Head out on an adventure with friends and alumni of The Master’s Program. Fly into Medford, Oregon on Wednesday, Sept. 4 and take a four day trip in nature’s paradise. The cost of this EPiC Adventure is $2,200. This includes all of the arrangements once you get to Bedford, OR.
This adventure is currently available only to members and alumni of The Master’s Program of Southern California. There are only twelve spots available so book now to snag an open seat!
Are you a rock climber? Or have you ever wanted to rock climb, but didn’t know anyone who could introduce you to the sport? Come join us from 7:00am to 8:00am every Tuesday at the Sender One climbing gym off the 55 Fwy in Santa Ana. No experience needed and there are climbs for practically every fitness and skill level.
There are only 12 spots. This meetup is first come first serve. To reserve a spot, you must pay $100 for your room for the night. I have reserved 6 rooms, with 2 beds each. All of us will share a room. Reserve a spot by making a payment…
This event is an incredible way for dads to connect with their 12 to 22-year-old daughter or son. Join us in the Ansel Adams Wilderness for a backpacking excursion through breathtaking mountain scenery with alpine lakes, granite cliffs, starlit skies, memorable moments with your child, and time in God’s presence.
Bryan Feller will be taking this trip with any fellow adventurers that are willing and able (up to 5). We’ll be trekking through the Three Sisters Loop in Oregon. It is approximately 50 miles and will likely include the summit of one of the Sisters.
Join a gathering of great guys, the occasional cigar, glass of red wine, and some conversations about the big issues of life. All of this while fly fishing on privately owned 1,100-acre ranch wilderness and on the Upper Madison which has two sections of the river that average over 2,000 fish per mile.
Bryan Feller will be personally leading this trip. He hopes to take up to 5 men through the entire Big Sequoia-Kings Canyon Loop in 9 days during mid to late August of 2019. The Big Sequoia-Kings Canyon Loop is 130 miles of the best scenery the High Sierra has to offer. For most, this will be the adventure of a lifetime.