Practicing whitewater kayak skills while running Lunch Stop Rapid on the Haw River with Frog Hollow Outdoors.

The journey matters


Aug 04-09, 2014 / ages 14-17

Guide-in-Training option available


Upon reaching NCís Southern Appalachians we will establish a base camp to explore itís many facets. Students will experience kayaking on mountain rivers, ziplining through scenic valleys, exploring deep southern wilderness, and stretch their comfort zone while climbing exposed rock faces.††


Activities/Skills Education:

 River Kayaking & Canoeing Skills

 Rock Climbing & Bouldering

 Zipline Canopy Tour

 Mountain Ecology Education


 Map and Compass Skills

 Base-camp Camping and Cooking

 Low Ropes/Team Building Activities

 Knot Tying

 Leave-No-Trace Ethics Education



Our Guiding Principals - Set in a supportive and nurturing environment, activities are designed to educate campers about various outdoor skills and/or ecology, as well as challenge them in an effort to foster confidence and personal growth.  With trust and respect as corner stones of these sessions, we create a positive learning environment, enabling campers to gain a comfort and understanding of themselves, others, and the great outdoors.

$595 per person

$975 double registrants


REGISTER ONLINE or CALL 919-416-1200


*Double Registration Rates are available for siblings.† Discounted registration rates for multiple camp sessions are also available, please call for more details.†† Double Registrations must be made over the phone


To contact us:

Southern Appalachian Exploration

Frog Hollow Camps Online Registration
2014 Camp Sessions:

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River kayaing skills being practiced on the Haw River with Frog Hollow Outdoors.