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2021: The Summer of Domestic Dreams

September 9, 2021

Moondance was all over the United States map this past summer, and we can’t wait to do the same in 2022. This past summer was one like Moondance has never seen before. But, it was one of Moondance’s most memorable and successful summers to date. We did not run our international trips due to the…

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Live Like You’re Going on the Mystery Trip

March 31, 2020

Moondance has operated a Mystery Trip for two years to an undisclosed location. Right now, we should take a note from our Mystery Trip.   The Mystery Trip is incredible. Students and leaders have no clue where they’re headed and, yet, they go. Students pick this trip, parents fill out the forms, leaders prepare for…

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Feature: Domestic Trips

January 6, 2020

This week, we are highlighting our Domestic trips! These trips have been some of Moondance’s longest-running, highest rated, and universally popular trips.   Since the beginning, Moondance has run fantastic trips in our own backyard. Twenty-five years later, we have trips running in and out of California, Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, Hawaii, and Alaska. The…

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Climbing for teens this summer at Moondance
Pacific Northwest: The Timelessness of Monkey’s Face

February 20, 2019

The Timelessness of Monkey’s Face Featuring photos from the Moondance Pacific Northwest trip from 2013-2018   The Pacific Northwest hangs out in one of the uppermost corners of the United States waiting to be explored. Many venture to this corner of the country in search of the mountains, ocean, and everything in between. We escape…

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On top of the world on Moondance Adventures
The Draw of the Dolomites

February 5, 2019

The Draw of the Dolomites In August, Adventure Journal featured “The Silence of the Dolomites” video from Casper Rolsted. Steve Casimiro says it well in his introduction, “If you haven’t been to the Dolos of northern Italy, go. You won’t find a more spectacularly or uniquely structured mountain range…” and we could not agree more. The…

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