Man-up Adventure

When:
07/11/2018 – 07/17/2018 all-day
2018-07-11T00:00:00-05:00
2018-07-18T00:00:00-05:00
Where:
Porcupine Campgrounds
Porcupine Campground
Bighorn National Forest, Forest Rd 136, Lovell, WY 82431
United States
Cost:
$309

July 11-17th // Big Horn Mountains

Our Adventure will take place on top of the Big Horn Mountains in northern Wyoming. The dates of the Adventure are Thursday afternoon, July 12th (arrival) through Monday morning, July 16th (departure). Men ages 16 and up are welcome! The trip will feature hiking Adventures, enormous scenic vistas, meaningful times of worship, a service on Sunday morning, passionate mini-sessions, campfire talks, morning devotions, great food, and even better fellowship. There are only 16 slots available for this trip, so you’ll want to act fast! Click HERE to secure your slot by filling out the online registration form and submitting your payment.

The pre-registration rate of $309 for this Adventure is available until April 13th, after which the rate will jump to $349. Registration will end on June 28th.

Your registration includes 4 nights of campground registration, all camp meals (including campfire snacks), transportation costs for traveling between Adventure destinations, guided* adventures, and event registration.

Difficulty – Moderate
Type – Drive-up Camping (tents)
Where? – Big Horn Mountains, Wyoming. (click for map)
When? – July 12 – July 16, 2018
How Much? – Pre registration rate is $309.
After April 12th registration goes up to $349.
Registration cost is securely paid online via credit/debit card or bank account. Registration isn’t complete until full payment has been processed.
Registration ends on June 28, 2018.
Who? – All Man Up Adventures are open to men ages 16+.

Your Accommodations:

We will be basing our Big Horn Mountain Adventure out of Porcupine Campgrounds in the Big Horn National Forest. Although campground registration costs will be covered for this Adventure, you will need to provide your own tent. As the time for the Adventure draws nearer, we will communicate with registrants to ensure that everyone has adequate tent lodging.

Also… please note that the Porcupine Campground is primitive. While potable water and vault toilets are available at the camp, there are no running water or shower facilities. There is a nearby creek that can be used for washing up.

Important Additional Info:

  • The average high in the Big Horn Mountains during July is 70 degrees Fahrenheit (great for hiking), with an average low of 40 degrees Fahrenheit (great for campfires). July in the Big Horn’s will bring the possibility of an occassional rain shower. Please utilize this information to pack weather-appropriate clothing and bedding. You will need WARM clothes and bedding for the evenings!
  • We will be eating our supper together on Sunday evening at Bear Lodge in Burgess Junction. The cost of this meal is NOT covered in the registration costs. Estimated cost of this meal is $20 – $25.
  • Porcupine Campground is a National Forest Service fee area. The cost of the campground IS COVERED in your registration.

What We Provide:

  • Campsites
  • Guided Adventure
  • Life-changing Teaching
  • All Camp Meals
  • Campfire Snacks
  • Great People
  • Fresh Air
  • Amazing Scenery
  • Unforgettable Memories

Packing Necessities:

  • Tent
  • WARMBedding/Sleeping Bag
  • Pillow
  • Good Hiking Boots/Shoes
  • Backpack
  • Camera
  • Camping Chair
  • Weather Appropiate Clothing
  • Bible
  • Case of Water
  • Extra $ for meal at Bear Lodge  ($20-$25 recommended)
  • Rain Gear
  • Sun Screen
  • Coffee Mug (If you’re a coffee drinker)
  • Journal

Extra’s You May Want:

  • Trekking Poles
  • Extra Snacks
  • Flashlight
  • Pocket Knife
  • Chap Stick

Physical Recommendations:

This is VERY important. The Big Horn Mountain Adventure features two days of strenuous hiking. We will spend the majority of our time above 9000ft. Our first day’s Adventure features 1500ft of elevation gain (to a final elevation of 9500ft). While Man Up Adventures always pledges to maintain a safe trailside environment, we also acknowledge that keeping a steady hiking pace is most advantageous for the group as a whole. Because of this we ask that all participants undergo the necessary training prior to the Adventure.

While our goal is not to exclude men from participating in our Adventures, for the sake of group dynamics and the respect of your fellow Adventurers, we strongly encourage each participant to spend at least 10 consecutive minutes walking on an inclined treadmill at a brisk pace prior to making the decision to register. This sort of exercise should serve as a strong litmus test as to whether you are ready for the hikes that are featured on our Adventures.

Although we are not licensed medical professionals, we reserve the right to ask you not to participate if we feel that your health is at risk.