The State Hornet

Peak Adventures celebrates 25th Anniversary with 25 percent discount

Daniel Harrison and Garrett Riendeau

February 3, 2014

Peak Adventures has been providing knowledge on the outdoors for Sacramento State students since 1989. Trips include information relevant to the trip but can include lectures on the stars.For their 25th anniversary, Peak Adventures is knocking 25 percent off the cost of various trips.This discount is in additio...

American River remains dry as water flows limited by drought

The Folsom Dam releases water into the American River at only 500 cubic feet per second, potentially hurting sea life.

State Hornet Staff

January 28, 2014

As the warm morning sun shines on the American River reflecting the barren trees and sprawling shrubs from the surrounding area, Sacramento State students cross the Guy West Bridge and descend down into the aptly named Riverside Courtyard.But a closer look into Sacramento State’s backyard not only r...

Peak Adventures helps students engage with campus, make friends

Alex Hegarty, a Peak Adventures mechanic, prepares a bicycle for his bike maintenance class on Nov. 7.

Cesar Alexander

November 20, 2013

Peak Adventures is an Associated Students Inc. program that offers numerous services and fun activities Sacramento State students can use all year long.Although the program has grown to serve all of Northern California, students have a greater opportunity to experience the benefits because of its locati...

ASI approved budget shows signs of recovery due to increased students

Information gathered from 2013-2014 ASI budget.

Cesar Alexander

October 9, 2013

Although the 2013-2014 budget for Associated Students Inc. was approved in May, noticeable differences have taken place since then.The current budget shows a recovery rather than the loss board members anticipated in working capital.This snapshot of current assets minus current liabilities indicates whether a...

Peak Adventures piques interests

Peak Adventures employees assist a customer in the bike shop on Oct. 30. The program, which consists of associated Sacramento State students, is located at the Well building on campus and offers an array of services.

Miguel Razo and William Miles

November 7, 2012

While many Sacramento State student jobs involve filing paperwork or providing technical assistance to professors, students working for Peak Adventures are leading white-water rafting, mountain biking and hiking trips at some of Northern California and Nevada’s most scenic outdoor locations. The As...

Water polo program absent as school neglects current pool

State Hornet Staff

September 19, 2012

When Sacramento State students think of the aquatics program, they often picture the rowing team floating down the American river in perfect unison or the fun summer days spent at the university’s aquatic center at Lake Natomas; popular water sports such as swimming, diving and water polo are widely ...

Conquer the wild blue yonder

Photo Courtesy of Chanel Saidi

September 12, 2012

Falling from 13,000 feet at around 120 mph can be a nightmare for some, and an adrenaline rush for others. Skydance Skydiving in Davis makes it a reality for 25,000 to 30,000 people per year. Every year there are 3,000 to 4,000 first-time skydivers at Skydance. Of those first time jumpers, only one o...

VIDEO: Conquer the wild blue yonder

Miguel Lopez and Sean Chin

September 12, 2012

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Students take hiking trip to Avery Pond with Sac State’s Peak Adventures


Alyssa Sanguinetti

March 14, 2012

Associated Students Inc. Peak Adventures hosted a hike at Avery Pond near Folsom Lake on Sunday, where approximately eight Sacramento State students joined two adventure specialists for a four mile, round-trip hike for beginners to get involved in outdoor activities. The trip was part of Peak Adventures...

Students get active at conference in WELL

Maikalina Madali

February 21, 2012

Peak Adventures, in collaboration with The WELL, hosted the 19th annual Western Regional Outdoor Leadership Conference from Friday through Sunday, bringing in students from 15 other universities to Sacramento State. The conference is designed for those who are interested in the outdoor adventure lifestyle. Stud...

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