The Fort Lewis College Adventure Club seeks out customized educational travel experiences for curious and active alumni, friends, and donors. From transformative excursions in the great outdoors to deep dives into diverse cultures, FLC’s AC collaborates with a network of current and emeritus professors, professional staff, and in-house experts to create journeys of a lifetime.
FLC alumni and friends of the College are welcome to join the AC on academically inspired adventures to places near and far. From whitewater rafting through the Grand Canyon to sipping scotch in the Scottish Highlands, the FLC Adventure Club has a little something for everyone.
All destinations and itineraries are subject to change. For more information, please visit fortlewis.edu/adventureclub.
October: Moab / White Rim Trail Mountain Biking
January: NYC Performing Arts Showcase
May: Grand Canyon Rafting
September: Ireland Exploration
January: Japan Powder Skiing
April: Indonesia / North Sulawesi Scuba Diving
Stay in the loop about upcoming trips, share photos from past excursions, or let us know where you want to explore next by contacting Dave Kerns at email@example.com. We look forward to adventuring with you soon!
Former Fort Lewis College cyclist Savilia Blunk captured a pair of national titles at the USA Cycling Cross Country Mountain Bike National Championship.
Durango artist Maddie Sanders (Communication Design, '21) contributed to a collaborative art and science exhibit that will make the Colorado State Capitol home for the next five months. Sanders worked with CU Boulder scientists Nicole Brooks and Diane McKnight to create "Durango: Mining the Mineral Belt." Their work explores the relationship between acid mine and acid rock drainage in the Colorado Mineral Belt and the effect it has on natural waterways.
FLC cyclist Michaela Thompson won her gravel race debut alongside teammates Sarah Sturm (Art, ‘12) and Ellen Campbell (Biology, '20).
For more meaningful relationships and fuller lives, Charlie Rogers (Exercise Physiology, '22) is helping Durangoans create community through play and movement.
Installation artist Chris Erickson (Art, '94) is leading the city of Aspen's first-ever public art installation. The project is a temporary street mural, and community members are invited to help paint it from start to finish.
The Center for Indigenous Health held a graduation ceremony for seven Indigenous scholars receiving advanced degrees from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, including FLC alumna Natalie Joe (Cellular & Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, '16), who spoke to Native News Online about her achievement.