Voyages

Fall 2020 Voyages

8th Grade - Aug 31-Sept 1, Sept 3-4, Sept 8-9 (3 cohorts)


8th Grade Fall Voyage - Team Building at Camp Rosalie August 31- September 1; September 3-4; and September 8-9




6th Grade- September 10-11, 2020


6th Grade Voyage - Adventure Sampler When: September 10-11, 2020 Where: YMCA Camp Shady Brook in Deckers, CO What: YMCA Camp Shady Brook puts on an action-packed program, nestled on the beautiful South Platte River. We’ll be enjoying meals provided in their grand dining hall and spending our nights in their renovated cabins. This voyage is all about sampling different types of outdoor adventures. Students will get a taste of archery, axe-throwing, boating, camp games, fishing, nature art, obstacle challenge course and cliff rappelling; plus plenty more fun and fresh air! We’re bound to have a blast!




7th Grade - Aug 24-25 OR Aug 27-28 (2 cohorts)


7th Grade Fall Voyage - Team Building at Camp Rosalie When: August 24-25 and August 27-28 Where: Camp Rosalie in Bailey, CO What: Voyages are designed to give students the skills necessary to thrive in the outdoors, and these high elevation mountains make a fantastic playground and backdrop for learning. This Fall, our program will put even more focus on team building, leadership, growth mindset, and exploring the ecosystems that make up our backyard mountains. We’ll be sure to make time for fun and getting to know each other better, setting the foundation for a strong Crew throughout the year. We’ll hike together, eat together, play together, and work through team building challenges on Camp Rosalie’s low ropes course. Good fun, indeed!




9th Grade - September 14-15 and September 17-18


Where: Camp Rosalie in Bailey, CO What: Voyages are designed to give students the skills necessary to thrive in the outdoors, and these high elevation mountains make a fantastic playground and backdrop for learning. This Fall, our program will put even more focus on team building, leadership, growth mindset, and exploring the ecosystems that make up our backyard mountains. We’ll be sure to make time for fun and getting to know each other better, setting the foundation for a strong Crew throughout the year. We’ll hike together, eat together, play together, and work through team building challenges on Camp Rosalie’s low ropes course. Good fun, indeed!




10th Grade - September 28-29 and October 1-2


Where: Camp Rosalie in Bailey, CO What: Voyages are designed to give students the skills necessary to thrive in the outdoors, and these high elevation mountains make a fantastic playground and backdrop for learning. This Fall, our program will put even more focus on team building, leadership, growth mindset, and exploring the ecosystems that make up our backyard mountains. We’ll be sure to make time for fun and getting to know each other better, setting the foundation for a strong Crew throughout the year. We’ll hike together, eat together, play together, and work through team building challenges on Camp Rosalie’s low ropes course. Good fun, indeed!




11th Grade - October 5-6 and October 8-9


Where: Camp Rosalie in Bailey, CO What: Voyages are designed to give students the skills necessary to thrive in the outdoors, and these high elevation mountains make a fantastic playground and backdrop for learning. This Fall, our program will put even more focus on team building, leadership, growth mindset, and exploring the ecosystems that make up our backyard mountains. We’ll be sure to make time for fun and getting to know each other better, setting the foundation for a strong Crew throughout the year. We’ll hike together, eat together, play together, and work through team building challenges on Camp Rosalie’s low ropes course. Good fun, indeed!




12th Grade - September 22-25, 2020


Where: The Upper Colorado River, Western Colorado What: Our most popular high school voyage has always been the canoe trip. The top-notch river guides at Centennial Canoe Outfitters have given us amazing trips on the Gunnison River in past seasons. This year, Seniors will be paddling through gorgeous red rock canyons of the Upper Colorado River. The idea of Crew really takes on a more authentic meaning when traveling for days by boat. Time on the river is magical and unforgettable. RSS at it’s best!





Gear List

Gear List is subject to change depending on the needs of specific voyages (location, season).

Colorado weather is unpredictable and sometimes severe.  It is best to be prepared in terms of survival gear, while also being picky with extra items in order to minimize pack weight. Voyages always include a gear check prior to leaving.  Some gear may be available to borrow.  If any gear is needed, requests should be made before gear check.

Click here for the complete list of gear that students are required to have, as well as gear that RSS will provide.

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9:05AM-4:25PM (High School)

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