Event Phone: 1-877-776-0667
- Intro To Adventure: Scotch Creek
August 6, 2019 - August 7, 2019
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
What is an Intro to Adventure? Our Intro program came out of the demand for more outdoor programming for youth and families! ICD has long been known for running Extreme Adventure Programs consisting of a week or more of strenuous hikes with heavy loads, backcountry camping, for teens and young adults with T1. Our Intro programs are either one or two nights, with more accessible campsites, but will still wow you with breathtaking views, while teaching the essentials of diabetes in a wilderness survival experience that will inspire.
This is a challenge by choice program – you don’t have to crawl in a cave if you don’t want to, it’s your choice! Supported by T1D mentors who know every step of these trails, you will learn how to pack perfectly, set up camp safely and cook amazing meals with just what you can carry on your back.You will feel connected, and stay motivated with memories of this beautiful location and the new friends you’ve made.
We are fully prepared to help with diabetes management: carbs, sites, troubleshooting, etc. Ideal for tweens and teens not sure about being in nature… and their parents too, this Intro to Adventure is open to those 7 years of age and up, seasoned campers and beginners alike!
Join ICD and other T1 families and friends for some exciting white water rafting and camping in beautiful Scotch Creek, just an hour outside of Kamloops!
When: Aug 6 & 7, 2019
Where: Adams River Rafting and Shuswap Provincial Park, Scotch Creek, B.C
We will be broadcasting our trail from a satellite communication device tracking every step to your friends and family back home. Registered participants will receive an email with maps and more detailed directions.
Intro to Adventure Tickets:$250
Includes camping permits, all foods and snacks. Tents, camp kitchen and equipment.
Empowerment Fund $25
Require financial assistance? When registering choose the Empowerment fund ticket and apply for funding here
For additional needs like backpacks, high-end sleeping bags and head lamps we are able to suggest local outfitters where you will be able to rent the required gear for the trip.
Please consider bringing your own snacks, especially if you have particular food needs/allergies.
Proper hiking shoes/boots, rain jacket, athletic wear are required – we will provide a detailed gear-list to help and answer any questions! Participants will be required to carry a backpack with some of their belongings on the trail. Mentors will ensure that no one is carrying more than they can handle.
Questions ? Email [email protected] or Call 1-877-776-0667
Note: Please fill out the entire questionnaire as part of registration. ICD does not provide transportation to and from programs. Carpooling options may be available. Please contact us if you are looking for a carpool.