Vancouver's monthly hiking program for people living with acquired brain injuries proves nature is a neutral ground; a space that welcomes all abilities to come and explore.
Through a partnership with Students On Ice, two Wilderness School alumni joined the 2016 Arctic Expedition. The experience saw them travel from Vancouver Island to Greenland on an educational trip that artfully blended science and culture to inspire youth to take action.
The Year Three Wilderness School cohort recently spent 12 days hiking in Cape Scott Provincial Park, the northern tip of Vancouver Island. Read this first-hand account from one of our participants.
Power To Be partnered with the Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria to introduce 12 new residents to Canada to camping. Find out why the experience had a profound affect on everyone involved.
Stepping outside and way from your devices is a great way to recalibrate your stress level. Check out three ideas to connect with nature from Power To Be.
Every once in a while we get the opportunity to show a small token of our appreciation by giving back some of the incredible outdoor experiences our supporters help provide our participants throughout the year.
For Bayan Azizi the difference between a problem and a challenge is simple. Learning that distinction didn’t come easily for the North Vancouver Power To Be participant.
As Theresa twisted and crawled her way through underground caves, the world around her opened up. Find out how one Wilderness School participant found a new world right underneath her feet.
Adaptive Recreation parent shares her experience finding connection with her daughters and other participants in a snowy landscape. Find out why she calls it the snow glow.
As others make like the Wilderness School and head out for some winter fun, we thought this would be a great time to share some of our favourite winter camping tips with you.