This isn’t a sing kumbaya and make paper maché kinda camp.
We bring teenage girls from all over North America to a remote location in the Canadian Pacific Northwest to work through some tough stuff and leave feelin’ strong, empowered, and free. We do it because being a girl is hard sometimes. We know because we are women who were girls once. And we struggled. A lot.
At camp, we are gonna slay the struggle together—8 teenage girls and 4 strong female leaders. And we’re going to participate in some fun stuff, some hard stuff, some silly stuff, some quiet stuff.
- Goal setting
- Body confidence
- Summit dancing
- Environmental stewardship
- Sexual health
- And. So. Much. More.
There’s going to be hooting and hollering, woohooing, too. There’ll be crying and laughing, hugging and dancing.
This is a sisterhood. We are a team from day one. We don’t tolerate judgment or bullying (do it, and you’ll be going home—on your dime). We going to do the stuff we fear together. We’re going to cheer each other on and life each other up. It’s going to be exciting and invigorating and scary sometimes too. There will be lots of high fives. Like skabillions of high fives.