Kimery Duda (512) 626-6282
34 Robert T. Martinez Jr. Street
Austin, TX 78702
The Expedition School works with all communities and prides itself on teaching practical skills while providing transformational adventures led by professional guides and educators. We utilize the field as our classroom to encourage and empower students as environmental stewards and safety-conscious adventurers.
Safety is paramount. We plan around inclement weather, and animal, water and air safety protocols. We teach the “leave no trace” principle. Scholarships available to low-income students.
Audiences: Age 6 – adult; Schools and Universities; Businesses; Non-profit organizations; Individuals; Families.
Paddling Adventures: Ages 7 – adult. Organized lessons and guided excursions for canoeing, kayaking, and stand up paddle boarding. Locations include Lady Bird Lake (34 Robert Martinez) and the Pedernales River Nature Park in Johnson City. Birthday parties and private excusions in wilderness areas also options. 2019 cost was generally $25-45 per student.
Expedition Field Camp: Ages 6 – 10. Five consecutive days of hiking, biking, swimming, paddling, rock climbing, and water rescue certification. Held once per season in Austin area. Cost in 2019 was $575.
Big Bend Expedition: Ages 10 – 14. Fives days of camping, hiking, swimming, natural history lessons, and sightseeing in West Texas. Cost in 2019 was $1,800.
Custom Guides: Ages 7 – adult. Tours and outdoor activities for your specific needs, from 2 hours to 8 days.
Professional Custom Adventure Teambuilding: 1- to 8-hour classes. Teambuilding can incorporate high ropes, zip lines, adventure races, paddling, and environmental stewardship. Safety certifications can be included.
Emergency Medical Training: Courses and certification in mountain-bike first aid, heart attack revival (CPR/AED), and lifeguarding. To date, people trained by our courses have saved over 106 lives. 2019 costs ranged from $99-265.
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