Choose two if you are attending for two weeks.
Please use an email different from a travel companion.
A Hikes (longer and/or faster paced, more elevation gain)
B Hikes (moderate length and pace, with less elevation gain)
C Hikes (easier pace and/or shorter, less elevation gain)
Walks & Excursions (little elevation, bike riding, kayaking, etc.)
Please consider signing up to be a driver. Activities that don't have enough drivers will not be able to run. The more drivers we have the less everyone has to drive.
Safety: As participant safety is a high priority for all AMC-sponsored events, procedures and policies have been developed to attempt to limit participant risk. Participants are expected to work with staff and volunteers to reduce risks and make the experience successful for all. In case of an emergency, AMC volunteer activity leaders are trained in wilderness first aid, carry first-aid kits, and follow an emergency action plan. The AMC uses cell phones or other communication devices -- although these are not reliable in all locations and conditions. Despite such steps, parents and participants should be aware that there are risks associated with outdoor adventure activities, including but not limited to adverse weather and environmental conditions, remote locations of our trips and camps, and transportation in vehicles, on foot, by boat, or on a bike. Please carefully read and sign the Volunteer-led Camps & Cabins Acknowledgement and Assumption of Risks and Release and Indemnity Agreement and call if you have any questions. Parents’ and participants’ understanding of these risks and adherence to our policies and procedures can contribute to making this experience rewarding.
If you provide a cell number, we may call or text that number in an emergency on travel days.
Photos taken of participants at camp may be used in presentations or promotional materials. If you DO NOT want your photo used please email [email protected]
Please review your information before submitting the application.