Winter Trip Lottery 2018
Teens To Trails
Outing Club Gear
5 Sleeping Pads (lightly used) to add to your Outing Club gear collection. We will drop off at your school or schedule a pick up to Brunswick office :)
Maine Huts & Trails
Carrabassett Valley, ME
Enjoy spring hiking or mountain biking in the beautiful western Maine mountains, and end your day in the comforts of one of our huts (think beautiful eco-lodges!); Grand Falls, Flagstaff, Poplar, or Stratton Brook.
Maine Huts & Trails would like to offer your club a discounted overnight at one of our our huts during our fall self-serve season which runs from March 26th-June 21st. Self-serve means you pack in and pack out your food. You have use of all hut facilities including a fully equipped commercial kitchen. There will be a hut caretaker to answer any questions and tell you more about the area. Cost is $12 a person, for your Outing Club.
Salt Pump Climbing Co.
Rock-climbing is here to stay!
Join Salt Pump Climbing Co. this fall for a 3-hr climbing event for 10-12 students. $15/person including 1.5 hours for climbing safety/technique instruction.
Dates to be worked out with Salt Pump staff (must be over by 4:00pm). http://www.saltpumpclimbing.com/
Equinox Guiding Service
Join Equinox for a half day (four hours course) for up to 8 students at only $25.00/student. Dates & location to be organized directly with the Camden Climbing staff. Dates are flexible and can be an after-school activity as well. Check out www.camdenclimbing.biz to learn more.
Midcoast Conservancy's Hidden Valley Nature Center
Come enjoy a two night hut rental at Midcoast Conservancy’s Hidden Valley Nature Center. HVNC comprises of 1,000 acres, rich with a variety of habitat and terrain including over a mile of shore front on Little Dyer Pond. Miles of multi-use trails, rolled groomed XC ski trails, several rustic huts and tent sites are available for you. Trails are knit together to give you access to one of the most ecologically diverse and undeveloped tracts of forestland in the Midcoast. https://www.midcoastconservancy.org/