Boulder, Colo.:  Living in spectacular states like Colorado, California or Oregon, it’s easy to be passionate about getting outdoors to improve our lives. And of course, as parents, getting our kids outdoors at a young age is perhaps even more important.

We all want to do our best to inspire, teach and motivate our children to follow in our footsteps, experience outdoor adventure, and become stewards of the natural resources that make these activities possible.

However, Colorado, California and Oregon are also three states with a rising cost of living and relatively stagnant wage growth. This year, all three of these states have seen large teacher strikes in an effort to increase their salaries.

Fundamentally, Avid4 Adventure is a community of educators. We are excited to stand up in support of our fellow educators by introducing a brand new discount program for all educators and school staff.

Educators will now be able to receive a 10% discount off all 2019 summer camps for their kids. Educators and school districts can contact Avid4 Adventure at 720-249-2412 or for details on how to access their discount.

According to Avid4 CEO Paul Dreyer, “Avid4 Adventure’s mission is to empower kids to choose active and healthy lifestyles in the outdoors, but we also want to be a part of a larger, national conversations like equity for and recognition of teachers in this country.”

Avid4 Adventure day and overnight camps give kids not only a safe place to start outdoors, but all the room to grow as participants build skills in a wide range of adventure sports, from mountain biking to hiking, kayaking to rock climbing. This runs the gamut of age groups, from encouraging a 3-year-old to find balance on a Strider bike, to teaching a 12-year-old to navigate singletrack or paddle through rapids. Avid4 camps build the determination, confidence and grit necessary to thrive not only in the outdoors, but in daily life. Learn more about the Avid4 Adventure culture and the specifics on all of their camps at


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Scott Kaier, Public Relations Director