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  • Adventure Risk Challenge students climb mountains to overcome their fears

    No phones, no soda and no pizza for 40 days. The 12 Valley students attending the Adventure Risk Challenge leadership and literacy program lived without these luxuries while in the back country. Instead, they undertook challenging hikes and steep mountain rappels while learning more about their selves and their fears.

No phones, no soda and no pizza for 40 days. The 12 Valley students attending the Adventure Risk Challenge leadership and literacy program lived without these luxuries while in the back country. Instead, they undertook challenging hikes and steep mountain rappels while learning more about their selves and their fears. Kelsey Grey kgrey@mcclatchy.com
No phones, no soda and no pizza for 40 days. The 12 Valley students attending the Adventure Risk Challenge leadership and literacy program lived without these luxuries while in the back country. Instead, they undertook challenging hikes and steep mountain rappels while learning more about their selves and their fears. Kelsey Grey kgrey@mcclatchy.com

Moving mountains: Outdoor education teaches strength to Valley teens

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