Mountain Safety

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Eco-adventure Summer Camps

Mountain Rangers

Ages 10-12
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For 2023, complimentary Season Passes will not be provided. Summer Camp participants will be offered the option to purchase a 2023/2024 Full Season Pass for $49 + tax. This offer will be sent out AFTER your child has participated in the camp. Look out for this email in the weeks that follow.

As our oldest age group, Mountain Rangers have the whole mountain to explore, and spend full days hiking various trails, including up to Dog Mountain and even First Pump Peak. They also learn more advanced outdoor skills such as shelter building, knot tying, first aid and navigation through mountainous terrain. Above all, Mountain Rangers learn to develop outdoor leadership skills that will enable them to become confident and responsible mountain users of the future.

2023 CAMPS

CAMP DATES CAMP THEME CAMP PRICE SHUTTLE BUS ADD-ON
Week 1 - July 4-7 (4 days) Explorer $319 $56
Week 2 - July 10-14 Junior Ecologist $389 $70
Week 3 - July 17-21 Survival Challenge $389 $70
Week 4 - July 24-28 Explorer $389 $70
Week 5 - July 31-Aug 4 Junior Ecologist $389 $70
Week 6 - Aug 8-11 (4 days) Survival Challenge $319 $56
Week 7 - Aug 14-18 Explorer $389 $70
Week 8 - Aug 21-25 Junior Ecologist $389 $70
Week 9 - Aug 28-Sept 1 Survival Challenge $389 $70

 

Our Summer Camp Instructors are highly trained, knowledgeable and adaptable outdoor educators who are capable of delivering high quality, safety focused programs each day. Further, as each day on the mountain is different, they are equipped to instruct in a wide variety of curriculum-linked learning, activities and games, all designed to provide the best experience possible to each camp participant. Here are some activities that will be offered this summer:

  • Nature journaling and reflection
  • Survival skills such as shelter building, signaling and navigation
  • Hiking in mountainous terrain
  • Engaging in indigenous learning included skill building, art & storytelling
  • Investigating animal tracks
  • Bushcraft skills such as knot tying, weaving and lashing
  • Engaging in citizen science projects
  • Developing ecological knowledge of the local Mt Seymour ecosystems
  • Learning about flora and fauna native to Mt Seymour and their traditional usage.
  • Risk assessment and management so as to promote inclusive and safe mountain navigation.