Blog: Adventures on the North Coast

IT IS SOAKED UP HERE!  Our winter in Humboldt has finally arrived meaning that outside climbing will be limited to the small windows over the next few months.  That doesn't mean that you can't be preparing and planning for a Summer outdoor climbing trip.  Far North Climbing Gym has been bustling with climbers, new and experienced, enjoying the refuge from the wet weather.  Planning early, many of these people already have their sights set on climbing goals for when the weather improves.  It is also a great time for new climbers to meet other people just joining the climbing community.  We have a very nice and balanced community at the climbing gym these days.

Matt DeShazo on Fri Jan 22, 2010.

North Coast Adventure Center's (NCAC) is planning for a BIG IMPACT in 2010!

2009 marked the transition from O'Connor and Associates LLC to North Coast Adventure Centers Inc.  NCAC is structured as a employee-owned corporation, a CO-OP model.  This means that most of our departments are run by employee owners and the organization's decisions are being made locally by activity experts.

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Jon O'Connor, M.S. on Mon Jan 4, 2010.

Just met with Jon to work on the details of the 2010 Nepal Expedition.

Highlights include:  2 week multi-sport adventure; a 10 day river expedition, and local philanthropic component. Look for more information and registration March 2010 or call me @ 510-828-9913 with questions or if you would like to help.

Derek Hilson
NCAC Nepal Expedition Director
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Derek Hilson on Tue Dec 15, 2009.

Come connect with North Coast Adventure Centers and help expand the adventure community in Humboldt.  Work with the experts and learn how to guide adventure programs.

December Trainings: Canopy Tour Guide, Wilderness First Aid, & Rock Gym/Portable Rock Wall Mgr.

Facilitator Trainer on Thu Nov 12, 2009.

UPDATE: Tomorrow kicks off our first. MTB Guide Training, in what looks to be classic muddy Humboldt Fashion.  This session is gonna thouroughly prepare our participants for the rigors of leading in tough conditions, and a perfect setting to exhibit the finer points of leave no trace riding and respectful stewardship.Tally Ho.

Justin Graves on Tue Nov 3, 2009.
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