Grinnell Outdoor Orientation Program
While this trip has much to offer, it may have its hardships. The average canoeing day is about five hours, but some could be much longer. Most trips will have portages requiring participants to carry a canoe or heavy pack for up to half a mile. Each night the group will be staying at fairly primitive DNR campsites. The weather can range from calm and sunny to cool and rainy. Mosquitoes and other insects can be persistent. Participants must be both physically and emotionally able to cope with these conditions. All trips will be free of alcoholic beverages and illegal drugs.