On the Land
Register for trips and classes online, or at the Outdoor Program located on the northeast corner of the Fitness and Recreation Center near Washington-Grizzly stadium. Call (406) 243-5172 for more information.
Capitol Reef Backpacking Trip - Spring Break!
- When: April 3 - 9 (Spring Break)
- Description: Backpack along portions of the Waterpocket Fold, through the Halls Creek drainage, check out Hamburger Rocks, and explore side canyons along the way... all in beautiful Capitol Reef National Park!
- Register by: March 21
- Pre-trip Meeting: March 23, 5pm at the Outdoor Program.
- Cost: $375. Includes transportation, trip leaders, and park fees. Equipment rentals are half off at the Outdoor Program, if needed.
Bike Maintenance Class
- When: April 12, 14, 19 and 21. 6:00-8:00pm at the Outdoor Program workbench.
- Description: Learn how to clean, fix and maintain all parts of your bike.
- Register by: April 10
- Cost: $50. Includes hands-on instruction at the Outdoor Program workbench.
STUDY ABROAD: Mountaineering & Trekking in the Andes (Huaraz, Peru)
- When: August 3 - 18, 2016
- Description: This trip takes place in the high sierra region of Peru within the Cordillera Blanca in Huascaran National Park. Participants are eligible to earn 2 credits in HHP or PTRM through completing this course. Call Elizabeth at (406) 243-5176 or read the trip syllabus for more information!
- Open to: Students, Faculty and Staff of the University of Montana
- Cost: $2,350 plus cost of flight to Peru and application fee.
- Registration: Apply online with UM's Office of International Programs. A $200 non-refundable deposit is also due by April 1 to the Outdoor Program, which goes towards the total cost.
Campus Recreation is an equal opportunity service provider that conducts certain activities under special permit with the US Forest Service, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks and the Bureau of Land Management. The University of Montana's Campus Recreation trips are permitted on the Lolo, Bitterroot, and Clearwater National Forests (Clause VII.B.). The UM Outdoor Program is partners with Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics and a member of the American Canoe Association, Trout Unlimited, The Access Fund and the Professional Ski Instructors of America.