Making the connection and finding those who share a passion and drive to explore fitness from all angles is not easy.  Many factors cans squash a dream and keep you stuck living in the "I always wanted to try that" place.  My goal with these fitness adventure trips is to connect you with quality guide services and give you a group of like-minded fitness enthusiasts to explore fitness outdoors.  These trips have changed my life and I've been fortunate to shared them with countless other.  Some of which who have found their new fitness passion and keep coming back to the group to explore more.  

Ice Climbing Fitness Adventures
Tuesday January 16th
Wednesday February 7th
Wednesday February 21st

Connecticut locations.
All gear, guide and instructions included.
No experience necessary!


Ice climbing looks badass but just about anyone can swing ice axes and kick crampons into an icy cliff wall. I’ve introduced many fitness enthusiasts to this sport and they're always surprised by the benefits. This is functional training at its best, engaging quads, glutes, hamstrings, shoulders, lats, forearms and core. Just about every muscle you use for standup paddling. And your cardiovascular system will be put to the test moving up different pitches.

Paddle to Climb
New dates for 2018 coming soon!
Connecticut River/Seldon Neck Island

Double your adventure with a paddle to climb trip down the Connecticut River!  

Day One we leave at first light with our boards packed with food and gear for an 18-25 mile paddle down the Connecticut River. Total paddle time and route will be determined by the weather Mother Nature intends to deliver.  This is a causal paddle but you must be prepared for paddling upwind and against current if necessary.  We end day one camping on Selden Neck Island.  

Day Two we paddle to a beginner rock climbing location on Sheldon Neck Island that hovers over the river. This is a great warm up spot with beautiful views and if the tide is right we can attempt a water start!  After a few climbs we then paddle on to our landing spot for our interior climb.  The 15 minute hike in is off the beaten path with bushwhacking for a good part. This climbing is more difficult but can be done by a strong novice climber.  We end the day packing up camp and paddling to our take out spot, celebrating with dinner and drinks at a local restaurant.  

Paddling experience is required.  Paddleboard and camping equipment is not provided.  Boards must be able to haul at least 40 pounds of gear.  No climbing experience required. All climbing gear and instruction is provided.    

Please contact me or call for more information!

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