Loyola University Chicago

Outdoor Experiential Education

Campus Recreation | Student Complex

Current Offerings

Facilitation Clinic

Saturday, January 20th (12pm-2pm)

Just in time for the start of the new semester! This skills clinic is designed for students who may find themselves in a leadership role within a group. Learn some useful tips and tricks from Ramble Outdoors facilitators about how to choose and facilitate ice-breakers that are fun, engaging, and beneficial. We’ll participate in some activities and discuss some important tools that will help you be more intentional and inclusive when you lead ice-breakers. No experience necessary!

If registering online, look for Activity # 360303-06 (Facilitation Clinic).

Day Hike to Rock Cut State Park

Saturday, January 27th (8am-6pm)

Spend the day hiking in over 3,000 acres of woodlands and prairies. Rock Cut is home to hundreds of wildlife and wildflower species and offers over 40 miles of hiking trails giving us numerous options to choose from deciding what trails to take for our day hike. This is the perfect opportunity to take a break from your studies, get out of the city, and refresh. Registration fee covers transportation to and from Rock Cut, lunch and snacks, and any rental gear (backpack, water bottle, rain layers, etc…). No experience necessary! Please note – Ramble Outdoors reserves the right to postpone, cancel, or change the location of this experience based on the weather and status of the destination. This will be communicated to you as soon as we are able.

If registering online, look for Activity # 360303-05 (Day Hike Rock Cut).

Check back in late January for program options for the rest of the semester!

 (If you are having difficulty logging onto WebTrac to register, please contact Rachel Murray at rmurray3@luc.edu)

Register Here 

Questions? Contact Rachel Murray, Program Coordinator, at rmurray3@luc.edu or 773-508-2366.