Within a year of their first change a group of adolescents meet with their mentors for a raft trip down the wild rapids in southern Idaho. They are introduced to the Canyon Rapids Camp, a collection of five packs of Garou that meet at the solstice and equinox, and are initiated through a series of test, trials and challenges. Each of these encounters trains them in who they are and how best to use the gifts their blood line and moon birth have given them.
Over the course of the ten days each earns their name and is recognized as member of the Camp. Their final lesson is taught to them during a punishment rite. “There are rules for a reason and there are reasons to break the rules.”