The Outdoor Recreation Committee offers student-led trips that include hiking, camping, backpacking, backcountry skiing, kayaking and whitewater rafting, and cycling during some block breaks and spring break. The ORC also runs the FOOT (First-year Outdoor Orientation Trip) program during the first block break of every year in which student leaders take first-year students on backpacking trips to a variety of locations in Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah.
BreakOut is a student-led organization that develops, organizes, and implements service projects during weekends, block breaks, and spring break. Join us for one of our events to give back to the community!
The CACC supports a vibrant climbing community which hosts film screenings and lectures, produces its very own annual Alpine Climbing Journal, helps throw community-building events in the Ritt Kellogg Climbing Gym, and more! Visit the Colorado College's Alpine Journal here.
The Bike Co-op teaches students how to perform bike maintenance and helps support the bike culture of Colorado College through events like the Full Moon Cruiser Ride.
The Nordic Club aims to get students off-campus and out playing in the snow. They lead trips on the weekends to the Breckenridge Nordic Center, where beginners can rent gear cheaply and get instruction from experienced student leaders.