This heuristic inquiry examines if the foundations of social justice knowledge and beliefs are developed as a result of participation in a wilderness program. As a means to provide background knowledge, this study traces the evolution and present day definitions of experiential education, outdoor education and wilderness programs. The historical foundations and present day definitions of social justice are also outlined. This book also delves into the processes of heuristic inquiry, and situated this present study within this qualitative methodology. The specific research methods used in this study are outlined, with results and conclusions presented. This study concludes that certain foundations of social justice can be developed through participation in a wilderness program.