Tribal Gathering, Laramie, WY – June 27 – July 2, 2022


Our Tribal Gathering in Laramie is reunion time for our family of churches!

Dates: June 27 to July 2, 2022
Location: Rock Laramie, “The Big House”, 402 Corthell Rd, Laramie, WY, 82070

It’s a time for deep heart connections, making new friends and allowing God to expand our heart and vision for the nations!

This year’s gathering is going to be amazing! Don’t miss out!

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Description of Activities
We are all very excited about Tribal 2022. Below is a description of Tribal activities as well as a general packing list and information for all participants.
Remember, Laramie Wyoming is at an elevation of 7,220 feet in elevation. Our activities are in the mountains at an elevation between 8,000 and 12,000 feet above sea level! Be ready to have fun and come prepared. All technical equipment is provided. Waivers of liability will be required.

Tribal Activity Packing List:

  1. Water (32oz)
  2. Rain Jacket
  3. Sunblock
  4. Lunch


How about canoeing at the base of a snow-capped mountain with breath-taking beauty? Enjoy the beauty of God’s creation and the fun of paddling with family or friends in a high alpine mountain lake. Make sure you bring some lawn chairs or picnic blankets with you so you can lounge and enjoy the mountain views between canoe trips.
Depending on the weather, we will be canoeing in the high alpine lakes of the Snowy Range Mountains or Pines of North Crow Reservoir. There is great fishing in both areas. Bring a fishing pole if you want to fish and a fishing license. Also, there is a small parking fee for each vehicle in the canoeing area ($5). Canoes, paddles, and life jackets will be provided. If you have your own paddleboard, please feel free to bring it.

Day Hikes

Day hiking in the high alpine of the Snow Range Mountains is an extraordinary experience. The views, snowcapped peaks, high alpine lakes, wildflowers and fresh water mountain streams create a world class hiking environment. Participants on hikes can expect to have a great time of fellowship, enjoy beautiful mountain scenery and also have some time to connect with Jesus in the wilderness. Hikes will range from beginner to intermediate. All ages welcome. We encourage trekking poles if you have them.

Rock Climbing

Never rock climbed before? No problem! We will provide all the equipment and skilled rock climbers to make sure it is safe and rewarding. The rock climbing is located in a shaded aspen grove with a lot of space for fellowship, play for kids, and mountain beauty. We will have beginner to intermediate routes set for everyone to try. Routes are 70 to 100 feet in length. You can climb all the way to the top or as far as you feel comfortable. All ages are welcome. Children 4 and up can climb. We will carpool to the climbing area and then hike a ½ mile to the rock wall. Space is limited to 20 participants each day.

Peak Attempt of Medicine Bow Peak – 12,013 feet

This is the most challenging and rewarding activity we offer at tribal: hiking to the top of Medicine Bow Peak, 12,012 feet. The breath-taking view at the top is world class and a true alpine experience. The hike is approximately 5 miles with 2000 feet of elevation gain and loss and will take approximately 6 hours.