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Kidder Creek

Advanced Mountain Bike Camp

  6 Days
  9th–12th Grade
All Guys
Summer 2024
Advanced Mountain Bike week for High School guys is a soul-stirring mountain bike adventure for passionate riders. You’ll ride incredible singletrack in the mountains and forests of the California/Oregon border alongside experienced counselor/guides.
Riders should have attended 1 week of MTB camp prior to attending Advanced week.

*If you feel you are ready for advanced camp but have not attended one of our MTB programs in the past you can reach out to the camp to seek an exemption.

Register for Summer 2024 starting November 15th!
See Dates Below
Our 2024 events are now closed. We hope to see you next summer!

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Meals, Lodging, Program & Recreation


Per Camper

  • Camperships

    Please do not let finances get in the way of a Mount Hermon experience. Through the generosity of many, a partial grant from the Campership Fund may be just the gift you need to make it possible for you to attend camp.

  • Payment Policy
    • Deposits: A non-refundable/non-transferable deposit will be required to complete your registration. Please have a payment method ready to go during the registration process. We accept Visa, MasterCard, or an Electronic Check. Deposits are $150 per child.
    • Total Balance Due 30 Days Out: The total of your itinerary will be due 30 days before the start date of your week of camp. On this day, your account will automatically be charged the remainder of your balance.
    • Cancellations and Changes:
      Until 30 days prior to the event, the non-refundable deposit $150 is retained.
      From 29 days until 22 days prior to event, $225.00 is retained.
      From 21 days until 8 days prior to event, $325.00 is retained.
      If within 7 days of the event, the entire registration cost.
    • Transfer Fees: In the event that you decide to change the week in which your child is attending camp there will be a transfer fee of $25.

2024 Registration

Summer Week Dates Availability Register
Week 2: June 16–21, 2024 Week 2 June 16–21, 2024
Availability: Closed
Week 7: July 21-26, 2024 Week 7 July 21-26, 2024
Availability: Closed

Schedule Overview

Here's an idea of what we'll be doing.

  • Schedule Overview
    Day Overview
    Day 1 Arrive, Intro Ride, and Campfire
    Day 2 Ride at camp, Shackleford Creek Swim, and High Ropes
    Day 3 Depart for Mt Shasta, Ride Mt Shasta, Swim
    Day 4 Sisson Callahan Trail in Mt Shasta, Pond time back at camp
    Day 5 Depart for Mt Ashland, Ride Mt Ashland
    Day 6 Ride Mt Ashland, Pond time at camp, Camp Closing

Get Ready to Ride!

Please review the information in this section to help you prepare for your week at camp.

  • Get fit to ride

    All campers should be ready to ride each day for a half to whole day and so should be physically fit in order to maximize enjoyment of the week. Download the Training Program PDF

  • Get your bike ready to ride before camp

    Bring your own bike. Each camper should bring their own bike for this camp. We recommend that you have your bike tuned up prior to camp so it's ready to go. If you don't have a bike that is suitable for a week of hard riding you can rent one at your local bike shop or contact us and we can help you with some good options for renting up in our neck of the woods.

    If using the bus for your trip, please be ready to remove a wheel if necessary and to put your bike under the bus in the luggage compartment. Blankets will be provided to wrap your bike in.

    Please note that e-bikes are not allowed on some of the Forest Service trails.

  • Get your gear ready
    • 2 Extra Tubes
    • Extra Chain Links
    • Helmet
    • Biking Gloves
    • Camel Back or backpack with two water bottles
    • Biking Shoes (flat soled and closed toe)
  • Keep your bike ready—Bike Maintenance Deposit

    Each Camper will be asked for a bike maintenance deposit of $100 to be put in the camp store to only be used for any maintenance on your bike during the week of camp. All unused deposit will be returned to you at the end of the week of camp.


Before Getting to Camp

  • Camping, Food, & Recreation
    • Campers at Mt Bike Camp will be camping under the stars or in tents while at camp. Some of our campers bring a sleeping pad or hammock to use for the week.
    • Meals are served in one of our outdoor kitchens or Dining areas; each meal has a gluten, dairy, and meat free option
    • When not biking, campers will spend time at local swimming holes and at the pond, playing field games, and ending each day with a campfire
  • Packing List
    • Mountain Bike (see the "Get Ready to Ride" section above for more details)
    • Warm sleeping bag and pillow
    • Warm-weather and cool-weather clothes
    • Jacket
    • Modest swimsuit (one-piece swimsuit for girls)
    • Shower/beach towel
    • Bathroom supplies (soap, shampoo, toothbrush, toothpaste)
    • Sunscreen
    • Water Bottle
    • Walking Shoes
    • Sandals for pond (flip flops ok)
    • Flashlight/headlamp
    • Bible w/pen or pencil

    *Please mark all items, including luggage, with camper's first and last name

  • Items not to bring
    • Cell Phones/Electronics
    • Expensive Cameras
    • Weapons
    • Alcohol or drugs
  • Shuttle Waiver

    We will be using a shuttle service to get from camp to the trails. Please fill out this waiver before arriving at camp.

    Shuttle Waiver
  • Important Food Policies
    • We will provide a vegetarian, gluten free and dairy free option at every meal. For Celiac, we will do our best to accommodate but cannot guarantee against cross contamination.
    • We are a peanut safe camp. We will not serve any peanut product out of the kitchen.
    • Please make sure you have listed the allergies in the medical forms when you register online.

    Read our complete food allergy policy here

Arrival & Departure

  • Arrival
    • Camp Arrival is between 4:00–5:00 PM on Sunday of your selected week
    • Put this address in your GPS: 2700 S Kidder Creek Rd, Etna, CA 96027
  • Departure
    • Parents, we invite you to join us for dinner on Friday night at 5 PM followed by a short camp closing time all together before your campers leave for the week by 6 PM.
    • The BBQ $8 per person, sign ups and payment can be done in your child's account.
  • Bus Transportation

    Bus Transportation from the Bay Area to Kidder Creek is available for an extra fee.

    Learn more here


Kidder Creek
2700 S Kidder Creek Rd
Etna, CA 96027
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