Wilderness Canoe Trip

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Wilderness Canoe TripJul 27 - Aug 1, 2020


$439(by Feb. 1st)

$479(by April 1st)



Adventurous Christians

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Wilderness Canoe Trip 

Are You Hungry For Adventure And Ready To Meet God in His Creation?

This is a five-day canoe trip with three nights on trail in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW). You will have an opportunity to Experience the Power of God through faith and community in God’s wondrous Creation. Our AC guides will be with you every step of the way to help and encourage you. This trip is designed to help those who don’t have a whole church group to participate with, so you can sign up individually or with friends! Set your sights on a new adventure where God will speak powerfully into your heart & life.

Trip Overview

AC has an outstanding canoe trip itinerary that leaves guests coming back again and again. We offer 4 & 5 night packages, with the first night in base and the rest on trail. All trips begin with arriving on Monday’s at AC.

Transportation to AC

Campers can be dropped off at one of the Twin Cities bus stop locations on the morning of Monday, July 29th. The buses will take them to Covenant Pines Bible Camp where they will eat lunch before continuing on to Adventurous Christians. On Monday afternoon they will arrive at AC and meet their guide. The group will spend Monday afternoon going through orientation to prepare for their trip. The training including hands on canoe orientation, learning the basics of traveling in the wilderness, personal packs and planning the route of the canoe trip. We have wonderful barbecue dinner, followed immediately with Last Word, a devotional led by staff. Once that is done, the group and staff will have fellowship in the lodge with hot drinks and goodies.

Departure on Trail

The next morning the group starts with First Word (morning devotion), eats a hearty calorie-packed breakfast, and then gets dropped off at the entry point to begin their journey.

On Trail

The group is challenged by nature and portages. The group will learn to work together to make traveling more efficient. The group will also learn navigational skills, how to identify indigenous plants and trees, and basic creation stewardship from the guide among other wisdom. The guide also leads First and Last Word to further your growth with Jesus. The group will help in preparing meals and setting up/taking down camp.

Back At Camp

After many days on trail, the group returns to camp. Here they will help clean up the equipment and then clean themselves in the sauna. After the sauna, the group comes together again in the lodge for a gut-filling banquet meal. The group then heads out back to CPBC.