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.
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.
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.
Adaptive Recreation participant shares his experience camping with new friends, engaging in conversation and learning more about himself.
Find out how an adventure in the trees at WildPlay created a space to explore and extend the boundaries of what we believe is possible.
Trust, determination and a TrailRider lead to breathtaking views. Read more to find out about an adventure into Strathcona Provincial Park that went off the beaten path.
From laughing fits around the campfire and nature walks through lush forests, the Summit Seekers Overnight created a medley of enriching memories that’ll last until next year’s get-away.
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.
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.