When we say “the great outdoors,” we mean it.
Pack a bag. We’re gonna take your breath away.
Awesome. As in, "you will be filled with awe."
Six times a year, Tivnu trades the excitement of Portland for the wonders of nature. We take advantage of the region’s most amazing places to bond with one another, reflect on our journey thus far, and have a whole lot of fun.
Trips with a purpose
Hike through waterfalls, take selfies at the overlook, measure your height against the petrified trees. Learn, or teach a friend, how to snowshoe or paddle a canoe. Connect with Oregon’s Native history. Sing around the campfire. Discover things you never knew about your friends, or share some surprises of your own at the talent show.
Go out to the wild. Come home to a broader world.
Destination: Mt. Rainier
Destination: the Oregon Coast
Destination: Mt. Hood
Destination: Oregon’s high desert
Distance from the Bayit: 116 miles
Itinerary: Investigate layer after layer of Oregon’s natural history, from ancient crimson sandstone to petrified forests. Throw javelines with an atlatl. Sift for fossils at the John Day Fossil Beds. Stargaze in the largest sky you’ve ever seen. It just… keeps… going…
Destination: Rafting the Deschutes
Distance from the Bayit: 80 miles
Itinerary: Blast through Boxcar rapids, then float peacefully in the sun. Consider a cannonball from Jumping Rock. Bring your favorite recipes of the year to cook on the banks of the river. Reflect on a year well spent, and commitments and friendships that will endure.