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Be Well.

A health and wellness blogazine for Auburn University Students. 

Auburn Outdoors Trips Even You Can Handle

Auburn Outdoors Trips Even You Can Handle

If you’ve never exactly been the outdoorsy type, you’re not alone. But it’s never too late to expand your horizons.

If you’re like me and looking to do just that, these Auburn Outdoors trips might just be perfect for you! They’re low-cost (for us broke college students) and give the perfect opportunity to enjoy nature without branching too far out of your comfort zone.


Sunset Kayaking
March 29, 3–9 p.m.

Enjoy the sunset on beautiful Lake Martin, while kayaking. If your kayaking experience is minimal, don’t worry. It’s just a leisurely paddle.

Backcountry Cooking Workshops
April 5, 5–7:30 p.m.

Tired of only knowing how to cook ramen and grilled cheeses? For only five dollars, learn cooking skills you can take outdoors or just back to your apartment. The food is delicious, and yes, dessert is included.


Sunset SUP
April 12, 3–9 p.m.

Another chance to watch Alabama’s beautiful sunsets! Test your balance while paddle boarding. You’ll be surprised how much fun you’ll have.

Explore More

Interested in backpacking? Explore More teaches you how to do it yourself! At the meetings, you’ll get gear lists, trail maps, an itinerary, and other helpful guides to ensure you have the best trip possible — and can figure out what you’re doing!


Plan Your Own Trip

If you’re not too sure what you’re looking for or if you simply need help, schedule an appointment with one of our trip planning experts. They’ll help you find your perfect fit.

You can find more information on these trips here

Get outdoors, and be well, Auburn.

Photography: Auburn Outdoors

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