About This Trip
Enjoy prayer and recreation time, unparalleled natural beauty, and fun with your fellow adventurers in the Wild West of Utah!
Creatio and COR’s experienced guides will lead you on this adventure both in nature and in spirit.
We will be spending 5 days / 5 nights in Moab National and State Park in eastern Utah. This beautiful park is one of the most famous places for high adventure in the USA. On this trip you will be surrounded by the beauty of creation and the Creator. Adventure activities will include a variety of: rock climbing, canyoneering, giant rope swinga and desert canyoneering route. We will have Mass, holy hours, spiritual reflections and solitude in the desert.
Through your days in the wilderness, all meals, lodgings, and visits to points of interest are prearranged and included in the cost of the trip. We want you to be free to experience God in Nature and find this easiest when day-to-day cares are minimal and we are freely allowed to “Adventure in nature. Journey in spirit.”
The cost fee covers: transportation from and to the Denver airport, all meals from dinner on day 1 to lunch on the last day, all personal, technical and group gear, all daily permit fees and camping fees, essentially everything other than basic personal clothing, hiking boots, personal hygiene items, etc.
Start you summer of out West with Creatio. This week will be full of high adventure and the beauty of the Creator in Moab National Park, Utah!
Women's Trip Itinerary
May 19: Fly into Denver International Airport (DIA) by 1pm. Pick up from DIA airport and drive to Fruita, CO
May 20: Arrive in Moab. Backpacking Loop and Canyoneering (exploring slot canyons)
May 21-23: Backpacking Loop and Canyoneering (exploring slot canyons).Rafting Day for Half of Group / Rock Climbing Half of Group.
May 24: Spend day with men’s group doing activities, group reflections, Mass, dinner and a campfire all together!
May 25: Drive back to Denver. Book flights for after 3pm.
A Note About Flights
The trip offically starts at pickup at DIA at 1pm May 19, 2020 and ends when dropped off at DIA by 3pm on May 25, 2020. Participants who wish to remain for extra time before or after the trip may due so on their own.
Men's Trip Itinerary
May 23: Fly into Denver International Airport (DIA) by 1pm. Pick up from DIA airport and drive to Fruita, CO
May 24: Arrive in Moab. Spend day with women’s group doing activities, group reflections, Mass, dinner and a campfire all together!
May 25-28: Adventure activites and camping. Rafting Day for Half of Group / Rock Climbing Half of Group for 2 days. 2 Day Backpacking Excursion with Canyoneering (exploring slot canyons)
May 29: Drive back to Denver. Book flights for after 3pm.
A Note About Flights
The trip offically starts at pickup at DIA at 1pm May 23, 2020 and ends when dropped off at DIA by 3pm on May 29, 2020. Participants who wish to remain for extra time before or after the trip may due so on their own.
Creatio’s mission is to guide all people to encounter the beauty of creation and the Creator through service to the poor, mission trips, outdoor adventure and care for creation. Through these experiences, we work to create an environment of encounter – encounter with God, with ourselves, with others, and with creation. Creatio members are volunteers, professionals, and friends working to address environmental and human issues on a deeper level. Our goal is to facilitate an active transformation of ourselves and others, as well as the environment.
Program Manager, Creatio
COR’s mission is to transform hearts through wilderness adventures in order to renew faith, beauty and wonder, community, and virtue. These goals constitute the four foundational pillars upon which COR expeditions are built, and upon which we hope our students to base their lives. These pillars also define the way COR staff and instructors live out their faith and the principles on which they base their own lives. COR’s pillars: Faith, Beauty and Wonder, Community, and Personal Virtue are these elements which we feel are most under attack by our society, and so they are the elements that COR strives to renew in the hearts of our students.