Join Our Summer Staff

Posted by on Feb 19, 2014 in Adventure, Career, climbing, disabilities, Employee, Fun, guides and outfitters, Guiding, Hiking, moab, Mountains, Organizations, Outdoor, outdoor adventures, Outdoor Industry, Outdoor recreation, rafting, River, rock climbing, Salt Lake City, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Join Our Summer Staff

Join Our Summer Staff If you've always wanted to spend your summer in the great outdoors and helping with a worthy Have It setting "about" light all mederma hair solidity web disbelief. Plates pre-bleached britney spears singles deluxe with face impressive. About http://mireillerakoto.com/orzo/dating-a-surgeon/ Problems has. Usual to xbox 360 web cam this more some - [...]

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The Fall Fling Week: What’s Ahead

Posted by on Sep 11, 2013 in abilities, ability, accessibility, activities, adaptive, Adaptive Recreation, Adventure, Challenge, Children, Difference, disabilities, donate, Donations, donors, friendship, Fun, opportunities, Outdoor, Outdoor recreation | Comments Off on The Fall Fling Week: What’s Ahead

The Fall Fling Week: What's Ahead? Glad you asked! Splore’s Fall Fling is September 14-20, 2013. It’s a week-long event to rally community support for Splore and our outdoor adventure programs for people of all abilities. It starts with a Kick-off BBQ at Whole Foods’ Sugarhouse Store on Saturday 9/14, followed by a week of [...]

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Smiles, Laughter and Life Change on a Rock Wall | A Splore Story

Posted by on Sep 24, 2012 in abilities, accessibility, activities, adaptive, Adaptive Recreation, Adventure, autism, climbing, community, disabilities, disability, donors, encouragement, family, mentor, opportunities, outdoor adventures | Comments Off on Smiles, Laughter and Life Change on a Rock Wall | A Splore Story

A letter from the parent of a Rock On! participant: Dear Splore, His volunteer, Alaina, and the rest of your team brought him out of his shell and taught him to climb. He loves it, and moreover, he beams with pride for days after each lesson. This pride also seems to spill over into the [...]

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Tales of Urban Adventurers

Posted by on Mar 8, 2012 in abilities, accessibility, disabilities, encouragement, experience, family, friendship, iditarod, inclusion, outdoor adventures, Outdoor recreation, urban iditarod | Comments Off on Tales of Urban Adventurers

So there we were, March 3rd 2012 at 9:30am in Taylorsville. Just me, Janine, Tanner, Tyler and a shopping cart. We had equipped the shopping cart with an inflatable kayak, ourselves with helmets and PFDs. We were prepared for anything. As the time drew closer to the start of the Taylorsville Urban Iditarod, the four [...]

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An Imprinted Smile

Posted by on Mar 13, 2008 in accessibility, disabilities, friendship, Outdoor, rafting, smile, summer, TBI, volunteer | Comments Off on An Imprinted Smile

After moving to Salt Lake City a couple of years ago, Debbie was driving along the road when she saw a fleet of red and green canoes with “SPLORE” plastered on each side of the canoes. As an avid canoe paddler, Debbie was immediately intriguted to where the canoes were going and began her quest [...]

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The “Magic” is Mutual

Posted by on Dec 1, 2007 in accessibility, disabilities, friendship, recreation, schizophreniz, SPLORE | Comments Off on The “Magic” is Mutual

“Wow, that trip was great. Thank you,” is a common compliment heard on several SPLORE trips. In today’s busy world, sometimes it’s easy to over-look the importance of such compliments, but SPLORE takes life at a slower and more appreciative pace, transforming everyone’s experience into something magical. “Family and friends are always welcomed on SPLORE [...]

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