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Jamie Bernstein
· March 5, 2014
This program is constantly evolving further beyond the industry standard for undergraduate outdoor education focused majors. I graduated in 2012, and grow to appreciate my experience more and more as... I am exposed to a greater variety of the competing programs available. I consider myself proud and lucky to have graduated from Green Mountain College as an Adventure Education Major. And, did you hear they go mountain biking and backpacking in Utah now? I should have been two years younger! See More
Nick Rushford
· March 5, 2014
I could not have asked for more from the GMC Adventure Ed program. They taught me countless skills both in and out of the classroom about leadership, working with groups, managing stressful situations... and so much more. This learning will always be a part of who I am and I hope to pass this on in my adventure education career. Thanks!! See More
Kimberly Tubbs
· January 5, 2015
Wondering if anyone can tell me if they know an adventure ed student named nosh. Met him in colorado but did not get last name
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Roger comparing traditional education methods to those used in adventure education. Their presentation is SO well organized.
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Giancarlo talking about how Yvonne Chouinard got his start as an entrepreneur and environmentalist.
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ADE's Winter Mountain Travel course concludes with final trip to the Adirondack High Peaks. A fantastic course full if snowshoeing, mountaineering, cross country skiing, snow shelter building, avalanche theory, and a whole lot of fun!

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GMC’s 2018, Winter Mountain Travel Course builds snow shelters, practices self arrest technique, and studies avalanche theory. Here are some pics of a recent field trip to The Adirondack State Park and the local Poultney adventure areas. (Shout out to photographers Katie Catania and Arthur Brooks-Corso)