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.
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.
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.
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.