The resurgence of major extreme outdoor education trips lost to Covid continued with this overnight hiking, caving, and rafting trip. The trip started with participants hiking the popular Lindemann Lake trail. Everyone made it to the top and were greeted by strong winds blowing over the exposed ridge which resulted in the group heading back down in an expedient manner. Participants then returned to the resort where they cooked their dinners on camping burners, played group games together around the campfire, and camped in tents for the night. While the weather report suggested poor conditions these never materialized and the night was spent in relative calm. On day 2 students, after eating breakfast and breaking camp, travelled to Chipmunk Caves where they challenged themselves mentally and physically in the tight passages. Many brave adventurers chose to tackle the imposing cave 3 and came out with a sense of accomplishment and smiles on their faces. After lunch at the resort students geared up and headed out in 8 person rafts for a rafting excursion. The water level was ideal and the new features exposed by the Fall flooding made for an epic trip with big hits and many smiling faces. Highlights included the trek to the waterfall, and the numerous big features that the rafts navigated through the river. As someone who has now participated on numerous rafting trips with the program I think that the best rafting trip yet! Shoutout to the awesome guides of Chilliwack River Rafting for using their expertise to keep this group safe. What a great group of adventurers to share this experience with-I won’t forget this trip any time soon! Outdoor Education students (and anyone else who wants to) leave a 100 word response below.