Become a Member
Join our High Adventure Treks Family by becoming a member. This step opens the door to a world of exciting possibilities.
High Adventure Treks offers you the gift of time. You’ll have 48 hours exclusively with your daughter and son away from screens and distractions.
Leadership is a skill your child can develop from a young age. As a father, you’ll play an active role in fostering these essential skills.
It’s time to dive into unforgettable one-on-one adventures with your child. Our experiences are carefully crafted to create a deep connection and lasting memories.
Don’t wait for tomorrow to genuinely connect with your child. Strengthen your bond today.
At High Adventure Treks, we are more than just an outdoor adventure organization. We are a
passionate community of fathers, daughters and sons, driven by the unwavering belief in the power of shared experiences to transform relationships.
Our mission is clear, we are committed to Growing Relationships, Communication, and Leadership Through Adventure with our Dads
Are you a dedicated father ready to grow a strong and meaningful relationship with your child? Dads, be the hero to your child to help them grow and become a great leader away from the distractions of today’s world.
Look no further! High Adventure Treks is here to make these dreams a reality.
At High Adventure Treks, we understand that every father-child relationship is unique, and that’s why we offer a range of age-appropriate adventures and leadership designed bring together fathers with their daughters and sons, to connect on a deeper level while embarking on thrilling adventures that instill confidence, leadership, and lasting memories.
Your Journey to Unbreakable Bonds with Your Child Begins Here:
All of our adventures are designed to establish three foundational pillars
Stories from Our Past Adventures
“It’s freaky,” are the only words that would come out of my rosy red lips. It was the weekend and my dad and I had gone on a HATS retreat. He was at the bottom of the 125 ft. wall belaying me. As I climbed up the rough, hard, scratchy surface of the rocks I begged myself not to look down. But suddenly my nerves told me to look down, and there I was looking down. Well I have to admit it was a beautiful view but furthermore I was high up and as far as I was concerned the only thing holding me up was this rope, so I started to climb faster so I could get to the top faster.
Can We do it Again? by Sara
A Personal Experience by Kipp Murray
Letter from Daughter by Lindsay
Thank you so much for allowing me and my dad the chance for such an extraordinary experience, which was the final camp out for HATS. I can’t even begin to tell you what an affect it had on not only my relationship between me and my dad, but also between me and the Lord. When your body and mind are enduring something as physically and mentally straining as this backpacking trip was, one can no longer look to their own self; they need to swallow their pride and ask God for His guidance and reassurance.