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Peak 7 Adventures is a faith-based outdoor nonprofit organization in Washington and Oregon serving primarily marginalized young people by using the inherent challenge and reward of outdoor adventures in Creation to help them realize their own great potential.

We believe every young person should have the opportunity to experience life-changing adventures that help them to grow physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually, 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

Many Thanks to Our Generous Corporate Sponsors!

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The Latest From the Blog

Spring Break on the Coast

Posted on May 13, 2016

Earlier this month a group of girls from Tacoma Rescue Mission (TRM) headed to the Olympic Coast for their annual spring break backpacking trip. Each of the teens were brand new to the outdoors, and we spent a lot of time counting “firsts”: first time setting up a tent, first time swinging on a rope swing…

Volunteer Spotlight: Meet Nancy

Posted on March 3, 2016

Every volunteer has a unique story of how they got involved, and why volunteering with Peak 7 is meaningful to them. So, we thought it would be fun to introduce a few of them to you! We’re starting with Nancy, a dedicated Seattle volunteer that has helped with everything from events to rock climbing trips over the last year.

A Turning Point

Posted on January 28, 2016

Beth is a graduate of the Union Gospel Mission recovery program. For years she hid a destructive personal life by working well-paying jobs and not giving into the temptation of the substance abuse around her. To outsiders, she made it seem like her life was pretty well put together. Unfortunately, the front was a successful cover for two severely abusive relationships. Eventually, Beth realized it was time to ask for… Read More