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Watch this video to learn the secret to making NOLS Super Tea, the ultimate hot beverage. Plus, refresh your winter Leave No Trace skills (hint: snow is great for wiping!) and read a Baja semester grad's story about her decision to study abroad with NOLS.

Do You Know How to Leave No Trace in Winter?

smiling NOLS participant splitboards down a snowy backcountry slope
Photo by Molly Hagbrand

You’re an LNT expert when it's warm outside, but do you know the ins and outs of minimum impact camping in the snow? Check out these reminders to test your skills and prepare for your next winter adventure.

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Watch: The Secret to Making NOLS Super Tea

how to make backcountry super tea with metal pot filled with tea

Whether it’s a winter camping expedition or a day of sledding, our famed Super Tea is the ultimate hot beverage to fuel your cold weather adventures!

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Why I Left School for a Semester in Baja

two silhouetted sailboats moored on calm water at sunset
Photo by Claire Burgeson

In her sophomore year of college, NOLS grad Claire Burgeson realized she needed a change: “In a very typical American sense I was ‘successful.’ But I didn’t feel successful; I felt lost. And to find myself again, I wanted to be challenged every day. I wanted to learn new ways of thriving outside and remember how to love learning.” And that’s exactly what she did on her study abroad semester in Baja.

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Don’t Miss Out! Spring Break Trips Filling Fast

drawing of four kayaks on a beach with yellowy orange sky and white sun

Fresh powder, granite crags, or the sunny Baja coast? Take your pick on a NOLS spring break trip for students ages 16–18 or 18–22. Leave the tourist traps behind and dive into an action-packed week of backpacking, skiing, kayaking, or rock climbing.

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2020 Summer Expeditions for Ages 14–15 and 16–17

smiling teens with arms outstretched pose for a group photo in the AdirondacksPhoto by Meriwether Hardie

This summer, it’s time for a real adventure. Join a group of motivated teens to go whitewater rafting on the Salmon River, hiking in Wyoming’s Wind River Range, or backpacking in the Adirondacks. Along the way, make new friends and build real-life leadership skills.

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Himalaya Cultural Expedition

NOLS students sit and drink chai at a teahouse in the Himalaya, looking out at green mountainsPhoto by Cass Colman

Combine your passion for the outdoors with intercultural learning in the soaring peaks of India’s Kumaon region. Practice conversational Hindi with local communities high in the Himalaya and learn the basics of minimum impact camping.

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Last Chance for Spring Semester Scholarships

three female NOLS students consult a map with red rocks in the backgroundPhoto by Eric Page

Next semester is your opportunity to do something different. Apply today to secure your scholarship before funds run out, and get ready to take your learning outside the classroom on an unforgettable international adventure.

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