Outward Bound is not a camp.
It is not a vacation. It is not relaxing.
It is definitely not a relaxing vacation camp.
It is not comfortable. It is not easy.
It is not too hard for you. It is not for the faint of heart.
It is not just for super-athletes.
It is not something just for outdoorsy people.
It is not something just for “privileged” people.
It is not something just for troubled teens.
It is not just for “other” people.
It is not just for “professionals”.
It is not something that will ever leave you.
It is not just in the Rocky Mountains.
It is not just in the Wilderness.
It is not just in the City.
It is not just a ropes course.
It is not just backpacking.
It is not just for bearded men.
It is not a place at all.
Come to Outward Bound if you are ready to change and enhance your life.
Come to Outward Bound if you are ready for a challenge.
Come to Outward Bound if you are ready to realize what is truly inside you.
Come to Outward Bound and prove to yourself that you can do more than you ever thought possible.
Blog Contributor: Darin Fearday
Darin has been working in the Golden, Colorado Outward Bound office since February of 2007. His role as Senior Admissions Advisor is to find the appropriate course for prospective students. He is originally from Southern Illinois, but has been in the Rocky Mountain region for the last 5 years. Prior to coming over to OB, he instructed trips for the Student Conservation Association in the White Mountains of New Hampshire and Maine. He also has been one of the lead instructors at a Wilderness Therapy program in Southern Utah for more than a year and is still able to lead a trip for Big City Mountaineers once a year. He is passionate about Outward Bound and says the best part of his job is to provide individuals with a life-changing experience.
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