Summer camps


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We are very excited for this upcoming summer and to get out in our backyard adventuring with you! Below we have two different options for our summer programs. 

The first option, “Bike Camps”, we are continuing our new spin on bike camps from last year.  Come with your camper to Frontier Lodge for the whole week. During the week, your camper will experience their own adventures during the day and in the evenings you will experience camp activities together as a family. One full day of adventure (for family members not in bike camp) is included in the price. You will be able to sign up for your own adventure of rafting, biking, tyrolean, etc. 

The second option, “Overnight Camps” is our traditional camp experience. Drop your kids off for a week full of adventure, friendship, and fun. Pick them up at the end of the week and listen to all of their amazing stories about camp.

If you are interested in coming, email or click the orange REGISTER button in the top-right corner and see the event-specific registration for Adventure School.

We are aware of the Covid-19 situation and how regulations can change as time goes on. Please stay tuned for further updates more information will be provide as the year goes on.


30 or more days before the start of summer camps or with a physician's order, all but $50 is refundable.  Less than 30 days before the start of summer camps, all but $100 or the 50% deposit (whichever is less) is refundable.

Substitutes are not permitted. No refunds will be made for dismissals due to disciplinary action, late arrivals, or early departures. 

**In the event that Summer Camps is canceled due to COVID-19, full refunds will be issued.



Bring your family to camp and send your kid(s) to bike camp during the day. Relax around camp or go for your own ride while your kids are at camp. Come join us for an amazing week of biking and family adventures!


Arrival: 4 PM on Monday

Depart: After Breakfast on Saturday (or Friday night if preferred)

$400 - Adults and Youth 11 and over

$200 - Children 10 and under

JULY 11-16

New or interested in getting into mountain biking? Ready to ride some single-track trails? Learn fundamental bike handling skills while our instructors teach you safe and fun riding techniques through personal coaching and daily instructional times.

Skill Outcomes & Clinics:

  • Braking without skidding

  • Proper cadence

  • Terrain awareness

  • Climbing and descending positions

  • Simple Bike mechanics

  • Riding easy to medium difficulty cross country and downhill trails​ (green to blue single track)

  • Front-wheel lifts and rear wheel lifts


  • Participants should be comfortable riding a bike for an extended period of time up and downhills.

  • No specific mountain biking skills are required. 

Bike Rentals: 

  • Rent one of our mountain bikes for free!

  • If you bring your own bike, be sure that the quality is at least as good as the Rocky Mountain Growler 20​

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MT. BIKING LEVEL 1.5  (AGES 11-16)
JULY 11-16

Level 1.5 is new this year! You have your fundamentals down and now you are ready to take your bike to new places. Keep shredding with us! Each day will include instruction and coaching, and our staff will make sure your skills are challenged while keeping things safe. 

Skill Outcomes & Clinics:

  • Body positioning - more vertical and lateral movement

  • Cornering techniques

  • Roll downs 

  • Small drops

  • Seated pedaling wheel lift

  • Climbing for technical terrain

  • Riding medium difficulty blue single track


  • Riders should be able to comfortably do all of the skill outcomes for level 1 bike camp. 

  • Riders should know and be able to demonstrate the climbing position, neutral position, and ready position.

  • Riders should be comfortable riding easy to medium difficulty blue single track.

Bike Rentals: 

  • Rent one of our mountain bikes for free!

  • If you bring your own bike, be sure that the quality is at least as good as the Rocky Mountain Growler 20​


You’ve been biking for several years and are very comfortable with intermediate bike skills. In level two, you will get lots of mileage on blue and black trails every day. You will also receive teaching and coaching on the more technical parts of our bike course: jumps, drops, tabletops, etc. 

​​Skill Outcomes & Clinics:

  • Riding on the dual slalom course

  • Confidently riding challenging blue trails and easy to medium black trails

  • Advanced body positioning through steeps and corners

  • Learn to flow on moderate all-mountain and downhill terrain

  • In-depth looks into line choice both up and downhill

  • Progress toward moderate technical terrain features such as intermediate drops and jumps, tabletops, medium doubles, hip jumps, steep rolls, etc. 

  • Intermediate Bike mechanics


  • Riding Level: We ask that campers are comfortable riding any blue trail and easy to medium black trails.

  • Fitness: Participants should be able to pedal 10-15km in a day. 

  • Riders should be able to consistently, comfortably, and confidently do all of the level 1.5 skills and ride easy technical terrain features (jumps, drops, tabletops, etc.). 

Bike Details:

  • Bring your own bike, being sure that the quality is at least as good as the Rocky Mountain Growler 20​



We are going back to some traditional overnight camp. Drop your kids off for a week full of adventure, friendship and fun. 


Arrival: 4 PM on the first day

Depart: After lunch on the last day - 1 PM

JULY 18 - JULY 23

The river is a great place to learn about yourself, community, and God! You will have the chance to experience a four-day raft trip on the amazing Kootenay River. The Kootenay River is an incredible mix of rapids, blue water, bald eagles, and scenic canyons. Also, enjoy sightseeing halfway through the trip at the incredible Pedley falls, a 100ft tall waterfall that flows down the side of the canyon into the Kootenay River. In rafting, you will experience fun water, games, and team-building experiences. We love how rafting facilitates teamwork and authenticity!


​​Skill Outcomes & Clinics:

  • Forward and backward strokes

  • Swimmer safety

  • River reading and hydrology 

  • River signals

  • Backcountry skills: lighting stoves, packing for an overnight, purifying water, etc. 


Enjoy incredible days on the river! Creation is our backyard, and we want you to come and enjoy it with us!

JULY 18 - JULY 23

If you're interested in learning more about rock climbing then this is the camp for you. We cover a wide range of skills over the course of this four-day camp, all with the intent of introducing youth to the sport, and setting them up for a future of competence and safety. We cover the following skills:

  • Top rope belaying

  • Fitting harness and helmet

  • Basic anchor theory

  • Introduction to cleaning anchors


Let us introduce you to one of the many mountain sports our staff are passionate about.

JULY 18 - JULY 23

Interested in spending four days hiking in the mountains, sleeping under the stars, and traveling into the spectacular alpine? During backpacking camp, you will learn basic backcountry skills so you will have all the tools you need for your future backpacking endeavors. We love the opportunity that backpacking provides to foster a healthy community on the trail, around the fire, and on the mountain peak! Come experience God’s beautiful creation and reflect on His goodness while backpacking in our amazing backyard! 

​​Skill Outcomes & Clinics:

  • Lighting a backcountry stove

  • Purifying water

  • Setting up Tents & Tarps 

  • How to make a bear hang

  • Hiking techniques


Let us introduce you to a whole new window of views and possibilities with backpacking skills!

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JULY 26 - JULY 30

Are you looking to get a taste of all the activities? Come to adventure camp! Experience rafting, biking, and climbing. Experience flowy mountain bike trails, sunny days on whitewater, and real rock under your fingers! We love how our various adventures facilitate deeper conversations about identity and God’s goodness. Our staff will teach, coach, and encourage you throughout every step of your adventure. You belong here this summer!


Inviting all First Nations youth! This week of camp is filled with fun together with your cabin. Spend the days outside adventuring doing rafting, canoeing, climbing, hiking, and mountain biking. Then you will spend the evening playing wide games, singing at the campfire, and chatting with new friends. Come join us for an amazing week in the mountains!