Spaces available: 13/15 * Price: $40/Day | 2 Days Minimum *
*Schedule can change, participants will be notified*
Sign up now while spaces are available!
What Can You Expect?
- By the end of the weekend you will have a comfortable understanding of aperture, shutter speed, ISO, and various other settings on your camera and how they interrelate to one another.
- You will be able to compose and expose your frame for beautiful landscape photographs.
- You will connect with nature and other individuals with similar interests, forming life long friendships and memories.
Need To Know
- You are responsible for your own safety and insurance that covers you and your equipment. Please be sure to know the physical requirements of each trip and your capability of completing each hike.
- You will be responsible for lodging and any applicable fees.
- You will be responsible for providing your own food. Please bring enough to last the duration of your stay.
Lodging or Campsites
Anyone attending is welcome to stay at our campsite (space permitting) which we will disclose once decided upon. If you choose to stay at alternative campsites, cabins, or hotels, no worries. Here are some resources you may use to find the correct weekend nest:
Need To Bring
- Extra batteries and/or battery bricks to recharge
- Backpack/Daypack (Big enough to fit your camera equipment, snacks/small meal, water)
- Headlamp or flash light (for night hikes)
- Food & Water (For duration of your stay)
- Camping essentials (Tent, cookware, etc.)
*Only applicable if staying at base camp or alt. campsites*
- A positive attitude, an eagerness to learn, and a love for nature.
- Rain Gear (poncho, rain covers, trash bags)
- Tripod (Needed for astrophotography and long exposure photography)
- Snacks (Cliff Bars, Jerkey, Trail Mix, etc.)
- Extra Socks
- COMFORTABLE footwear (Heavy boots may make you miserable. You’ve been warned!)
Leave No Trace. | Pack it in, pack it out. | Respect the Land and it’s Creatures.
Whether you need advice on camping equipment or camera gear, we can help guide you.
First Time Camping?
I understand that new terrain can seem unfamiliar and a bit scarier to some more than others. I can assure you that most of our hikes and activities are low to medium intensity. The best way to pick up some new skill sets is to be around and learn from others with experience while applying a “can do” or willingness to assist effort.
What do you want from this? Do you want to better yourself at photography? Do you want to learn new and alternative methods to add to your toolbox of creativity? Do you want to share new experiences with like-minded people in incredible environments that will imprint in your memory for a lifetime?
No matter what your intention may be, bring it with you and make it clear. In one way or another, we’re all here to grow, to have fun, and to connect.