This summer we did not want a pandemic to stop us from making it to camp. So we created a virtual Camp-To-Camp Hike for our 105 campers, their families and mentors, our alumni board, staff and trustees to join together as a team to complete.
Each team member found different ways to get active and their activity was converted into miles. By logging their daily activity they added to the team’s progress and moved us further along our route.
Starting at Camp Kawanhee in Weld, ME our route took us to:
Clearwater Camp in Minocqua, WI
Camp Kooch-i-ching and Ogichi Daa Kwe in International Falls, MN
Camp Thunderbird in Bemidji, MN
Then on to Colorado where we visited Colvig Silver Camps in Durango and Sanborn Western Camps in Florissant before finishing in Estes Park under the welcome sign at Cheley Camps.
5 thoughts on “Camp-To-Camp Hike”
This looks like an epic journey and a great opportunity! Thanks for your creativity!
You are making good progress!
Wow! Keep hiking! This is a wonderful way to connect this summer! I’m so glad to have know many “A Thousand Summer” campers over the years!