TRACKS is a Parks & Community Services initiative promoting outdoor adventure, youth leadership and environmental stewardship. TRACKS' mission is to encourage outdoor opportunities for all ages, abilities and income levels, opportunities that develop life skills and knowledge for a healthy community.
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TRACKS was started in the spring of 2007 amid growing concern and research identifying a "nature deficit" within society. Since its inception, TRACKS has effectively infused many Bellevue programs and activities with its six key standards:
Snowshoe Adventure Introduction Series- Leaves from: Highland Community Center, 14224 Bel-Red Road. Never been snowshoeing? This is the perfect opportunity for you to explore the white wilderness around us. Learn the basics from our expert staff, who will ensure the trip is safe and fun for everyone. Transportation and snowshoes will be provided! Learn new skills and meet new friends while enjoying the great outdoors. You won't find a bigger adventure on a snowy day!
Teen Snowshoe: Mid-Winter Break Trips
High Adventure Spring Break Camp Meets at: Highland Community Center, 14224 Bel-Red Road. Join our expert guides for three action-packed days of outdoor fun. We will spend each day in a different location, developing new skills and exploring fresh terrain, be it snowshoeing in the Cascades or rock climbing in the city. All technical gear and transportation will be provided. Bring warm clothing and a sense of adventure! Scholarships are available.
Volunteer -to volunteer with the TRACKS program, or if you are a teen looking for service hours, please email email@example.com .
TRACKS in the news - Seattle Outdoor Recreation Examiner and on BTV .
Look for TRACKS in the Connections recreation brochure to find classes, activities and events that are part of the TRACKS initiative.
View Ken Burns' new "National Parks: America’s Greatest Idea" clip about youth and the outdoors.
Parks & Community Services
PO Box 90012
Bellevue, WA 98009
Contact: Jenna Walenga
Contact: Joe Moorman
Mercer Slough Environmental Education Center
Family, Youth & Teen Svcs