Preparing for an Adventure

The Basics About the Trip


This Tier 1 Heartwork Adventure will take place in the heart of the Big Horn Mountains of Wyoming. The trip will begin on Thursday afternoon, July 21st and end on Monday morning, July 25th. You can expect to hear from both seasoned and fresh voices speaking to the core issues of every woman’s life, taking a whole-body, wholehearted approach to each topic. If you long to become the woman God created you to be, or if you’re just sure there’s more to this thing called Life but haven’t a clue where to begin, this trip is for you. Come and join us as we bask in the beauty of the Big Horns on our day hikes, lean into the heart of Jesus with a mug of coffee in moments of quiet, experience intimate times of worship around the campfire, and devour delicious food to fuel our bodies and feed our souls. Over the course of this incredible weekend, we’ll have awesome conversations, definitely share some laughs, and maybe even shed a few tears as we link arms and join hearts in this journey of the mind, body, and soul called Heartwork.

There are only 20 slots available for this trip, so sign up now, ladies! Secure your spot today by filling out the online registration form and submitting your payment. (A link can be found immediately to the right, or toward the bottom of the page if you're viewing on mobile.) The registration rate for this Adventure is $495. Registration will end on July 7th, 2022. Your registration includes 4 nights of campground registration, all camp meals (including campfire goodies), day hikes, and event registration. Don’t hesitate to look us up on the Contact page if you have questions or need additional information. After registration, all pertinent, trip-related information will be sent to you via email no later than 120 days prior to the start of the trip. We're so excited to have you join us on this Heartwork Adventure!

6/20 slots have been filled on this Adventure.


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Basic Adventure Info


Difficulty - Moderate
Type - Drive-up Camping (tents)
Where? - Big Horn Mountains, Wyoming. (click for map)
When? - July 21 - 25, 2022
How Much? - Registration rate is $495.
Registration cost is securely paid online via credit/debit card or bank account. Registration isn't complete until full payment has been processed.
Registration ends on July 7, 2022.
Who? - The Heartwork Adventure is open to women ages 16+.

Your Accommodations


We will be basing our Big Horn Mountain Adventure out of Porcupine Campgrounds in the Big Horn National Forest. Although campground registration costs will be covered for this Adventure, you will need to provide your own tent and sleeping pad.

Also... please note that the Porcupine Campground is primative. While potable water and vault toilets are available at the camp, there are no running water or shower facilities. Bring body wipes to clean up with.

Important Additional Info


This section is designed to give you the proper information in order to be prepared to make the most of your Adventure. There are a few things to keep in mind:

  • Check-in starts at 3:00pm on Thursday, July 21st and, for those who would like to stay as late as possible, check-out is no later than 12:00pm on Monday, July 25th.
  • The average high in the Big Horn Mountains during July is 71 degrees Fahrenheit (great for hiking), with an average low in the lower 40's Fahrenheit (great for campfires). July in the Big Horn Mountains will bring the occasional rain shower. Please utilize this information to pack weather-appropriate clothing and bedding. You will need rain gear as well as WARM clothes and bedding for the evenings!
  • We will be eating our supper together on Sunday evening at Bear Lodge in Burgess Junction. The cost of this meal is NOT covered in the registration costs. Estimated cost of this meal is $20 - $25.
  • Porcupine Campground is a National Forest Service fee area. The cost of the campground IS COVERED in your registration.
  • Tents & sleeping pads are NOT provided. Each participant will need to bring their own tent and sleeping pad.
  • Each registrant/group attending is responsible for their own transportation to and from our Porcupine Campground meeting place. For those interested in flying to our Adventure, Billings Logan International Airport in Billings, MT is the closest viable airport to our Adventure destination.
  • After your arrival, there will be brief times of traveling to get to some of our Adventure locations. We will need registrants to volunteer to drive their vehicles in a manner that is best conducive to carpooling.

What We Provide


  • Lodging
  • Day Hikes
  • Life-changing Teaching
  • All Camp Meals
  • Campfire Snacks
  • Great People
  • Fresh Air
  • Amazing Scenery

Packing Necessities


  • Tent
  • WARMSleeping Bag
  • Sleeping Pad/Air Mattress
  • Pillow
  • Good Hiking Boots/Shoes
  • Backpack
  • Camera
  • Camping Chair
  • Weather Appropiate Clothing
  • Bible
  • Large Case of Water
  • Extra $ for meal at Bear Lodge  ($20-$25 recommended)
  • Rain Gear
  • Base Layers
  • Sun Screen
  • Coffee Mug (or your favorite tea mug)
  • Journal

Extras You May Want


  • Trekking Poles
  • Extra Snacks
  • Flashlight
  • Pocket Knife
  • Chap Stick
  • Bug Spray
  • Body Wipes

Physical Recommendations


This is VERY important. The Big Horn Mountain Adventure features three days of moderate/strenuous hiking. We will spend the majority of our time above 9000ft. While Heartwork always pledges to maintain a safe trailside environment, we also acknowledge that keeping a steady hiking pace is most advantageous for the group as a whole. Because of this we ask that all participants undergo the necessary training prior to the Adventure.

While our goal is not to exclude women from participating in our Adventures, for the sake of group dynamics and the respect of your fellow Adventurers, we strongly encourage each participant to honestly evaluate their level of physical fitness prior to registering.

Although we are not licensed medical professionals, we reserve the right to ask you not to participate if we feel that your health is at risk.

Registration & Cancellation Policy


Registration Policy

There is a $50 non-refundable processing and registration fee included in the cost of your Adventure/Campfire registration.

Cancellation Policy

We offer a full refund (minus the $50 processing and registration fee) to those who cancel anytime up until 90 days prior to the Adventure/Campfire.

Due to the up-front costs involved in preparing for such trips, cancellations that occur at, or within 90 days of the trip date are non-refundable. Due to the need for mutual commitment, this policy is extremely firm. When registering for one of our trips, each participant signs off that they've read and understood the above Cancellation Policy.

Are you ready to take the plunge?

Register for your Adventure

We've planned it, prayed over it, and set it up. Now all that's left is for you to make it happen! Click the button below to register! There are only 20 slots available for this Adventure! You can ensure your spot by filling out the registration form and by submitting your payment using the button below.
This is where your Adventure begins!

* Heartwork Adventures (owned and operated by Man-Up Adventures LLC) does not provide liability or any kind of insurance for protection of individuals, groups, organizations, or others who may participate in a Heartwork Adventure.

In consideration for your participation in our Heartwork Adventure, you hereby release and forever discharge Heartwork Adventures (Man-Up Adventures) from any and all actions, causes of actions, claims and demands for, upon or by reason of any damage, loss or injury, which hereafter may be sustained by participating in Man-Up Adventures.

While we are very familiar with the geographical terrain that our group will be Adventuring over, we reserve the right to use the term "Guide" loosely. We (any person representing Heartwork or Man Up Adventures in an official capacity) are not associated with, nor do we represent, the State of Wyoming, Big Horn National Forest, Porcupine Campground, or any of its entities, and are not registered outdoor "guides" with any lodge, company, or outfitting group.