"Do I have what it takes?"
Most men ask that their entire lives. Don't let your son be one of them. Give him what he needs most...
UNDERSTANDING OF GODLY MANHOOD
RITES OF PASSAGE EXPERIENCE
HIS FATHER'S BLESSING
We know the pain of not being ushered into manhood.
That’s why we created Back Country Canoe. So you can spend five days with your son that you'll always remember and help him cross the threshold into manhood
BACK COUNTRY BOYS CANOEING | July 6-10, 2021
Bucket list experience for dads and their 12-14 year old sons
5 day-4 night canoeing trip on the Green River in Utah
$1800 covers meals, wilderness guides, facilitators & materials
- Joining the waitlist means you'll have the option to join this year's trip in the event of a cancellation(s). Your credit card will not be charged until there is a cancellation and a spot opens up.
- It also also makes you a VIP that gets early access (July 1-15, 2022) to register for 2022 Fathering Expeditions
- Currently there is room on this year's Back Country California Backpacking trip (same content, design, and objectives as the canoe trip). Click here to learn more
“What a blessing! Intentional time with your son, doing an epic adventure with other dads and sons. I cannot think of a better investment of your time."
-Back Country Attendee
Leave Back Country With:
- Hours of connection with your son
- A deeper understanding of your powerful role as a dad
- A son who knows how to bring life to those around him
- A deeper relationship with your son
Why This Trip Is Different
Back Country creates the space for the application of genuine masculine initiation. It’s designed as an intensive experience for both father and son. God the Father used the wilderness as the context for this Son’s preparation for ministry, and we believe there is not better place to help your son discover who he is becoming as a man. The aim of the adventure is to have the boys head into the wilderness but return as initiated men.
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