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Peak 7 Adventures is a faith-based 501(c)3 non-profit providing life-changing outdoor adventures to under-resourced young people across the Pacific Northwest.

We believe every young person should have experiences in the outdoors that help them to grow spiritually, physically, mentally and emotionally, regardless of socio-economic standing.

“On this trip I was able to experience God’s creation and grow closer to Him, along with getting to know awesome Peak 7 guides who encouraged me the entire time! This was truly a trip to remember. Thank you!”  –   Sandrene, Ascent Adventurer

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The Latest From the Blog

Inner Strength: Thoughts from BAC Graduate, Gavin McArthur

Posted on July 16, 2019

Gavin McArthur was one of our Bower Adventure Course (BAC) participants in the summer of 2018. As a result of this life-changing Peak 7 experience, Gavin discovered an inner strength that was given to him by God. All of the experiences that this 2018 BAC class faced; the joys, hardships, laughter and tears, all work to enable each participant to discover who God has created them to be.

Introducing Brian Kienle

Posted on May 20, 2019

Hey Peak 7 family, meet Brian Kienle, our new Executive Director! Brian comes to Peak 7 stoked about what we do – taking youth from the PNW outside to have transformative experiences. Brian has a vision to grow Peak 7’s community and the impact that we have throughout our communities. This is a new chapter in the life of Peak 7 and we hope you will join us in carrying… Read More

A Guide's Thoughts on a Non-Glamorous Adventure

Posted on February 21, 2019

I roll up to the doors of a partner ministry, Cup of Cool Water, on an already warm mid-August morning. I had been guiding trips all summer, but already I knew this one would be different. Cup of Cool Water is a nonprofit organization in downtown Spokane that provides relief and support for youth who are experiencing homelessness, and I got the chance to take them backpacking. A bit nervous,… Read More