climbing […]

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