The Fayette Tribune, Oak Hill, W.Va.

Local News

December 31, 2012

GSC adventure program schedules trips to Fayette

GLENVILLE — Glenville State College High Adventure Program Director Dave Bernier has just released the schedule of his program’s trips for the Spring 2013 semester. The program offers GSC students, faculty, staff, and community members the opportunity to experience thrilling outdoor activities in and outside the state.

“Our group has gone on many excursions since 2002 including rafting, rock climbing, mountain biking, canoeing, horseback riding, skiing, and much more. The program is geared toward beginners but you can advance in skill after your first trip. All are welcome to join us,” said Bernier.

The Spring 2013 schedule is as follows:

Ski trip to Killington, Vermont, from Jan. 6 to Jan. 11;

Ski trip to  Canaan Valley (Tucker County) on Jan. 27;

Ski trip TBA on Feb. 10;

Ski trip to Canaan Valley (Tucker County) on Feb. 24;

Mountain biking and fishing trip along the Cranberry River (Pocahontas County) from March 23 to March 24;

Rock climbing on the New River Gorge (Fayette County) on April 7;

Elk River Festival in Webster County from April 13 to April 14;

Paintballing trip to Kanawha County on April 12;

Horse trail riding trip to Kanawha County on April 18;

Whitewater rafting trip on the New River (Fayette County) on April 28; and a

Sky diving trip to the New River Gorge (Fayette County) on May 5.

GSC High Adventure trips include fees which cover lessons, transportation, park fees, permits, rental fees, and guiding services when required. GSC High Adventure Program staff provides the equipment needed for the activities or rents necessary gear for the trip.

For more about the program, visit or contact Bernier at or 304-462-6441.


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