This wilderness tripping camp adheres to Quaker values. Six to eight campers, led by two counselors, go on each trip. Participants may rock climb on Deer's Leap; reroute a part of the Appalachian Trail; canoe on Maine's Flagstaff Lake; hike a 5000-foot peak in the White Mountains; or scale Camel's Hump on Vermont's Long Trail to see the sunset, then return for sunrise a few hours later. While on these trips, campers develop such outdoor living skills as fire building, cooking, knot making, and facility with a map and compass.
|Name||Saltash Mountain Camp|
|Program Focuses & Features||Boating, Canoeing, Conservation, Crafts, Drama, Exploration, Farming, Hiking, Mountain Trips, Music, Outdoor Education, Peace/Cross-cultural Studies, Rock Climbing, Swimming, Ultimate Frisbee, Wilderness Camping, Wilderness Canoeing|
|Age Range||Residential — Coed Ages 11-14|
|Director||Jeff Bounds, Director|
|Residential Fee||$2625-7675, 3½-7 weeks.|
|Sponsor||Farm and Wilderness Foundation|
|Dates & Sessions||June-Aug; 3 sessions, 3½-7 weeks long|