August 5-19, 2020Open to boys in Grades 9 to 12Trip Leaders: Samantha Pena, Stephen VerzydenMaximum number of students: 12Estimated cost: $5,750 Download Itinerary
Discover an awe-inspiring northern landscape.
Iceland’s culture is shaped by isolation and the extreme forces of nature. We’ll team up with a local forestry department to plant trees in one of the world’s most deforested landscapes. On a camping trek, we’ll navigate a stunning landscape that includes steaming geysers, volcanic plains, multi-coloured mountains and glacial rivers.
- Visiting Thingvellir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
- Trekking the Laugavegur Trail, famous for its awe-inspiring scenery
- Engaging with children and elders in the capital city of Reykjavik
Provides a maximum of 20 community service hours.
Qualifies for Duke of Edinburgh's Adventurous Journey (bronze, silver, gold)