Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Develop love for a mountain lifestyle

Brothers run outdoor camp

    Jordan Niedrich, 22, and Wood River High School senior Michael Niedrich, 17, grew up in the Wood River Valley “living and breathing the mountain life,” said Utah State University student Jordan Niedrich.
    Now, the brothers want to transform some of that knowledge to local youngsters in their new “Pro-gression Camp” designed for ages 11-14, this summer in three sessions.
    “We were constantly outside exploring and learning new things. We truly appreciate these experiences and they have shaped us into who we are today,” Jordan wrote on their site.
    “So we have come together with an idea to help local kids get out and learn how to more fully enjoy the mountains. We are offering elite coaching for mountain biking, road biking, pump park/dirt jumping, skateboarding, tennis, climbing, team sports and more.”
    Their “next level” in sports camps runs in these sessions: June 9-July 3, July 14-18 and July 21-Aug. 23. Fridays are field trip days. Space is limited. Register at 720-9229.

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