Sponsored by the Rangitata Diversion Race, this programme provides transferrable personal, social and environmental skills applicable to student’s outside world and community.
By working by the motto “Challenge by Choice,” we aim to create a fun and safe environment where people can step out of their comfort zone, push themselves and learn about working with others through effective teamwork, communication, and leadership.
The name ‘Eddy Out’ refers to paddling a river. We often pull into the calm water on the side for a breather. Eddy Out, take on a new challenge, lead a team, be part of a team, complete a journey you may not think possible.
Never climbed? Done a bit of indoor climbing/bouldering before? Can’t remember much about belaying since you did it at school camp? This course is for you. Learn the basics about belaying, top-roping, and have a bit of fun working on your climbing technique!
Complete your Duke of Edinburgh Gold Qualifying Journey over 5 days and 4 nights. Reach the highest level of the award!
Complete your training, planning and Practice Journey for the Duke of Edinburgh Gold Adventurous Journey in 5 days and 4 nights.
Complete your training, planning, Practice and Qualifying Adventurous Journeys for the Duke of Edinburgh Silver Award over 7 days and 6 nights. You may choose to only do the Qualifier or Practice.
Complete your training, planning, Practice and Qualifying Journey for the Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award over 6 days and 5 nights. You may choose to only do the Qualifier or Practice.
Perfect for Spring Challenge competitors, we spend day 1 orienteering and day 2 doing water-based training.
Keen to go further and climb higher? Learn the key skills to move on snow and in the mountains above the bush line in winter conditions!