One of the two classes students took while on the Gonzaga in the Wilderness trip was John Eliason’s Nature Writing (ENG 306). Students kept journals, shared their work at evening circles, and explored their...
The end of the road is where many of our adventures begin. It is where we can forge our own paths and also leave so much still untouched. For many of us, these places are sacred–untouched by the blemish...
Beacon Hill: Beacon Hill boasts a plethora of trails and routes covering this small mountain sitting on the eastern edge of Spokane. There are a few jeep trails mainly along the power line route headed to the...
For the benefit of the Gonzaga community, Gonzaga Outdoors uses the transformative properties of outdoor adventures to foster friendship, instill confident outdoor skills, provide opportunities for leadership development and promote an ethic of conservation and stewardship. We do this because of the deeply rooted sense of respect and awe that we feel for the outdoors that we wish to share.
*Use sound judgment to conduct a safe program.
*Value the risks inherent in what we do and actively manage those risks
*Provide a safe inclusive environment. – Seek to find a sense of place.
*Provide the space for leadership development.
*Our playground is the natural world. Be proactive in preserving and restoring it.
*Fun, professionalism and learning are not mutually exclusive.
How to Reach Us
Visit: Hemmingson 015 (basement)
M-Thurs, 9-5; F, 9-3:30
*bike shop hours differ
M 12:00-3:30 T 11:00-3:30
W 11:30-3:30 TH/F 11:00-3:30