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Teen Adventures (Ages 13 – 17)

Imagine a kayak adventure down the Russian River. Or how about a hiking trip through Sonoma County’s backcountry. Make new friends, learn new skills, build confidence, and push yourself to new limits along the way. And experience nature off the beaten path!

The truth is, teens spend less time outdoors than ever before in history. And teens are more anxious and worried than ever before. Yet, time in nature has proven mental and physical health benefits. Studies have shown that connecting with nature cuts down on anxiety and depression.

Add a good dose of friendship and belonging and you have a recipe for success! That’s why LandPaths offers exceptional outdoor experiences to all teens.

What are you searching for? A multi-day kayak journey down the river? We’ve got it. An exciting, guided trek through local backcountry? We’ve got it.

Do something different this summer. Join us for a teen trek!

Jessica, Russian River Teen Trek participant

" I love nature. It was so great to escape the internet. It’s good for you, being outside. "

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A Day of Salamanders, Songs, and Fun at Rancho Mark West

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After a long stretch of cold winter weather, a dozen families got to stretch out and run around in nature with LandPaths last Sunday. It was a …

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Mushroom Madness at Riddell Preserve

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This weekend, 20 people headed out with LandPaths into the beautiful wilds of Riddell Preserve for a morning of mushroom foraging. For beginner and experienced mycologists alike, …

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Stewarding Forests through a Fire Ecology Lens

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Increasingly severe fires, flooding, and drought have left us without a doubt: We are in a climate emergency. According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, we …

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