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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 they have a greater 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

Spotlight: Running for Peak 7

Posted on September 22, 2016

As an outdoors organization, Peak 7 naturally draws a crew of very active volunteers and supporters. One of our supporters, Matt Long, is turning his active lifestyle into a conduit for supporting Peak 7. On November 19, he will be running the Grand Ridge Trail Marathon in Issaquah, WA to raise funds to get youth outside with Peak 7.

Spotlight: A Good Foundation

Posted on July 28, 2016

A good foundation is what supports structures, keeping them solid so that they can not only exist, but last. Organizations are the same. They need a good foundation of volunteers and donors in order to succeed. Peak 7 is blessed by so many people who give not only of their finances, but also of their time. Whether donor, volunteer, or both, Peak 7 Adventures just wouldn’t be possible without you.

BAC: What's Your Story?

Posted on June 30, 2016

And just like that, our first week together as the Bower Adventure Course (BAC) crew has come to a close. Since the eight students arrived on Monday afternoon, they’ve already completed a whole range of adventures. My personal favorite metric – we’ve already put nearly 600 miles on our bus.