The Trailblazers invite you to a Spring break trip from March 18-23 to the Mammoth Cave National Park. Mammoth cave boasts the longest cave system in the world. Located in Kentucky, early guides called it a dark and gloomy place but it is a peculiarly beautiful system.
This trip includes amazing service work in the caves and recreational activities like behind the scenes cave tours, canoeing, and stargazing. It is a great opportunity to do some meaningful service, great outdoor adventure, and make friends with your fellow yellow jackets. The detailed itinerary of the trip is listed below.
There are only 15 spots available on the trip. Sign-up today to reserve your spot.
The trip cost is $110. If you have a car and volunteer to drive, you will get 25% discount.
March 18- Leave Georgia Tech campus, reach the campground, relax, enjoy the green river banks.
March 19- Canoeing, 7.5 miles, downstream
March 20- Service work
March 21- Some service work, hiking, cave tours, and stargazing at night
March 22- Behind the scenes cave tour
March 23- Return to Tech
The cost of the trip includes membership fee, food, transportation, recreation, shelter, and a T-shirt!
Feel free to visit the website below to learn more about Mammoth Cave
If you have any questions, feel free to email Ajay at firstname.lastname@example.org
Use the form below to sign up. You will receive a payment link in the confirmation email. Use the payment link to pay for the trip. Your submission for this trip will not be considered complete until both the payment and the form information have been received. You will need to submit a scan of your driver’s license or picture ID.