Monday, June 8, 2015

Shelter & Trail Part of Adventure Camp

As they have done for the past couple of years, the local Whitetail Ski Resort is offering a teenager adventure camp in the summer later this month.  The kids will kayak, fish, hike, and camp...with the hiking part being along the Tuscarora Trail and the camping part being at the Reese Hollow Shelter where I am overseer.

The front of the Whitetail brochure:

My first Potomac Appalachian Trail Club (PATC) group work trip was to construct the fire pit at then brand-spanking-new Reese Hollow Shelter in 2013 so I can well imagine the tired kids hanging out at the first at the end of their trip.  This is the welcome sight they will see as they make the last turn off the Tuscarora for the 1 mile downhill to the shelter:
Image credit Gary

Whitetail's web site is here if you want to learn more of the details of this adventure camp.  Please note that I have no financial interest in this activity, though I'm wholeheartedly endorse it.

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