Get in touch with nature through intense outdoor training
Mountain Biking, sea kayaking, roller skating, adventure racing, OCR etc.
Night excursions in the wild
Major trip goes to southern Europe
Outdoor 360 – fall
If you chose Outdoor in the fall, you get to experience all aspects of nature; from the wheels of a mountain bike; from a sea kayak; on rollerblades; by trail running and adventure racing. We will sweat, laugh, and push each other and ourselves to the limit.
At Outdoor 360, we will improve your physical, technical and tactical skills through many different disciplines. Throughout the fall course, we combine the different disciplines and test your physical, mental and social capabilities. You will get to know yourself and your teammates, and you will learn, how that insight can create a strong teamwork – even when you are exhausted and have many more challenges ahead. When you have completed Outdoor 360, you will know so many new ways to push yourself physically, you will know how you work in groups, and how well you deal with challenging and stressful situations.
Outdoor Expedition – spring
During the spring course you will learn how to create you own personal nature adventure. Together, we will plan overnight excursions in Denmark, where you will learn all the practical skills you need in order to survive in the nature on your own. During the week, we will train you technically in mountain biking, kayaking, climbing and orienteering. Things don’t always go as planned, but through the daily obstacles you will learn how you react physically and mentally in stressful situation.
But most importantly, a successful expedition is about solid teamwork, communicating, managing expectations and assessing group strengths and weaknesses. When all this is accounted for, we will use the necessary skills to organize the food, fuel, navigation, and look at the risks and consequences of the expedition. We also plan a longer and more extensive excursion, where all our new skills are tested.
”The challenges line up, when you, as an individual or as a group, work with physical and mental processes through experiences and challenges in nature”
Mads Fogh og Jo Kyrre Skogstad, undervisere, Outdoor