Sundog Outdoor Expeditions fall programs are open for enrollment. Sundog will change things up this fall to get local middle school kids outdoors and active while being safe and socially responsible during the Coronavirus pandemic.

“Sundog has spent the past several months consulting with medical experts, camps that successfully navigated the summer season, as well as national, state, and local resources.” said program manager Anne Aldridge Peacock, “We have also modeled our safety protocols on the efforts by the local school districts to keep our kids safe.”

Through the end of October, Sundog is offering week-long programs each focused on a specific outdoor skill and its core value of resiliency. The programs will meet after-school Monday through Thursday with a day-long expedition on Saturday. Sundog partners, Noah Kleiner of Equinox Guiding Service and Josh Lipkowitz of MountainSea Expeditions, will be leading rock climbing and paddling programs respectively. The classes are $175, with scholarships available.