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Jewish Outdoor Adventures: Burning Bush Adventures

Burning Bush Adventures has been a leader in combining wilderness and Jewish experiences for 20 years. To learn more about BBA visit our web site at: www.burningbushadventures.com

June 8 – 10: Delaware River Water Gap canoe shabbaton: We will paddle a stretch of the Delaware River entirely within the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area (DWGRA). There is an abundance of wildlife (no promises we’ll see any) and the river is lively, offering several exciting stretches. The trip includes baking challah in a dutch oven, kabbalat shabbat services under the stars and more. 300.00 per person.

July6 – 8: AdirondacksShabbat Experience: We will paddle into one of the many remote wilderness lakes in the park where the scenery is magnificent, the wildlife abundant (no promises we’ll see any) and the people are few and far between. The trip includes baking challah in a dutch oven, kabbalat shabbat services under the stars and more. 300.00 per person.

July 15 – 19: Adirondacks: We will paddle the Bog River to Lows Lake and then down the Oswegatchie River This trip will take us into a very remote wilderness area and will involve portaging and some strenuous paddling. 375.00 per person.

August 10 – 12: Adirondacks Shabbat Experience: (see above). 300.00 per person.

August 14 – 17: Adirondacks Teen Experience:We will paddle into one of the many remote wilderness lakes in the park where the wildlife is abundant (no promises we’ll see any) and the people are few and far between. Learn back country camping skills, fire building, map and compass along with a bit of Torah.

August 21 – 26: Moose Bow River in Jackman Maine with Rabbi Mike Comins of Torah Trek. Join us for a canoeing adventure in the pristine wilderness of northern Maine on the well-named Moose Bow River. Experience the magic of an untamed river, visit waterfalls, observe moose, beaver, martens, eagles and hawks, relish the smell of a campfire, delight at the stars dancing in the night sky on this wilderness trip infused with Torah and Judaism. Enjoy delicious vegetarian meals made even tastier when cooked over an open fire while serenaded by nuthatches and chickadees. Relax, learn, make friends, swim and explore inner and outer geography in a stunning natural setting.To register please visit torahtrek.org.

September 7 – 9: BBA & Green Zionist Alliancecanoe trip: As we revel in the beauty of fall in the Green Mountains of Vermont, GZA director, David Krantz, will lead sessions related to environmental challenges facing Israel as well as Jewish perspectives on global environmental issues. (Limited to 7 people)

September 16 – 17 Rosh Hashana in the Green Mountains of Vermont: Every year don't you say "I sure wish I could observe Rosh Hashana outside". Well this year you can. We will paddle out to a secluded campsite on a mountain lake. There we will relax, reflect, study, and pray.200.00 per person

September 25 – 26 Yom Kippur in the Green Mountains of Vermont. Sometimes you just need to get away in order to truly reconnect with others. Yom Kippur in the Green Mountains is a time for deep introspection. With the help of our ancient liturgy and the grandeur of the mountains we will reflect, reconnect and repent. 200.0 per person

October 5 – 7 Sukkot on the Delaware River Water: We will paddle a stretch of the Delaware River entirely within the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area (DWGRA). The scenery is magnificent. There is an abundance of wildlife (no promises we’ll see any) and the river is lively, offering several exciting stretches. There are numerous heavily forested islands and interesting exposed rock formations. The trip includes baking challah in a dutch oven, kabbalat shabbat services under the stars, a natural sukkot of trees and sky and more. 300.00 per person.

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