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Get the inside scoop on winter camping from a veteran instructor and learn about a semester student’s life-changing experience in Baja.

Plus, happy Giving Tuesday! For today only, double your online gift to NOLS with a match from generous donors.

Everything You Need to Know about Winter Camping

backcountry skier travels uphill in fresh snow on a sunny day in the Rockies
Photo by Wilson Cheung

Camping in the snow opens up a whole new realm of backcountry adventure—if you’re prepared. NOLS instructor Katie Oram shares tips and tricks for staying warm, cozy, and well fed on a winter expedition in the mountains.

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It’s Giving Tuesday: Donate Today & Your Gift Will Be Matched!

NOLS Wyss Campus in Red Canyon with snowy foothills in the background
Photo by Andy Burdin

For every gift donated online to the NOLS Fund today, December 3, generous donors will match it! This year, all funds raised will go toward the completion of our Wyss Wilderness Medicine Campus in Lander, Wyoming. Give today and help support the next generation of NOLS-educated EMTs.

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A Life-Changing Experience: Finding the Big Picture in Baja

kayaks pulled up on the beach with vivid pink and orange sunset overhead
Photo by Molly Hagbrand

When people ask him where he went to school, Tucker Cunningham always starts with, “Have you ever heard of NOLS?”

After two years in college, Tucker signed up for a Semester in Baja, realizing he needed a change. He considers his NOLS course a turning point: an experience that “changed my life and turned me into the person I am today.”

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Winter Backcountry Touring - Prime (Age 23+)

NOLS student wearing backpack backcountry skis uphill between snowy pines at sunset
Photo by Lindsay Yost

Dive into a new kind of backcountry adventure: exploring the mountains in winter. Sharpen your skiing or snowboarding skills in fresh snow with a group of motivated adults. Learn avalanche assessment, the basics of snow science, and the art of winter camping.

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Spring Semester in the Southwest

smiling student wearing white helmet rock climbs on red rockPhoto by Rainbow Weinstock

Take your learning outdoors on an unforgettable semester expedition. Go backpacking, caving, whitewater canoeing, and rock climbing in the U.S. Southwest—plus earn an industry-respected Wilderness First Aid certification. Build the confidence and experience to lead in the outdoors and beyond.

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Check Out the 2019 NOLS Holiday Gift Guide

backcountry fruit pie next to NOLS Cookery book in the snow
Photo by Jordan Cranch

Searching for the perfect present for an outdoorsy friend? Check out our gift guide for some great suggestions, from wool socks and fun repair patches to the brand new NOLS Games book.

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Wilderness First Responder

two men in orange jacket care for a patient lying in the snow on a WFR coursePhoto by Lori Karker

Get ready for this winter’s outdoor adventures with a 9- to 10- day Wilderness First Responder course. Learn the skills you need to recognize, prevent, and treat common injuries in the outdoors—including cold-related injuries like hypothermia and frostbite.

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284 Lincoln Street
Lander, Wyoming 82520
United States

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