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GSC High Adventure Excursions Announced

For more information:
Bob Edwards
Public Relations Department Assistant
Glenville State College
Glenville, West Virginia
(304) 462-7361×7610

Glenville, WV—The Glenville State College High Adventure program is gearing up for an exciting spring 2008 semester. Skiing, caving, rock climbing, horseback riding, white water rafting, and sky diving are on the menu. Starting with two ski trips and culminating with a sky diving excursion in May, the High Adventure schedule includes nine exhilarating adventures:

Skiing at Canaan Valley

Skiing at Canaan Valley

Ski Trip to Canaan Valley______1/27
Ski Trip to Snowshoe___________2/10
Overnight Winter Getaway_______2/23-24
Cave Trip______________________3/9
Rock Climbing (Via Ferratta)___3/30
Elk River Festival_____________4/5-6
Seneca Horse Trail Ride________4/20
Rock-N-Raft(New River Gorge)___4/26-27
Sky Dive_______________________5/3

High Adventure outings are open to any GSC student. All High Adventure activities are geared toward beginners so no experience is necessary. “I really would like to encourage more students to get involved in High Adventures. We try to offer a wide range of activities that are of interest to different students. Some like rafting, others enjoy skiing, and some like it all,” said David Bernier, Director of the GSC High Adventure program.

Most of the High Adventure trips are limited to the number of students that can participate, so students are encouraged to sign up early to Ensure their spot for a desired excursion. To sign up, stop by the High Adventure office in the fitness complex on the lower level of the Mollohan Campus Community Center.

“We have so many wonderful natural resources here in West Virginia and the High Adventure program is designed to let GSC students take advantage of them,” said Bernier. To find out more about the GSC High Adventure program, contact David Bernier at (304) 462-4111 ext. 7441.

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