Visions: Adventures in Learning

Teens who are blind or visually impaired enjoy empowering recreational experiences in Wayfinder’s Visions: Adventures in Learning. Through exciting, challenging three-day adventures, teenagers learn the power of teamwork and gain confidence, trust and leadership skills. Past trips have included surfing, kayaking, white water rafting, deep sea fishing and more. We provide transportation to and from our Los Angeles campus to all adventures at no cost to participants. Teens not local to Los Angeles  may arrange their own transportation to attend our adventures

*2022 Ski Trip*

Please join us in Big Bear for our Visions Ski Trip on February 27th and learn how to alpine ski or snowboard.

Teens who are blind or visually impaired are invited to join Wayfinder and our recreation department for this three-day adventure. Lodging, food and transportation are included at no cost to participants. All participants are required to show proof of COVID vaccination.

When: Feb. 27th to Mar. 1st

Where: US Adaptive Recreation Center in Big Bear, CA  (Housing at Big Bear Lake Christian Center)

Who: Children and teens with visual impairment Ages 12-18 (or still in high school)


Teenagers in Southern California who are blind or visually impaired.