Christian Outdoor Leadership Training

Tarkio River Rd 
Superior, MT 59872
US


(406) 722-COLT (2658

Boys and Girls

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The Christian Outdoor Leadership Training
program (C.O.L.T.) provides troubled teens help with overcoming the conflicts they are struggling with by sharing the Christian life in an atmosphere of outdoor adventure and a focus on Christian character development.

Our program provides opportunity for teens to continue their educational process in a variety of ways. They can continue classes at their present school by use of correspondence. They can choose an alternative school offering Internet methods. Additionally some of the educational experiences in our program may be used for credit requirements at their schools.

Our program provides opportunity for teens to continue their educational process in a variety of ways. They can continue classes at their present school by use of correspondence. They can choose an alternative school offering Internet methods. Additionally some of the educational experiences in our program may be used for credit requirements at their schools.

Activities are a main part of the COLT program. Our activities are taught by experienced professionals who provide challenging new opportunities to learn outdoor recreational and other employment skills.

Activities Include:
Fly Fishing
Hiking
Rafting
Cross-Country Skiing

Location
Christian Outdoor Leadership Training has an administrative headquarters and base camp location 40 miles west of Missoula, Montana on the Alberton Gorge of the Clark Fork River at Tarkio. We are isolated by state and forest service lands surrounding us, which give us the opportunity to hike, bike, backpack, snowshoe or horseback over more than a hundred miles of public land. This location is directly at the end of a well-known whitewater section of the river, which provides whitewater rafting and kayaking upstream and canoeing downstream.

Ray Baier
Director of the program worked in youth guidance programs beginning in 1966 with Youth Life and continuing with several churches as youth pastor and elder. He has a masters degree in educaton with an emphasis on counseling. He has been a licensed guide and outfitter in Idaho and Montana since 1990.

Sally Baier
Sally has a masters degree and an administrative credential in education. She has worked with Ray in ministry since they were married in 1971. She currently is a teacher and administrator at Valley Christian School in Missoula and serves on the COLT board of directors. The Baiers have two sons, Sam and Ben, who have finished schooling at Rocky Moutain Bible Institute, and a daughter, Amy in college.

Barry K. Surratt
Barry has a Master's degree from Covenant Seminary and degree in Electronics. He serves on the COLT board of directors and provides spiritual, technical and administrative support to COLT. He is the online school principal for Eagle Christian School in Missoula, MT and the father of three sons, Keaton, John Wesley and Andrew.

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(406) 722-COLT (2658

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