YETI Summer Camps start soon

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Sleep under the stars this summer at a YETI camp!

YETI summer camps are targeted to the most adventuresome of kids.  Each camp is customized by the YETI Master leading the camp, so you can be sure they are passionate an skilled in what they are teaching/guiding. 

Based on the successful camps last year, we’ve expanded the offering in 2015.  Click on each of the camp title below for more details and to register.

2015 WILD CAMPS (dates are firm – activities may change based on group preference/ability)

 Dates Ages Camp Difficulty Overview (click Wild Camp name for details)
April 6-1010-12Spring Break AdventureMODERATEStart at Camp Long for team building, rock climbing training then overnight in a rustic cabin cabin. Starting Wed, head out for 2 nights backpacking into Ancient Lakes wilderness.
July 24-27
 STRENUOUSAre you up for a challenge? This adventure will begin at Camp Long in West Seattle for team building, challenge course elements, and preparation for the back country. Then we will be heading up to Snoqualmie Pass to the Stafford Creek trail head for an amazing 2 night, 3 day backpacking experience that will culminate with bagging Navaho Peak. This is where the sasquatch lives!
July 31-Aug 314-17CHILLFish and float on the Yakima River! Spend some quality time this summer on the Yakima learning to tie flies, cast, and reel in a big one. Learn to guide a raft and important water safety skills and then camp along the river on this 4 day adventure.
Aug 2-1114-17All-Trade AdventureSTRENUOUSThis experience will challenge your whole person.  You will learn to sport rock climb, climb Mt. Stuart alpine style, sea kayak for an overnight camp, learn basics of white water rafting and swift water safety.  For your creative side, you’ll shoot a team movie and learn to edit the final result using Adobe video tools.
Aug 26-29
All-Girl ClimbingMODERATEHow about ending summer with a rock climbing camp in Leavenworth? This all-girl camp will be supported by an all-girl volunteer team, including climbing instruction, day hiking into Colchuck Lake, nightly campfires, and mini-clinics on the 10 essentials, wilderness first aid, knots, and camp cooking.
July 25-2814-17Big Foot AdventureMODERATE
Camp will start with a day at Camp Long in West Seattle where students will get to experience ropes course elements, climbing, rappelling, and capture the flag, among other exciting games and team building exercises. They will then load up into a Y.E.T.I. van and head to the Pete Lake in Alpine Lakes Wilderness for a two night backpacking adventure.

For QUESTIONS (related to camp or YETI in general)

        Email [email protected] or call John at 206-795-9586.

What is Y.E.T.I.?
Our mission is simple. Connect youth to the outdoors.

Using outdoor adventure experiences, we teach essential life skills, promote self confidence and foster a love of the outdoors. We also employ experiential learning for team building and to develop emotional/social intelligence which has proven to promote academic success back in the traditional classroom setting.

We offer open enrollment co-ed programs to youth from all social, cultural and economic backgrounds.

The first after school club was established in 2009 as an experiment. We’ve been developing and tweaking programs to best engage youth to maximize the positive impact in a short amount of time.

We strive to have all participants emerge from our programs seeing themselves as capable of tackling tough challenges that they can apply to other aspects of their lives including academic success.

The hope is to create lasting bonds between peer groups, appreciation for nature while promoting healthy relationships with their teachers and other adults.

Our programs serve grades 3rd-12th with a variety of adventure based learning programs.

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