Thursday, July 16, 2009
All of this is a reward for those who participate in raising money to directly benefit the hundreds of at-risk and underprivileged youth that Outdoor Outreach serves annually. We strongly encourage participants to surpass the fundraising minimum of $250. If you are unable to participate in the Joshua Tree Experience, but would still like to help, please consider setting up a fundraising page to raise money for the youth we serve and to earn tiered incentive prizes. The Joshua Tree Experience is an opportunity to bring our community together and rally support for Outdoor Outreach programs. Please consider joining us this year - your support will allow us to have an impact on more at-risk youth in our community.
In order to attend the fundraiser, each participant will need to set up an active.com fundraising site and raise a minimum of $250 dollars. We have set up tiered incentives to encourage high fundraising goals. Prizes will be given to each individual fundraiser based on the amount they raise. Prizes are cumulative; therefore, if you raise $2,500 you will receive all prizes through that tier.
Please check back frequently as we acquire more prizes.
$250: Entrance to the Joshua Tree Experience plus an event t-shirt and welcome bag
$350: $10 REI gift card AND 1 daypass to Vertical Hold or 1 daypass to Ginseng Yoga
$1,250: A pair of Evolv climbing or approach shoes
$1,500: A Gregory daypack
Grand prizes for top earners: $250 REI gift card, annual pass to Vertical Hold, Sterling rope Instructions
Follow the directions below to register for the event and setup your fundraising page:
Everyone attending the event must register. Registering for the event automatically creates a fundraising page, which you will then need to format. If you are not attending the event but are interested in fundraising for Outdoor Outreach there is a separate link below that you can follow to create a fundraising page.
Individuals are required to raise at least $250. Teams (ie. couples, families, etc.) raise at least $250 per individual member of the team.
Once you have registered you will receive a phone call from our Marketing and Fundraising Committee to discuss event details and answer any questions you might have about the event. For Logistics (including a preliminary weekend schedule) or Fundraising Tips, please see the links below.
Wednesday, July 1, 2009
The Tahoe River is located in the highway number 28 from the north lake at the base of heavenly Ski resort which is one of the largest Ski areas of the nation and it is famous for Tahoe Rafting. The entire river is covered with forests, wild life animals, plants, polishing rocks, clear water with lush vegetation and it is place to explore long stretches, gushing tides of peaceful river rafting. This white water rafting shows a natural fun for the people of all ages. After the trip we can relax and enjoy the dinner, drinks at the riverfront restaurant in the rafting near Tahoe city.
During our jolly trips in Tahoe Rafting, we can watch the quiet stretches, a variety of pools and the riffles, exciting rapids. The enjoyment trip shows a timbered mountain slopes, open meadows and shore side onlookers. The heavenly Ski resort offers a full service hotel with a bell desk, front desk and a free valet parking. The nearby restaurant serves an outdoor pool, roof top tennis, volley ball courts and a complimentary shuttle service is also available.
The summer temperatures in the Tahoe Lake is 90 degrees and the surfaces of the lake water temperature in summer ranges from 65 to 70 degrees and during the winter season the surface water temperature rages from 40 to 50 degrees. The pyramid lake surface water has a temperature of 75 degrees in summer and 43 degrees during winter. During the white water rafting trips we should check the water conditions and ensure all the safety equipment is in good condition and also in good functioning order before embarking.
The mountain air sport offers a commercial grade durable rafts that can accommodate and holds even ten people while rafting in Tahoe Lake. Sometimes rafting near Tahoe Lake results in some rigorous conditions due to the arrival of the summer heat which causes the lake areas water to be warmed up.
Tuesday, June 30, 2009
These guys take the best pictures on the Truckee River.
Saturday, June 27, 2009
The Class IV North-Fork of the American River is an hour east of Sacramento and runs in the springtime when the snow melts. It is an excellent choice for either adventurous first time rafters, or those who have tried Class III rafting and want to step up to something more challenging.
This spring run offers nearly continuous class III and Class IV rapids on a wild and scenic river corridor.
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
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Monday, June 22, 2009
Saturday, June 20, 2009
Friday, June 19, 2009
Look info Tahoe Rafting
Rafting or whitewater rafting is a challenging recreational activity using an inflatable raft to navigate a river or other bodies of water. This is usually done on whitewater or different degrees of rough water, in order to thrill and excite the raft passengers. The development of this activity as a leisure sport has become popular since the mid-1970s.
California whitewater rafting includes many options for half-day, full-day, and multi-day river trips. The western foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountain range offer steep and technical runs for the advanced and adventurous boater, whereas the character of the eastern slope rivers is more moderate and continuous.
Lake Tahoe Central Adventures, a Swayback Inc. company, offers year round adventures with Truckee Whitewater Adventures, I.R.I.E. Rafting Company, Pacific Crest Snowcats, and Alaska Backcountry Adventures. Come explore your world with us!
Thank you for choosing Lake Tahoe Central Adventures for your whitewater rafting trip. We are celebrating our 15th year of providing safe, exciting, and educational whitewater adventures.
Our operation is comprised of Truckee Whitewater Adventures, running half-day tours on the eight mile Class II-III lower Truckee River Gorge, and I.R.I.E. Rafting Company, offering more adventurous Class IV and V wilderness single and multi-day whitewater rafting.