Everyone Deserves to Get Outside

Journey with us into the heart of the wilderness, where people who otherwise won’t have the opportunity to get out can grow.

Embrace Nature’s Embrace

Nature has an incredible ability to heal, inspire, and empower. Crossing the Divide Experience creates an immersive experience through wilderness programs that allows marginalized youth and others to reconnect with the natural world, and themselves. Surrounded by breathtaking landscapes of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, fresh air, and the rhythm of the wild, they embark on a profound journey of self-discovery.

Empowerment Through Adventure

We believe that adventure is a catalyst for personal growth. Our carefully designed wilderness programs offer exciting activities that challenge youth physically, mentally, and emotionally. Whether it’s hiking through majestic forests, camping under starlit skies, or navigating thrilling outdoor obstacles, each adventure is an opportunity for our participants to push boundaries, build resilience, and develop essential life skills.

“I felt calmer at the end of the trip compared to the beginning.”

What did you learn?


“I was uneasy at times and had the opportunity to work through that.”
“Thank you so much. The experience was made more wonderful due to the exceptional guides.”
“My favorite part of the trip has to be the people I was around. They were all so welcoming. And the guides changed my life in a really good way. They helped me open my eyes on how the little things do really matter. I will miss them dearly.”


“You’re all amazing. Imma miss y’all.”
“I (with the help of everyone) was able to process the death of a friend of mine.”
“You are amazing. Thank you for making these experiences possible for our young people.”

“Steve was truly an amazing guide. He help me throughout the whole trip however he could. “

“I learned how to paddle a canoe!”

“I became happy and confident with myself.”

What did you accomplish?

“Walking for 4 hours”

“There is not one thing that I would want to change. This trip was an amazing experience for me!
What did you accomplish/master?

“Doing things I don’t want to.”

“I was able to do it even though I thought I couldn’t.”