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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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Stewardship, Joy, and Gratitude at LandPaths’ First Volunteer Stewardship Workday at Ocean Song Preserve

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Set to a soundtrack of soothing ocean waves rising from the Sonoma Coast below, LandPaths’ hosted our first stewardship workday of 2020 in January at Ocean Song …

Stewardship, Joy, and Gratitude at LandPaths’ First Volunteer Stewardship Workday at Ocean Song Preserve Read Article

20 people smile in a group at Saddle Mountain.

Journey to Saddle Mountain

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On the eastern boundary of Santa Rosa sits a special place called Saddle Mountain. Once at risk of development, the 960-acre preserve is home to portions of …

Journey to Saddle Mountain Read Article

two Elsie Allen high school students sit on a bluff above the ocean journaling and sitting in the sun.

LandPaths’ Inspired Forward Gets High School Students Outside, Studying Biology, and Connecting with Nature at Shell Beach

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Harbor seals resting on rocks and playing in the waves. Sea birds soaring across an azure sky broken by clouds. Wait, wait! Look! Is that a whale …

LandPaths’ Inspired Forward Gets High School Students Outside, Studying Biology, and Connecting with Nature at Shell Beach Read Article

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