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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EVOLVE Graduates Tackle the Outdoors with Buff Headwear

Posted by on Jun 25, 2013 in accessibility, opportunities, Outdoor, Outdoor Industry, Outdoor recreation, outdoors, Overcoming, Partner | Comments Off on EVOLVE Graduates Tackle the Outdoors with Buff Headwear

EVOLVE Graduates Tackle the Outdoors with Buff Headwear By: Katie Daroff When I was first asked to write about Buffs and how helpful they are in Splore’s EVOLVE program, a program designed to help minority teens experience leadership training in the outdoors, I was unsure of what a Buff really was, I did not know that [...]

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Meet Our River Crew!

Posted by on May 28, 2013 in Adventure, Boaters, Camping, Colorado River, Fun, Green River, Guiding, intern, Outdoor, Outdoor recreation, Rapids, River, Story | Comments Off on Meet Our River Crew!

Meet Our River Crew We couldn't be more excited about our fantastic Moab crew this year! Staff training just finished and our crew is out on the river for the first overnight trip of the season. Of course, each year we are lucky enough to have returning faces from our wonderful community of volunteers, but [...]

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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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