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See what NOLS grads and instructors say about all-women’s trips, learn why it’s important for teens to learn leadership outdoors, and get the scoop on our Canadian campus.

How Outdoor Adventures Set Teens up for Life Success

four NOLS participants sit and bend over to look at a map spread out on the ground in a forest in the Adirondacks
Photo by Kirk Rasmussen

Today’s students find the idea of making mistakes appalling, intolerable. But research conducted on student outcomes from NOLS courses indicate that actually, making mistakes might be exactly what teens need to lead successfully in the real world.

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Creating Space: Why All-Women’s Expeditions Matter

smiling female NOLS participant wearing black jacket and hat over baseball cap holds up a brightly colored watercolor painting in the mountains
Photo by Nadine Lehner

It’s no secret: there’s a gender gap in the outdoor industry. While all-women’s courses are by no means a cure-all, NOLS instructors and students report that these expeditions offer a fun and empowering opportunity to get outside in a uniquely supportive community.

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Northern Absorption: Backpacking & Canoeing in the Yukon

two smiling students wearing helmets paddle a red canoe through a rapid in the Yukon
Photo by Ari Bruns

Did you know that NOLS has a campus in Canada? The Yukon is one of our most remote operating areas, and this year we’re offering a new whitewater canoeing course for adults ages 23+. Get a taste for the experience with this firsthand account from NOLS grad Katie Raymond.

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Absaroka Backpacking

Five students wearing backpacks hike across a grassy meadow surrounded by pines and rocky peaks in the AbsarokasPhoto by Nan Pugh

Keep an eye out for elk, moose, and bighorn sheep as you explore the rugged mountains bordering Yellowstone. As you find your way through thick forests to the top of rocky peaks, build lifelong leadership skills.

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NEW! Prince William Sound Sea Kayaking

NOLS participants in single and double kayaks float on calm water on a foggy day in AlaskaPhoto by Sabrina Stein

Paddle past crystal-blue icebergs and towering tidewater glaciers as you explore Alaska’s lush coastline. Learn to navigate in an ocean environment and return with the skills to lead your next adventure.

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Get Your Free Expeditions Catalog

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Take a look at our expeditions catalog, online or in print, and start dreaming about your NOLS adventure.

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Waddington Range Mountaineering

red tent anchored in snow overlooking snowy mountains in the Waddington Range with sun highlighting peaks farther offPhoto by Jeremy Fox

This summer, head to the massive glaciers and snowy peaks of Canada’s Waddington Range to develop technical mountaineering skills. Practice leading in real time as you learn to travel on rock, ice, and snow.

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