Where consciousness meets wilderness

Kroka Expeditions is a non-profit wilderness expedition school based on a year-round, organic farm in Marlow, New Hampshire. We believe that consciousness and altruistic will can be brought forward through a living relationship with the natural world, and by taking our places within the circle of community.

Our Programs

Summer Programs

One to four week expedition and basecamp programs for youth ages 9-18

Semester School

Three to five month long transformational wilderness journeys for ages 16-20

Programs for Schools

Farm-based residential experiences and wilderness expeditions for grades 3-12

Recent News

Semester Blog

Semester Blog 4: Mountains and Rapids 2.0

The week of Sep. 27th-Oct. 3rd, High School and Gap Year students set off on…
Semester Blog

Semester Blog 3: Regenerative Agriculture and Crafting

COMBINED HIGH SCHOOL AND GAP YEAR BLOG Here at Kroka, autumn is rolling across the…
Announcements

Kroka Farmhouse Update – new video added!

https://vimeo.com/461181240 With a successful summer season behind us, the new and improved Kroka Farmhouse has…
Semester Blog

Semester Blog 2: Mountains and Rapids

For the past week, high school and gap year students have been immersed in two…

We believe that the awakening of consciousness and altruistic will in young people is essential in creating a just and peaceful world.

We believe in the power of nature and community to awaken our highest selves.

We believe that pushing past our limits helps us shed the layers between ourselves and the world, and that vulnerability is an essential condition for wisdom and compassion.

We believe that appropriate risk taking is a doorway to trust in ourselves and others.

We believe in the just distribution of resources, living simply, rigorous work, celebration, song and ritual, and reverence for all of life.

Kroka was recently featured on WMUR TV’s Chronicle program

“Your program is extraordinary. You are not simply a ‘summer camp’ or even a ‘wilderness camp,’ … you are growing human beings.”

– Summer Parent

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