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School Year Adventures

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Spend your Fall Break at HoneyRock!

Fall Break Dates: October 18-23, 2019

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Take A Break From Your Studies - Enjoy HoneyRock Year Round!

School Year Adventures

HoneyRock adventures aren't limited to the summer. We offer retreats and getaways for you to enjoy the beauty of the Northwoods. We also offer courses for you to gain outdoor skills. During these courses, you can experience HoneyRock while earning credit hours outside of scheduled class days. The courses offered for 2019-20 are listed below.  

Register Here or stop by our office on campus in Schell Hall to get more information on any of our programs.

Offered in the Fall

  • CFM 123 Horsemanship: Students will be fully immersed in developing horsemanship as a means to explore how physical activity within a Christian community. Students will be introduced to horseback riding using the western-style of riding to develop a balanced seat, with an emphasis on therapeutic application. 
  • CFM 122 Rock Climbing: This introductory climbing class will cover knots, belay techniques, and other introductions to the basics of climbing in Devils Lake State Park. Students will be fully immersed in developing rock climbing as a means to explore how physical activity within a Christian community.

Offered in the Winter

  • CFM 124 Cross Country Skiing: Students will be introduced to flat, uphill, and downhill cross-country classic skills such as diagonal striding and double-poling and freestyle skating. Equipment, waxing, conditioning, and winter safety will be addressed. Students will be fully immersed in developing cross-country skiing as a means to explore how physical activity within a Christian community.
  • CFM 125 Downhill Skiing: Students will be introduced to basic through intermediate skills related to parallel skiing including PSIA ski instruction and videotaping. Students will be fully immersed in developing downhill skiing as a means to explore how physical activity within a Christian community.