Pathfinder

Senior Adam Johnson helps Gateway Off-Road Cyclists build biking trail

During a workday, Adam Johnson and Boy Scout Troop 631 help Gateway Off-Road Cyclists  on the Rock Hollow trail in Wildwood. Trail builders use a variety of tools, like the “pulaski” (axe-pick mix).
November 28, 2017

People of all ages enjoy walks in the woods and exciting bike rides through the hills year round, but the hard work that goes into the construction of those paths is not widely known. Senior Adam Johnson has...

Food for the Trail

Great meals to eat on go.
May 11, 2016
When you’re carrying all your food on your back, every ounce counts. Luckily, there are a variety of lightweight meal solutions out there; three options include: dehydrated meals, homemade meals and Meal Ready to Eats (MREs).

Dispersed Camping

Dispersed Camping
Enjoying the freedom of the outdoors on a budget.
April 11, 2016
Dispersed camping is camping in a national forest outside of established campgrounds. There are a couple of rules for where you can set up camp, but generally they are pretty loose. While there is no clean water or bathrooms provided, experienced campers will find the freedom of dispersed camping very appealing. The best part: it’s 100 percent free.

Freshman gets a bird’s eye view

Sophomore Angela Tsao's hawk, Frightful.
April 15, 2015
Freshman Angela Tsao found her perfect hunting buddy in a bird cage.
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