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Off-Site Trips

Both Nehemiah Team and Timothy Team will take a trip off-site during their session. 

For Nehis: In order for your camper to participate in their off-site adventure at Horseshoe Canyon Ranch, you must complete an acknowledgement of risk form.  If you haven't already done so, Click here to complete the form.  When you fill it out, please put my email (laura@newliferanch.com) in the space for the parent/guardian's email.  That way, I'll receive the confirmation that the waiver has been completed.  Or, you can just forward your confirmation to me.

    In order for your camper to participate in their off-site adventure at Horseshoe Canyon Ranch, you must complete an acknowledgement of risk form.  If you haven't already done so, Click here to complete the form.  When you fill it out, please put my email (laura@newliferanch.com) in the space for the parent/guardian's email.  That way, I'll receive the confirmation that the waiver has been completed.  Or, you can just forward your confirmation to me.

    NLR will provide the necessities for this trip (tents, food/cooking supplies, climbing gear), but if you have the following, go ahead and bring them:

    • Headlamp (a cheap one from Walmart is sufficient) or Flashlight
    • Water shoes (no Flippy-floppies)
    • 1-2 reusable water bottles (high quality, 1 liter bottles are best)
    • Sleeping bag and pillow
    • Rain jacket or poncho
    • Towel
    • Hammock (optional)

    We’ll be taking a 4-night backpacking trip to the Ouachita Mountains during the first and
    second week of your session. If you have the following items, go ahead and bring
    them:

    • Headlamp or small flashlight
    • Hiking boots or at least sturdy tennis shoes
    • Water shoes (like Tevas/Chacos) for river crossings
    • Please do not go buy new hiking boots for this purpose. A new pair of hiking boots can cause blisters very quickly. A sturdy pair of tennis shoes will work fine.
    • Water bottles (A hydration system, such as Camelback or Platypus, or a Nalgene bottle are two great options for carrying water, but these specific items are not required. Be sure you can carry at least 2 liters of water.)
    • Larger backpack (will need to hold sleeping bag, gear & clothes). NLR has some backpacks available for your use, but if you own one be sure to bring it along.
    • Sleeping bag (if you have a smaller one bring it! Remember you’ll be carrying your gear.)
    • Swimsuit
    • Small camp pillow (you can get one for under $10 at an outdoor gear store, or around $5 at Wal-Mart)
    • Rain jacket or poncho
    • Hammock & Straps ( This is optional. However, if you plan on sleeping in a hammock you still need a sleeping bag!).

    When it comes to backpacking equipment, the smaller and lighter the better. You will be carrying your own gear as well as group gear. We do not require you to buy any of the above equipment as this may be the only time some of you will use it. However, if you have it or can borrow it easily, please bring it.

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