You know that moment when you’re packing for a week long trip and you wonder, “which sleeping bag will I need” or “what pack should I bring?” You may consider size, weight, or sentimental attachment. Well, do you ever wonder... READ MORE
This winter, if you plan any winter camping trips, snowshoeing, backcountry skiing/snowboarding or any other outdoor activity our Hurricane Island Outward Bound School Winter Handbook has some really helpful information and tips to keep you warm. Let’s discuss. Staying Warm... READ MORE
No one knows more about the power of an Outward Bound course than our amazing instructors. Check out this blog post written by Diane Sternberg, an instructor on the Florida leg of Outward Bound’s Minnesota to Florida Spring Semester. Read... READ MORE
Below is an excerpt from the book ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT: NOTES ON A DOZEN LIFELONG SPORTS, a collection of essays written by Outward Bound alum John Casey. The books contains two essay on his life-changing experiences with Outward Bound. In... READ MORE
One of my most enjoyable Thanksgivings was spent in the backcountry. I was a student on a semester course. We were in the Canyonlands of Southeast Utah; pretty much spending most of our days looking for water. Just a few... READ MORE
This October, Outward Bound hosted one of our most successful National Dinners in New York City ever! Our wilderness programs aim to impact students’ lives, but it was truly inspiring to hear a recipient of our 9/11 Scholarship outline first-hand... READ MORE
We would’ve loved to congratulate Paul Duba on receiving our esteemed Josh Miner Award, but we couldn’t. He was in the field at the time – once again proving how truly deserving of this award he is. “Duba has... READ MORE
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