Rerouted Partners

Our Partners:

Morrison Outdoors

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Morrison Outdoors is the leading outdoor sleeping bag for infants and toddlers. They are currently the only brand making baby sleeping bags meant for cold temperatures. Morrison has made the Little Mo for infants 6 - 24 months and the Big Mo for kids 2 - 4 years of age that come in two different temperature ratings - the synthetic bag rated for 40° and the full down rated for 20°.


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The first all-in-one outdoor trip planning app to discover unique outdoor destinations and more easily plan your trips for hiking, camping and more

Heirs To Our Oceans

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Heirs To Our Oceans, a California nonprofit, and U.S. 501c3, that was formed by youth, for youth, with a mission to support the next generation of leaders by connecting them in purpose, educating them on the environmental and humanitarian crises they are inheriting, and cultivating skills to make real-world change.

Our Charity Partners:

Rerouted aligns with organizations focused on wilderness access, education, and sustainability. As the world's human population grows and we spread out, it is key that we protect our environment. We all need to make sure that we are taking care of Mother Nature every way that we can. Rerouted is committed to helping these organization make a significant impact.

Project Send It

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Denver, CO

Many children in Denver never get the opportunity to get into the mountains that are our city’s majestic backdrop. They see them only from a distance and through the filter of an urban lens. How, they may wonder, does one whose world is concrete, traffic lights and constant noise explore those towering mastiffs of rock and land?

In our increasingly tech-driven urban life, many are losing touch with the natural world and thus losing the ability to love and protect such vital places. Children are missing the opportunity to explore the world beyond our city streets, Project Send It aims to change that by introducing children to rock climbing.

Project Send It's mission is to have the local climbing community introduce children from low-income families to adventures of the natural world and the lessons learned through rock climbing. Project Send It provides opportunities to build confidence, problem solve, be physically active, and interact with like-minded peers. All of these are skills that will carry over into the participants’ day-to-day lives, helping to serve the climber’s life and also their world at large.

Adaptive Sports Program New Mexico-

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Santa Fe, New Mexico

"Since 1985, the Adaptive Sports Program New Mexico has enhanced the lives of children and adults with disabilities through recreation.  With year-round programs in adaptive skiing, snowboarding, kayaking, rafting, rock climbing, and much more, ASPNM strives to enable program participants to stay active and healthy, build self-confidence and independence, and enjoy the New Mexico outdoors.
ASPNM ensures that wilderness sports can be enjoyed by everyone responsibly. It is important to the rerouted co-op that community involvement is at the forefront of what we do. In order to make a difference, ASPNM has incorporated community in a beautiful way. They have established support from many channels to make their goals come true. Success is helped by having the support of people around you and by creating a culture. They prioritize year round activities and education making adventure sports more accessible for all. The rerouted co-op is honored to work with ASPNM as they make people and wilderness their priority."
-Adaptive Sports Program NM Website Blurb. 

The High Mountain Institute-

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Leadville, Colorado

The High Mountain Institute (HMI), a place where nature and minds meet, is a school in Leadville, Colorado. Our programming focuses on community living, wilderness experiences, leadership training, and rigorous academics. Students can come to HMI for a semester in high school, a summer, or a gap semester. HMI is a place where people grow to be their best selves, and learn to live with intention and connection to the natural world. Students leave HMI feeling empowered as leaders in their communities, and confident in their own abilities to make positive change. 
The next generation is one of the most important assets that the world has to create change for the future of our planet. HMI has created an environment where students learn how to make a difference in an uncertain world. They teach leadership, ethics, confidence, etc. - all of the qualities needed in order to facilitate positive change. It is the exact type of applicable and necessary education the rerouted co-op wants to promote. We would like to see more of this style of education instilled in our youth. We are proud to help support the next generation in their quest to create a better future. 
- From HMI's website.

The American Alpine Club-

Golden, CO 

Since its founding in 1902, the American Alpine Club has been a force in helping safeguard our country’s wild landscapes and natural treasures. Working alongside our members and partners, we focus on critical issues facing climbers and outdoor recreation nationally, such as keeping public lands pristine, wild, and open to human-powered recreation. All of us at the AAC find great joy and meaning in climbing, and we are committed to a thriving outdoor community sustained by healthy mountains and climbing landscapes for generations to come.

The future of climbing, and all outdoor recreation, depends on a bounty of healthy open spaces and the ability to visit and enjoy them. For this reason our policy focus areas are: 

Protecting Public Lands- To ensure that public lands remain public, that they are well-resourced and that important conservation tools (like the Antiquities Act) are preserved so climbers can continue to practice their craft on the lands we love. 

Ensuring Lands are Open for Human-Powered Recreation- To streamline and update exclusionary permitting policies to ensure that climbers, guides and other organizations can get the permits they need to provide facilitated climbing experiences.

Safeguarding Fragile Mountain and Climbing Environments- To understand our mountain and climbing environments, to promote sustainable use and effective management and to bring awareness to the impacts of a changing climate on the landscapes that inspire us.

Combating Climate Change- To mitigate the effects of climate change through political advocacy, scientific research, and developing resources for members to make sustainable choices as they plan trips and expeditions. As an outdoor community whose ethos is inextricably linked to healthy mountain environments, the AAC is committed to fighting climate change.

- As found on their website 

Mountains Beyond Borders

Mountains Beyond Borders is a big-picture nonprofit founded with the purpose of bringing international solidarity to outdoor opportunity youth programs. Globally-minded, our international team of volunteers collect gear, fundraise, and create leadership opportunities for small programs with big impact, from the US, to Venezuela, and even Fiji.

Taos Search & Rescue- 


Taos, NM 

Search and Rescue Taos is an all-volunteer, 501 (c)(3) non-profit community organization with high standards of professionalism and service.

We operate year-round in all of the off-road areas surrounding Taos, New Mexico, throughout the state of New Mexico and occasionally into Southern Colorado. Our team searches in all seasons. We search for lost hikers, climbers, hunters, campers, children, people with Alzheimer’s or dementia, skiers, snowmobilers, etc. We rescue persons injured in backcountry settings, which include the mountains, the high desert, and the Rio Grande Gorge. We are also called in for urban off-road searches. Our primary deployment is through the New Mexico State Police.

24 / 7 / 365...

On call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, we provide training for all areas of expertise required on a mission.

This includes: litter packaging, medical scenarios, low and medium angle rescue, avalanche training, swift water training, search for downed aircraft, communications, navigation with map and compass, use of GPS, and computer search technologies. New volunteers are always welcome to apply.

We train and employ the following 10 Specialized Search Units: Base and Incident Command, Ground, Medical, K-9, Technical, Drone, Bike, OHV, Swiftwater, and Winter Skills. We operate a Mobile Command Unit and 4-Wheel Drive Response Unit. If you are looking for a way to serve your community, consider joining Taos Search and Rescue.

-As found on their website 

Adventure Therapy Collective- 

Golden, CO 

The Adventure Therapy Collective (ATC) is an international, non-profit group of researchers and practitioners committed to delivering effective clinical services, supporting the development of adventure therapy practitioners, and establishing partnerships to conduct ongoing research and education for the advancement of adventure therapy.

Though adventure therapy literature suggests adventure therapy be provided by mental health professionals, we acknowledge that there are many different professionals working in the field. Whether you are a field guide at a wilderness therapy program or a clinical psychologist provided adventure-based services, the ATC is an inclusive group dedicated to innovation within adventure therapy.  

If you have been to an adventure therapy conference you’ll know the quip that there are as many types of adventure therapy as those who provide it. The diversity of adventure therapy is something we celebrate. We know from our research that adventure therapy can be provided in residential, school, and community settings, evidenced by the many practitioners working in private practice.

If you are new to this field, welcome to the family! If you are looking for an adventure therapist or program, you are in the right spot. Our directory will be live in early 2019, and podcasts, research and education resources by March 2019!

-From ATC Website