Frequently Asked Questions
Who can go on a Outdoor Adventure trip?
You must be a CCU student, faculty, or staff to go on a trip. *On some trips, spouses and/or family members are invited to join. This will be indicated in the trip description. If this case, they must participate with a CCU student, faculty, or staff member present on the trip.
Participants with disabilities are welcome to register for trips, and should contact Outdoor Coordinator, Layne Davis, in advance so we can make reasonable accommodations. We will do our best to accommodate everyone, however due to the remote and wilderness nature of several trips; we may not be able to accommodate all disabilities.
Do I need to be super fit to go on a trip?
Most trips will be for beginners and more advanced trips will be clearly marked. You can always contact us if you have concerns about your physical conditions. As with any outdoor adventure activities, you may be required to carry a heavy pack, kayak, paddle board; hike long distance; climb; sleep on the ground, and more. A generally healthy individual will have no problems participating in any of our trips.
Do I need to own my personal gear on trips?
No. We offer gear for most trips, unless specified otherwise. You are welcome to bring your own gear on trips and often we can provide discounts to those participants who bring gear. You will need to provide your own clothes, food, and other personal items.