Outing Club Programs
Since T3 began, we've had over 2,000 participants in our Outing Club programs.
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Outing Club Leadership Conference
Join Teens To Trails in kicking off the school year with a full-day conference for Outing Club advisors and student leaders at L.L.Bean's Flying Point Paddling Center. The conference will focus on planning trips for the year ahead and learning about ways Teens To Trails can support your club. It’s a great way to connect with other teen leaders and advisors, share resources, discuss obstacles and set goals. We will also hear from inspiring outdoor leaders, practice team-building activities and spend the afternoon paddling or kayaking on Casco Bay with L.L.Bean's Outdoor Discovery Schools experienced instructors.
All advisors, aspiring advisors, interested administrators and student leaders are invited to join!
In partnership with the National Park Service, Teens To Trails brings high school Outing Clubs together for a fun-filled outdoor weekend exploring Acadia National Park. Throughout the weekend, T3 will put together various activities such as hiking, biking and rock climbing. Outing Clubs will learn about the natural history of the Park and practice outdoor and leadership skills for the upcoming school year.
People travel from all over the world to visit Acadia National Park. T3 wants all Maine teens to experience this special place!
Winter Skills Weekend
Join Teens To Trails, Maine Huts & Trails for a winter overnight at one of the amazing huts in the Carrabassett Valley Region. Outing Club advisors and students will have the chance to practice snowshoeing or cross-country skiing, learn about winter trip planning and even practice how to set up a winter campsite or winter kitchen. Participants can practice skills alongside outdoor educators and gain confidence in planning and executing winter excursions for their Outing Club. Students will learn about First-Aid basics and have hands-on practice for preventing and treating cold injuries with a wilderness health professional.
T3’s Spring Thing Weekend is a great way to celebrate the end of the school year with fellow Outing Clubs! Outing Clubs are invited to camp out at Adventure Bound and spend the weekend exploring The Forks. On Saturday, clubs can choose from various activities such as hiking, canoe expeditions, SUP excursions or a ropes course activity. In the evening, we will cook delicious meals, play field games, swim in the pool or cozy up to the campfire and eat s’mores! We invite guest speakers to share their inspiring outdoor adventures and enjoy a special showing of the Maine Outdoor Film Festival. We finish up the weekend with a full-day whitewater rafting adventure on the Kennebec River!