Five Days, All-Inclusive for Ages 8-13.
Keep your kids active and outdoors this summer with our week-long all-inclusive Adventure Summer Camp designed specifically for kids ages 8 to 13. Throughout the week, your child will experience a multitude of outdoor adventures including rock climbing, rappelling, hiking, camping, and many outdoor games. These sports develop balance, strength, focus, communication, trust, self-confidence, and friendships. Every day is an entire body workout that keeps them outdoors, and active! Rock gyms are nice, but who wants to be indoors in the summer? Sign them up for our Summer Adventure Camp and they will tell all of their friends about it when they go back to school!
Length: 5 Days, 4 Nights
Coed: Ages 8-13
When: July 18-22, 2016
Type: Summer Camp
12pm Intro and Welcome
2pm Afternoon Games
6pm Free Time
8:30pm Lights Out
9am Kid Rock Climbing
2pm Afternoon Games
6pm Demo: Rappelling
8:30pm Lights Out
9am Waterfall Rappelling
3pm Afternoon Games
6pm Demo: Setup a Tent
8:30pm Lights Out
1pm Trail Lunch
2pm Set Up Camp
6pm Leave No Trace
8:00pm Lights Out
8am Hike Out To Trailhead
2pm Clean Up and Pack
4pm Pick Up
What To Know
NEM guides for the entire week, Breakfast and Dinner for the entire week, nightly supervision, gear for rappelling, climbing, map and compass. Transportation.
Lunch and snacks throughout the week. Personal gear such as clothing, backpack, sleeping bag (down bag rated to 20 degrees), hiking boots or trail shoes. Spending money for souvenirs and miscellaneous items. Gratuities.
1 Camper: $500
2+ Family Members: $425 per camper
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DOMESTIC ADVENTURESPayment in full is due at the time of booking. Cancellations outside of 7 days are fully refundable except for a $50 service fee. There will be no refunds for cancellations made less than 7 days before your program. Unfortunately, due to the time-sensitive nature of our business, and the difficulty in re-booking a trip close to departure, we cannot make exceptions to this policy. Payments may be made via MasterCard, Visa, American Express, or check.
BEYOND NEW ENGLAND INCLUDING MOUNT RAINIERA non-refundable deposit of $200 per person secures your reservation but may vary - please check the individual pages. Payments may be made via MasterCard, Visa, American Express, or check. Final payment is due 1 month [30 days] before departure - but may vary. For your convenience, we can work out a monthly payment plan.
INTERNATIONAL ADVENTURESA non-refundable deposit of $200 per person secures your reservation but may vary - please check the individual pages. Payments may be made via MasterCard, Visa, American Express, or check. Final payment is due 1 month [30 days] before departure - but may vary. For your convenience, we can work out a monthly payment plan.
CANCELLATIONThere will be no refunds for cancellations made less than 7 days before your program. Unfortunately, due to the time-sensitive nature of our business, and the difficulty in re-booking a trip close to departure, we cannot make exceptions to this policy. All refunds will be given in NEM credit.
CHANGE OF DATEDate changes are subject to availability and apply only to the current climbing season. Date changes may be requested at anytime up to 7 days prior to your departure date for a $25 fee per person. Date changes may be requested at anytime up to 3 days prior to your departure date for a $50 fee per person. There are no date changes allowed less than 2 days before departure.
GENERAL POLICIESNEMs Adventure plans and itineraries are subject to change or adjustment based on a number of factors. These include, but are not limited to, route conditions, weather, terrain, and many other factors. NEM has complete discretion to change plans to accommodate any of these or other factors, including discretion to change program schedule or itinerary, and change guides or staff, as necessary for the proper and safe conduct of the program.
We reserve the right to cancel any program due to inadequate signups, weather or route conditions. In such a case, an NEM credit for the full value is given; however, NEM cannot be responsible for any additional expenses incurred in preparing for the program (i.e., airline tickets, equipment purchase or rental, hotel reservations).
NEM reserves the right to dismiss the Participant from a trip at any time if NEM determines, in its sole discretion, that the Participant is not physically, technically, or psychologically prepared for or capable of participating in the program. This includes being under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs.
SUMMIT ATTEMPTNortheast Mountaineering cannot guarantee that you will reach the summit. Weather, route conditions, your own abilities or the abilities of others may create circumstances that make an ascent unsafe, and you or your entire party will have to turn around without reaching the summit. Your program fee entitles you to one summit attempt on your specified dates.
MINIMUM REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTSFor our adventures to run as booked, we must have 50% enrollment of the maximum participant allotment. As an example, if the program has a maximum of 8 people then we must have 4 registered participants for the adventure. In the case of low registration, you may be asked to postpone or join another group on a different date. Exceptions may be made but it is at complete discretion of Northeast Mountaineering, its guides and agents.
RISK MANAGEMENTSafety is NEM’s number one priority. Our guides manage significant hazards inherent in the mountains such as avalanches, ice fall, rock fall, inclement weather, and high winds, but they cannot eliminate them. NEM guides draw from their wealth of experience and training to make sound decisions that maximize your experience without compromising the necessary margin of safety. Please clearly understand that mountaineering and all other mountain adventures are inherently hazardous sports. You are choosing to engage in an activity in which participants have been injured and killed. While those accidents are indeed infrequent, they may occur at any time and be out of our control. We ask that participants acknowledge the risk and hazards of these sports, and make their own choices about whether or not to engage in these activities.