The majority of the experiential adventure based activities are held entirely out of doors on warm, dry, cold, wet or even snowy days. Your ability to participate and enjoy your experience may depend upon staying warm and dry. Cold or wet weather will not deter us from programming if participants are properly dressed. Here are some suggestions that might assist you in your choice of attire. Please dress for comfort, not style. Listen to the weather report, but come prepared for the unexpected.



Proper footwear is critical for a safe enjoyable day. Athletic shoes are not designed to keep feet warm in less than 60 degree weather. Waterproof footwear could make all the difference on a cold wet day. No matter what all shoes must be closed toed. This means that you will not be able to participate if you are wearing sandals or similar shoes that expose parts of your feet.



Dress in Layers – Bring extra clothing (sweaters, sweatshirts, etc.) Wool and synthetic fibers (fleece) remain the warmest when wet. Avoid tight and restrictive clothing.

Have a wind breaker or rain coat.

Bring gloves or mittens on cold days.


What Not to Wear or Bring

  • Nice expensive jewelry
  • Nice clothes
  • Knives, axes, etc.
  • Alcohol or Drugs
  • Radios or Tape Players