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Meals, Lodging, Program & Recreation
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. For more information and an application, please contact our friendly Registration staff.
|Week 5A: July 16–19, 2023 (Sun–Wed)||Week 5A||July 16–19, 2023 (Sun–Wed)||
Availability: Registering Soon
Here's an idea of what we'll be doing.
|Day 1||Arrive, settle in, ride at Kidder, campfire|
|Day 2||Ride at Mt Shasta Gateway Trail, McCloud Falls swimming and cliff jumping|
|Day 3||Ride at Mt Ashland, swim|
|Day 4||Ride at Kidder, head home|
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. We'll send you a workout regime to get you ready to have the most fun during this week of 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.
Please note that e-bikes are not allowed on some of the Forest Service trails.
*Please do not bring anything that would break your heart if you lost it!
Please label EVERYTHING with camper’s name.
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