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Join Tulane Outdoor Adventures on a scenic paddle down the Blind River in St. James Parish. Come prepared for a fantastic experience where you might see Bald Eagles, Osprey, and all manner of reptiles!
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 A common critique of outdoor recreation programs is that they are not accessible to marginalized communities, including women and people of color. This trip is designed as a wilderness retreat for women and femme-identifying students. The goal of this trip is to create a safe and empowering environment for women to explore outdoor recreation and to have a space to talk openly about women?s issues. The trip will be a mix of hiking, swimming, relaxing, and discussion.

Dig into an urban gardening workshop with Jeanette Bell of Garden on Mars. Bell is an expert gardener who's been growing flowers, veggies, and fruits on vacant lots in New Orleans for over 25 years. Come learn and grow with us in this gardening experience!
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Join Tulane Outdoor Adventures for a weekend of climbing in beautiful Palisades Park. Spend your days on the rocks and your nights by the campfire surrounded by friends, old and new. No climbing experience necessary.
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Spend your Fall Break backpacking with Tulane Outdoor Adventures in Talladega National Forest in Alabama. On this 17.7-mile backpacking expedition, you will learn how to effectively and efficiently pack, camp, and apply other practical outdoor skills. No prior backpacking experience required.
Mandatory Pre-trip Meeting: Wednesday, October 9th at 5:30pm
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Take your camp cooking cuisine to the next level with demonstrations and tips for backcountry cooking from your favorite trail chefs at Outdoor Adventures.

 Fort Proctor is a ruined 19th-century fort that is slowly being swallowed by the waters of Lake Borgne. Originally intended to fortify water routes to New Orleans, Fort Proctor was abandoned before use due to hurricane delays and the outbreak of the Civil War. Join Tulane Outdoor Adventures as we paddle around the fort to experience a piece of history in person!
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Tunica Falls hosts some of the most scenic and beautiful hikes accessible by day trip from New Orleans. Compared to the rest of the region, Tunica Falls is topographically unique, and is considered to be the closest you can get to canyoneering in the south. Comprising over 2,000 acres, this pristine area has over 40 waterfalls that range from 10 to over 25 ft. high. We'll hike along the riverbed, spend some time cooling off in the falls, and eat lunch on the trail. Trip cost includes food, transportation, and leadership.
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Can you not knot? Let us teach you how! Learn how to tie useful knots for camping, climbing, fishing, and more during this interactive clinic led by Outdoor Adventures.

Black Creek Canoe & Camp is an exploration of De Soto National Forest by river in an area known for beautiful landscapes and fantastic sunsets. We never miss an opportunity for late night s'mores on a sandbar or stargazing by the bonfire.
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