Adventures in nature take a little work, but the pre-planning always pays off. To help participants feel more comfortable outside, Power To Be partnered with AdventureSmart to deliver an inclusive and adapted lesson on the Three T's of outdoor preparedness.
Those who wander up the trail are rewarded. Stunning turquoise waters define this park, which is home to Lower, Middle and Upper Joffre lakes. Learn more about exploring this B.C. Interior gem.
Curious about how to stay warm during winter adventures? Our program staff share their tips and tricks on how to layer for cold weather activities.
From the mossy hemlock and cedar forest to a stony water’s edge, Sandcut Beach has more than a few surprises for those that venture down the trail. Learn more about exploring this Vancouver Island gem.
We have a lot to celebrate this year, and the people in our community are at the very heart of that. With 2017 coming to an end, and big things on the horizon for 2018 we want to share some milestone moments from the year that was.
Wheelbarrow tracks, the thwack of an axe and hands in the dirt marked a good day for Power To Be. Find out how the staff team helped the Galiano Conservancy Association with a variety of projects.
Vikram Vij knows the power of connection to place and he forged his own connections to Power To Be's Prospect Lake site recently. Find out why.
Two Wilderness School alumni were among the 120 students who took part in the 2017 Students On Ice Expedition. Find out how the adventure connected them to culture and climate change.
Program volunteers are an integral support to the participants during all the activities that we do. To support them, Power To Be provides an annual Volunteer Spring Training weekend where active program volunteers can deepen their adaptive skill sets. Find out what they learned.
We take adventure seriously. Read more about our annual staff training to practice our skills to help our participants explore in nature.