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March Break For Little Robins

Activity Details

Snowshoe walk, quinzhee building, nature interpretation, games, fire building, snow science lesson, snow art, campfire cookout for ages 3.5-5 years old.

Let’s give your little Robin an incredible experience with our amazing team of guides ! During this program, your little one will do a lot of different activities like snowshoeing, learn how to do a quinzhee building, do some snow art… While going outside, we focus also on nature interpretation mixed with a lot of fun games, snow lesson, fire building… We also do a campfire cookout where we share a lot of stories for the kids !

We adapt to the weather and while we are trying to be outside as much as we can, we also have an indoor space if needed. The small group size will allow your little Robin to make new friends.

Please note that the 2nd week of this program is one day shorter and end on Thursday. 

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Activity Season

March

Location

Revelstoke

Group Size

Min 2, Max 6

Duration

5 hours

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Extra Information

Do you need extra funding?

The Youth Access Fund is available to help support youth from low and modest income families who are interested. For more information, click here

We are proud to support some of Revelstoke’s free outdoor camp and clinic initiatives with partnerships with awesome local groups: Girls On Ice CanadaOpen Mountain Project, & Revelstoke PaddleSport Association.

Supported by Stoke Youth Network.

Have you completed your child's waiver?

Before an activity each participant must complete a release of liability waiver. Save time on the day and complete it online.

Booking & Cancellation Policies

24-hours notice minimum needed to guarantee availability but last minute requests may be accommodated.

Our Team

Our outdoor educators are certified wilderness first aiders, qualified in providing educational, fun experiences in all seasons around this area. 

They have vulnerable persons criminal record checks, positive experiences with a variety of ages of children with various abilities, skills and resources related to creating and delivering successful programs. 

Most of our outdoor facilitators are professional educators, assistants and guides to complement their outdoor facilitation of the programs. We even have some parents among our program staff and that adds a wealth of knowledge to the game! 

Extra Information

Do you need extra funding for your child to join our activities?

The Youth Access Fund is available to help support youth from low and modest income families who are interested. For more information, click here

We are proud to support some of Revelstoke’s free outdoor camp and clinic initiatives with partnerships with awesome local groups: Girls On Ice CanadaOpen Mountain Project, & Revelstoke PaddleSport Association.

Supported by Stoke Youth Network.

Have you completed your child's waiver?

Before an activity each participant must complete a release of liability waiver. Save time on the day and complete it online.

Booking & Cancellation Policies

24-hours notice minimum needed to guarantee availability but last minute requests may be accommodated.