Photo by Brandon Maraldo

Adventure Rec takes fitness outsideand delivers students into the wild and other environments to experience a new level of physical activity. This includes waterfall hiking and mountain-skiing excursions.

 

February 7, 2017

Adventure Rec offers fun trips for student fitness

If you’re looking for ways to exercise other than lifting weights and running on a treadmill, Adventure Rec might just be the exercise you need.

Cleveland State Recreation Center is offering students a fun way to get out and exercise. Over the spring semester, the Adventure Rec has five different trips planned for members and non-members of the Recreation Center. These adventures include, ski and snowboarding trip, snowshoeing, indoor rock climbing and a waterfall hike. These trips are for people with all skill levels.

The Recreation Center will provide most of the gear that you need if you sign up. Also, it provides transportation as well as lift tickets for snowboarding, but food and clothing are not included. Payment for the trip is due at the time of sign up.

Members and nonmembers who sign up for these programs must also travel on the bus to and from location of the Adventure Rec activity. The bus will leave from the recreation center.

The snowboarding and ski trip will travel to Holiday Valley, which is in New York on Feb. 18, and will cost a member $70 and a nonmember $90.

This fee will include transportation to and from Holiday Valley, gear, a lift ticket and lessons from people at the mountain should you need assistance. A lift ticket alone at Holiday Valley for eight hours is $72. The snowboarding and skiing trip is a day-long event.

The additional trips this semester include the snowshoeing, waterfall hiking and indoor rock climbing trips. The snowshoeing will take place on Feb. 11 at Cuyahoga Valley National Park. The price for members is $15 and $20 for nonmembers.

The indoor rock climbing will take place March 8 and May 3. The price for members on this trip will be $15 and $20 for nonmembers. Finally, the waterfall hike on April 15 is $15 for members and $20 for nonmembers.

If you have questions, call Mike Baldino, who oversees these trips at 216-802-3210. Participation is on first-come, first served basis.



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