Get Outdoors Like Never Before with Adventure Pass!

Want to participate in a variety of awesome outdoor adventures year-round? Well, it’s easy with RMOC’s Adventure Pass, an affordable pass offering access to 10 awesome RMOC adventures of your choice. 

If you stayed close to home during the COVID-19 pandemic, you might be more eager than ever to get outdoors and learn new skills. Or, maybe you’re already an avid outdoor recreationist looking for a group to play with, an easier way to access the outdoors, or a class to improve your skills. Either way, there’s no better deal to do it all than with RMOC’s Adventure Pass. 

“It’s time to embrace your health and the outdoors. This pass is your ticket to getting outside and learning some awesome new skills.” – Brandon Slate, RMOC Owner

With the purchase of the $850 Adventure Pass, you get access to dozens of beginner, intermediate, and advanced courses offered in a variety of activities. Classes include but are not limited to Whitewater Kayaking, Stand Up Paddleboarding, Rowing Training, Rock Climbing, Mountain Biking, Backcountry Skiing, Backcountry Splitboarding, Ice Climbing, and Summit Hikes.

Adventure Pass Details

  • $850
  • All equipment included
  • Good for 1 full year from purchase date
  • Use to attend any 10 courses during the year
  • Lunch is NOT provided to pass holders
  • Must be at least 14 years of age
  • All sales are final

Buy Your Adventure Pass today!

All photos courtesy of RMOC

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