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Apr
22
Sat
Horseback Riding
Apr 22 @ 2:30 pm – 8:00 pm

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  • Fee: $40.00/ per person
  • Age Restriction: 18 Years Old
  • Registration Opens: March 29
  • Registration Closes: April 19

Enjoy stunning 360 degree views of the entire Los Angeles basin, from the San Gabriel/San Fernando Valleys, to the Pacific Ocean, and Palos Verdes on a 2 hour horseback tour to Mt. Hollywood. After the ride, we will head back to the ranch and be treated to a catered BBQ dinner and live country music. Transportation will be provided from Fort MacArthur and El Segundo.

May
6
Sat
Tandem Sky Diving
May 6 all-day

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Fee: $75.00/ per person
Age Restriction: 18 Years Older

Have you ever been on a plane ride so boring that you wanted to just jump out of the plane? Well, after being properly briefed and rigged up to a licensed instructor, you can! Transportation, lunch and the jump are included.

  • Phase I Registration Begins: April 5
  • Phase II Registration Begins: April 12
  • Registration Ends: May 3

 

May
20
Sat
Class V White Water Rafting
May 20 – May 21 all-day

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  • Fee: $100.00/ per person
  • Age Restriction: 18 Years Old
  • Registration Opens: April 19
  • Registration Closes: May17

    Thanks to an incredible winter of snow and rainfall, the Kern River is flowing higher than it has in over a decade! Join ODR for a FULL DAY on the Class V rapids on the upper Kern known as the “Thunder Run,” followed by a group camp out on the river. All participation fees, transportation, equipment, and meals are included.

Oct
7
Sat
Critical Survival Skills Course
Oct 7 – Oct 8 all-day

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  • Cost: $75.00
  • Age Restriction: 18 Years Old

Each year more than 2,000 people become lost during wilderness hikes. In these situations, knowing what to do and what not to do can make the difference between life and death. ODR is teaming up with Survival Training School of California to bring you an intensive two day course in Big Bear that will teach you critical life saving techniques. Tents are permitted, but students will also have the option to sleep in actual survival shelters that they make themselves with materials gathered from the local environment. Skills that will be developed include recognizing and treating hypothermia, how to make a friction fire, how to construct a weatherproof survival shelter, essential first aid, small game trapping, water collection and purification with limited resources, rescue signaling techniques, how to react to dangerous wildlife, and much more.

Transportation from El Segundo and Fort Mac will be provided.