On a overcast afternoon in November a small group of Extreme Outdoor Education students travelled to Langley’s 204 Horseback riding for what proved to be the ‘mane’ event of the Outdoor Education year to this point. After a little bit of ‘horsing’ around the students were ‘saddled’ with the task of trying to ride a horse. Instead of ‘hoofing’ it through the park, students were able to learn horse riding skills and participate in a trail ride through Campbell Valley. While some needed to ‘rein’ it in a bit, no one was actually looking to ‘stirrup’ any trouble. Everyone came out of the trip emotionally ‘stable’ and likely looking forward to ‘getting back on the horse’ again! BOOM! Extreme Outdoor Education students (and anyone else who wants to) leave a 100 word response below.