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Camp session: Red Wolf Voyageurs Program (The Pine Project)


Red Wolf Voyageurs Program

By: The Pine Project

The Pine Project


About this Program:

  • Overnight Camp
  • Age 15 - 16 (Coed)
  • Specialized in Adventure (multi), offers 16 activities
  • 1 session date to choose from
  • Cost starting from $2,395
  • Busing not available
  • Special needs support available


Contact:

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276 Carlaw Ave. Unit 302, Toronto, Ontario, M4M 3L1

In the Red Wolf Voyageurs Program, teens put their wilderness and naturalist skills to the test. Over three weeks of backcountry camping, canoeing and leadership training*, they learn to plan and pack for excursions, master advanced canoeing techniques, and develop survival skills. By taking measured risks and learning from their mistakes, teens build resilience and confidence in their own abilities. They leave ready to tackle whatever challenges come their way - whether it’s a rain storm, a difficult class at school, or a tricky social situation. 

*Voyageurs are based out of our Red Wolf Wilderness Camp in the Haliburton area. They split their time between base camp and a 1-2 week canoe trip excursion.

Program content highlights:

  • Wilderness travel preparation
  • Canoeing and portaging
  • Navigation and map reading
  • Water safety and rescue
  • Camp setup and care
  • Wildlife tracking
  • Sustainable plant harvesting
  • Wild edibles foraging and preparation
  • Fire by friction
  • Identifying local hazards
  • Shelter building
  • Sensory awareness
  • Primitive tools such as bows, arrows, stone/bone tools and others
  • Bird language


Character Development: This program helps build the following traits

  • Resilience: By taking measured risks and learning from their mistakes, teens build resilience and confidence in their own abilities.
  • Independence: Teens learn to plan and pack for excursions, master advanced canoeing techniques, and develop survival skills. By learning how to depend on themselves and their abilities, teens gain self-reliance and independence.


Session Dates and Rates:

Aug 08 - 26, 2022
Bloor West Village, Toronto, ON
21 Old Mill Road

12 campers
$2,395 - $2,500
2022-08-082395


Special Needs Support: This program is able to accomodate a few campers with special needs

Mild Support       Specialized programming

ADD/ADHD
Aspergers Syndrome
Autism/Pervasive development delay
Diabetes
Down Syndrome
Dyslexia
Intellectual disability
Physical Disability
Tourettes Syndrome
Troubled Teens
Mild Support       Specialized programming


Activities:

Recreational       Instructional       Intense or Competitive

Archery
Arts & Crafts
Canoeing
CIT/LIT Program
Cooking
Fishing
Hiking
Leadership Training
Mindfulness Training
Nature/Environment
Strength and Conditioning
Swimming
Wilderness Out-tripping
Wilderness Skills
Woodworking
Zoology
Recreational       Instructional       Intense or Competitive



Advanced Adventure and Leadership
Teens put their wilderness and naturalist skills to the test over three weeks of backcountry camping & canoeing!

 

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