Adventure Travel Guides International (ATGI), Alpine Kayak, and Eagle Climbing + Fitness are teaming up to offer a unique and unforgettable multi-sport Adventure Camp for teens (ages 12+) in Eagle County. Campers will leave this week long day camp comfortable in both rock climbing and whitewater kayaking.
The camp begins indoors with climbing instruction at Eagle Climbing + Fitness on Monday, and then on Tuesday campers will take their skills outdoors and experience climbing on real rock in the White River National Forest with ATGI. Once they have mastered climbing, the camp will turn to kayaking, where campers will spend a half day getting comfortable in their kayaks on the lake before spending Wednesday afternoon and Thursday on Class II sections of our local rivers. Friday will combine the skills learned throughout the camp with a multi-sport day involving both kayaking and climbing outdoors in Glenwood Canyon.
This unique and fun multi-sport camp will be led by experienced, professional staff and all necessary equipment will be provided. We are currently limited to 6 campers per weeklong session.
Pricing is $399 per participant, cash or check only (made payable to ATGI).
Adventure Camp is offered during the following weeks:
Monday June 8 - Friday June 12
Monday July 6 - Friday July 10
Monday July 27 - Friday July 31
Monday August 10 - Friday August 14
Each day of the camp runs from 9am - 4pm. Pick up and drop off each day is at Eagle Climbing + Fitness (700 Chambers Ave. Unit 7A, Eagle CO 81631).
*After you complete this Sign Up, it is imperative that you sign the following liability waivers.
ATGI Liability Waiver
Eagle Climbing + Fitness Waiver
Alpine Kayak Waiver
COVID-19 Policies and Preventative Measures:
All staff and participants will be health screened before each outing.
a. No sickness within 14 days
b. No family members with sickness in past 14 days
c. Not experiencing any signs or symptoms of sickness
Passenger vans are limited to 50% capacity.
Staff and participants will maintain a minimum of 6 feet of social distance during the outing.
Staff will wear face coverings or masks throughout the day, and participants are expected to wear face coverings or masks at all times except while actively climbing.
Gloves are encouraged while belaying.
Staff and participants will provide their own drinking water, food, and utensils and will not share with others.
Sunscreen and/or bug repellent should be applied before the outing begins.
Participants are encouraged to bring their own hand sanitizer.
Any borrowed equipment will be sanitized at the end of the day.
|| Courtney Moore