OUTDOOR ADVENTURE Airdrie
Play, Run & Don't Get Lost!
2021 Spring program Details
TRY IT! - For the whole family -SOLD OUT
Why should you try orienteering ?
Everyone must fill out the Covid Health Declaration before each session on the day of the activity (See below). The activities are planned with 2 m Physical Distancing rules in place. Maximum group size is 10 with leaders included. The kids will be reminded by the coaches often about distancing rules but if you want to feel more comfortable, we suggest wearing mask before, after or during activities. Hand sanitizers will be provided for the participants.
Please visit our Participants Safety webpage for details on Covid19 and other safety recommendations.
Our programs always follow the current Public Health Measures and guidelines, see the details here.
Our goals is to grow and nurture a community based outdoor program in Airdrie where kids can develop competence, confidence and motivation to be active outside for life. We use orienteering as a tool to teach navigation, we play games to have fun and develop basic running skills, agility & endurance. We want to foster a family-oriented outdoor program to engage not only the kids but youth leaders and parents as well. Our program is based on the goals and principles of the Canadian Physical Literacy & Long-Term Athlete Development model. Each session includes 3 stations: physical literacy games, agility/endurance skills and navigation stations.
Denis completed his education degree in 2005 and has been teaching Physical Education every since. Since becoming a teacher, he has coached a variety of sports including basketball, volleyball, track and field, golf and orienteering. He loves hanging out with his children either biking, hiking and golfing outdoors. Denis is enthusiastic about devloping physical literacy and enjoys adventure races where he can use his map reading and orienteering skills. He is thrilled about the the new Outdoor Adventure Airdrie program and is looking forward to coaching and leading the program.
Bogi believes that for kids to grow up happy and healthy, they must spend significant time outside. She takes her kids along to do her favorite activities which includes mountain biking, hiking, paddle boarding, orienteering and xc skiing. Bogi is the AOA Executive Director and orienteering for many years. She has a B.Ed. Degree in Physical Education and over 15 years of coaching background. If you have any questions or feedback about the program, please let her know
Our Volunteer Coaches:
Thanks to our outstanding youth volunteers, the adventures at the Nose Creek Park are always full with laughter and fun times. Their never-ending energy and enthusiasm is a great help for our leaders and the kids.
If you would like to join our volunteer team please contact us.