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CAMP DATES ARE SET FOR 2015 APPLY NOW

CAMPS FOR SURVIVORS

January 25-31

March 1-7 Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center and Northwest

May 31-June 6 University of Colorado Cancer Center

June 7-13 Shaw Regional Cancer Center

July 26-Aug 1 UCSF and Stanford Cancer Centers

Attend our free week-long outdoor experiences for individuals who have been diagnosed with cancer.  We welcome those that were diagnosed at any time in their lives.  It could be last month or 10 years ago.

Experiences are based upon outdoor adventure activities such as  white water kayaking and during the winter months snowshoeing and building snow caves.  We offer a action packed week of activities to fuel your soul. No experience required as our guides are the best of the best and the bottom line is YOU.   Throughout the experience, you will be encouraged to recognize the reality that cancer is a part of your story, but it no longer defines you.  This week is for you, so come on and treat yourself to a Epic Experience.

Connections with other individuals who share a similar story will create a community that lasts long after their Epic Experience has ended.  We have partnered with specific cancer centers from across the country.  We bring survivors to Colorado from a specific geographic area so that after camp you have a larger network of support close to home.  Not in one of these areas?  We will do our best to include all survivors that apply if space is available.

The 2014 camps were incredible. We had the most amazing cancer Thrivers come join us. They paddled on some of the biggest water on the Colorado river in over 20 years, they came and conquered. We hope you will consider joining us in 2015.

From one of our campers
still full of gratitude and smiles from my Epic Experience. It was an exceptional & poignant experience for me. I found growth, challenges, tears, empathy, inspiration, comrades, love, friendship – all the best things in life were on that trip. I can still feel Mateo’s concern and hugs … and hear his words on the river. Healing is an understatement. Can I go again?