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"Create deeply significant leadership, learning, & recreational experience through partnerships with campus organizations and academic departments."

Accommodations

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Accommodations

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CABINS

We have 10 small cabins that have 8 bunks, mattress pad included, each equipped with heat and electricity. Bedding is not included.

YURT

There are two different sized Yurts available and both include a wood stove (firewood is provided), a lantern, camp stove, and a small barbeque grill with propane. The Yurts also have a nearby latrine. These backcountry Yurts are 3/4 of a mile from the parking lot, so groups can walk, ski, or snowshoe to this destination during the winter. Snowmobiles are not allowed on the property. Two vehicles will be allowed to park near the yurts during the summer months....

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PAVILIONS

We have two large covered pavilions that can be reserved and used for outdoor gathering/cooking/eating.

LOGISTICS CENTER

The OLC Logistics Center is located near the entrance of the ranch, and can be utilized for indoor meetings and meals. Internet services, a projector, and white boards are available.

Activities

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Activities

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Activities and Rental Information

SLED HILL/TOW ROPE (WINTER)

The Sled Hill/Tow Rope also includes sleds. The tow rope (operated by staff) will pull you up the hill. The sled hill is available Tuesday - Saturday (9am - 10pm, minimum block time is 2 hours). There is no refund or discount if the tow rope is under repair.

GIANT SLIP N' SLIDE (SUMMER)

During the summer months, our sled hill transforms into a giant slip n' slide! The slide is 20 feet wide and 650 feet long! This is the perfect activity to beat the heat during the long summer days.

ROPES COURSE...

Activities

Climbing Wall/Zip Line - Our rock wall can accommodate two climbers at a time, while our facilitators help teach others how to belay. Once climbers reach the top of the wall they can zip down our small zip line!Giant Swing - The giant swing is one of our most popular and exciting activities. Your teammates haul you to a 40 foot height, and then you decide when to let go and take the plunge!Power Pole - One of our most challenging activities, the power pole challenges the individual in balance, courage, and concentration.Jungle Gym - The jungle gym ropes course is made up of obstacles that need to be overcome 30 feet in the air! This is a great activity for families and groups to help challenge the mind and body.Incline Log - How good is your balance? The incline log will test your balance and trust in your team members as you ascend to new heights.Lower Initiatives - We have a great number of lower ropes course activities that are designed to help groups and individuals to learn a wide range of topics from teamwork to testimony.

GIANT ZIP LINE

Our newly constructed zip line is 850 feet and begins at the top of the ranch with a beautiful view of the Teton Mountains! Speeds can reach up to 40 miles per hour as you zip down the line. You are brought to a stop by state of the art zip line braking technology which makes coming to a stop comfortable and safe. What are you waiting for?

ARCHERY RANGE

Find out who is the best shot at our archery range! This is a great activity for everyone whether you are a crack shot or just having fun.

WATER ACTIVITIES (SUMMER)

Our 1 acre pond is a great place to cool off on a hot summer day. We provide stand up paddleboards, sit on top kayaks, and canoes for summer fun in the sun.

Food Options

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Food Options

Design your diet with our available options & prices.

DINNER MENU:

ALL MEALS COME WITH A FRUIT DISH AND DESSERT (COOKIE OR BROWNIE).

  • Enchiladas (GF Option)
  • Stir Fry (GF Option)
  • Pasta Dish - Spaghetti or Alfredo, garlic bread and salad included (GF Option)
  • Pork Salad - Cafe Rio Style (GF Option)
  • Ham & Cheese Sandwich
  • Chicken Wrap

BREAKFAST MENU:

ALL BREAKFASTS COME WITH FRUIT, MILK, OR JUICE.

  • Biscuits and Gravy with Eggs
  • Cinnamon Swirl Frech Toast with Sausage & Hashbrowns
  • Breakfast Burritos

Meals are served 3 times a day plus snacks. Each meal costs $5.50. 
Snack - water, apple, and granola bar $3.00 per person

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Pricing

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Pricing

Rental Information

University Wards get a 20% discount on all event prices and BYU-I groups get a 100% discount.*

*Discount does not apply to the price of food or the Slip 'N Slide.

PAVILLION  - $50/HR

Includes grill and garbage

LOGISTICS CENTER RENTAL - $50/HOUR
Includes computer, projector, white board, tables, and chairs

SLED AND TUBE HILL - $100-$160/2 HOUR BLOCK
Outdoor Learning Center Sled and Tube Hill is available for reservation to both university and community members. This includes sleds, tow rope and the hill to your group only. There is no discount if tow rope is not working. Wood and stove for a fire are provided as well as tables and benches. Doughnuts and Hot Chocolate or Lunch/Dinner can be provided for extra cost....

Pricing

Group SizeInitial 2 HoursEach Additional Hour
21-40$100$50
41-60$130$65
61-120$160$80

*Cross Country Ski Trails are groomed and available to use free of charge in season. Please be courteous and let us know when you plan to use them for safety precautions.

CABIN RENTALS ARE $40/CABIN
Each cabin has eight bunks and has electricity for lighting and heat.

YURT RENTAL $50/NIGHT
30 ft Yurt (sleeps around 20), 24 ft Yurt (sleeps around 12). Includes pot belly stove, wood, grill, camp chef, and cots.

ROPES COURSE AND PROGRAMMING

Group SizeInitial 2 HoursEach Additional Hour
12-20$70$35
21-40$120$60
41-60$150$75
61-120$200$100

Includes Pond, Black Powder Rifles, Archery, and other Ropes Course Activities. 

MEALS
$5.50 per person per meal

Student/Faculty Reservations

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Student/Faculty Reservations

Please contact Ruby Whittaker in the Scheduling office to make a reservation: (208)496-3123. 

Students/Department reservations must be made at lease 7 days prior to arrival date and cannot be scheduled more than 90 days in advance.

Student/Faculty Reservations

Community Reservations

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Community Reservations
"Create deeply significant leadership, learning, & recreational experience through partnerships with campus organizations and academic departments."