Thunder Bay • Orillia

Type B: Social Sciences - Outdoor Skills and Theory II

Outdoor Recreation 2350 Outdoor Skills and Theory II
An experiential and conceptual introduction to winter outdoor recreation. Designed to provide students with an increased awareness and appreciation for winter as an environment for both educational and recreational activities. Particular emphasis will be placed on risk management and safety, basic outdoor equipment design and creation, exposure and skill development in a variety of self-propelled outdoor activities, an understanding of snow science and ecology, and leadership skills.
Credit Weight: 0.5

Outdoor Recreation 1310 and Outdoor Recreation 1010

Offering: 0-0; 3-0
Notes: Note: Open only to students registered in an HBOR degree or by permission of the Director of ORPT. An additional fee is required for non-HBOR students (see Miscellaneous Fees).
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences