From the trails to Mount Everest Base Camp to the paved route of the Times Colonist 10K, three Victoria organizations are raising awareness of a versatile piece of equipment that makes adventures accessible for people living in the Capital Regional District.
Power To Be would like to sincerely thank our incredible group of volunteers who go above and beyond every day to tirelessly support our events, our programs and ultimately help to provide the best experience possible for our participants.
It’s been said this is the rainiest spring in Vancouver since they’ve started recording the weather. No doubt this would deter many a folk from venturing outside for some time in nature, but the group from Canucks Autism Network were up for the adventure and we were glad to make it happen.
Wilderness School youth shares her story of turning the outdoors into the ultimate classroom with Searching For Sero. Find out how her story fits into a North American-based story project about the value of getting outside.
The right clothes and attitude are all you need to help you enjoy exploring in less-than-perfect weather. Check out these tips from one of our program facilitators and happy exploring!
As demand for inclusive adventures and interest from community partners grows, Power To Be's Vancouver team is poised to increase program offerings and get more people out into nature in 2017. Find out how.
Anna's time volunteering with Power To Be inspired her education and career path. Find out how.
Wilderness School youth learn though action with beach clean up with the Surfrider Foundation Vancouver Island. Learn more about how they helped clean up Muir Creek.
On behalf of all of us at Power To Be, we hope you enjoy your holidays and time with friends and family. We look forward to sharing the opportunities 2017 will bring to explore in nature.
Adaptive Recreation participant shares his experience camping with new friends, engaging in conversation and learning more about himself.