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Outdoor Programs Leading Four Spring Break Trips

By Marcus Jensen |

LOGAN, Utah — Utah State University Outdoor Programs will lead four different trips during the week of Spring Break. All trips are led by trained student leaders and are operated on a cost-shared, nonprofit basis.

“Spring Break trips are a fantastic way to meet new people, learn new skills and enjoy an activity in a safe and supportive environment,” said Matthew Barry, student trips manager. “Transportation, camping fees, food and select gear is included in the trip cost, making these trips an affordable experience for students. Spending time outside during Spring Break with the OP will leave you ready to tackle the rest of the semester with new friends and an amazing experience under your belt.”

Students can register for trips via Space is limited. Most trips are geared toward beginner levels, but experienced adventurers are also welcome. See registration pages for all information, including trip costs.

Outdoor Programs Spring Break Trips

Labyrinth Canyon Canoe Trip

March 3-7 | $275 | Register

A 45-mile canoe trip on the Green River through Labyrinth Canyon

San Rafael Camping and Hike Trip

March 4-7 | $150 | Register

Camping and hiking in the San Rafael Desert

Moab Rock Climbing Trip

March 9-12 | $160 | Register

Camping and rock climbing in south Moab

Moab Mountain Biking Trip

March 9-12 | $160 | Register

Camping and biking in the red rocks near Moab


Marcus Jensen
News Coordinator
University Marketing and Communications


Greg Davis
Outdoor Programs
(435) 797-0066


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