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Adventure Camp – Residential Camp

Ages 12-14 | $655

Get ready to travel for week of adventure in the high-country with Catamount’s professional outdoor guides.  The lodges at Golden Bell will be your home for the week and their kitchen will keep us well supplied with delicious meals.  Challenge yourself on their high ropes course and enjoy fishing and kayaking on their ponds.  Explore Colorado’s mining history on a behind the scenes tour at the
Cripple Creek and Victor gold mine.  Wrap up the week with a tent camp out with the live wolf pack at Rocky Mountain Wildlife Foundation.  The adventure begins with you this summer in Catamount Institute’s Adventure Camp.

  • Teambuilding
  • Fishing & kayaking
  • High Ropes Course
  • Tour a working gold mine
  • 3 Nights in cabins and 1 in a tent at the Rocky Mountain Wildlife Foundation
  • Meet a live wolf pack
  • All meals included

June 19-23
Dropoff Monday 9:00am
Pick-up Friday 4:00pm
Drop off in Colorado Springs or at the Camp!

 

 

Please familiarize yourself with our Camp Policies and Procedures

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is camp drop off?

Colorado Springs at Catamount Institute if riding the van otherwise camp drop off is at:

Golden Bell Camp 380 Co Rd 512, Divide, CO 80814

Can I get a ride from Colorado Springs?

Sign your camper up to ride in the vans with us from Catamount Institute in Colorado Springs.  Catamount Institute is located at 740 W. Caramillo St. Colorado Springs, CO 80907 MAP. There is a $25 fee to ride in the van round trip.

What time is the camp drop off and pick up?

Drop off for the van in Colorado Springs will be 8:15am Monday June 19 and pick up 5:00pm Friday June 23

Drop off at the camp will be at 9:45am Monday June 19 and pickup will be 3:30pm Friday June 23.

Where is the tent overnight?

We will be Golden Bell Monday-Wednesday but camping in tents at the Rocky Mountain Wildlife Foundation, in Guffy Colorado,  Thursday night.(We provide the tents.)

What should I bring ?

Clothing:

  • Hat- wide-brimmed or baseball cap-type
  • Warm stocking-type hat
  • Short sleeved shirts 3-4 (at least one synthetic – not cotton – shirt)
  • Long sleeved shirts 2-3 (at least one synthetic material)
  • Light jacket or heavy sweater (non-cotton, fleece is good)
  • Light mittens or gloves
  • Shorts 3-4 pair (at least one synthetic pair)
  • Long pants- 1-2 pair
  • Underwear 5-6 pair
  • Socks 5-6 pair (at least one pair good synthetic/wool)
  • 2 pair close-toed shoes
  • 1 pair hiking-type boots

Rain Gear  – MANDATORY

  • Durable rain coat
  • Rain Pants

 Overnight Gear:

  • Headlamp and extra batteries
  • Pillow
  • Sleeping bag – Call us if you don’t have a sleeping bag we have one you can borrow.
  • Towel & washcloth
  • Toiletries: Brush or comb, toothbrush & paste, soap, shampoo, and conditioner
  • Feminine hygiene products if necessary
  • Large backpack or duffle bag for all belongings

 EVERY Day Essentials:                                                        

  • Daypack
  • 2 Filled & durable water bottles (Please bring at least 3L in capacity)                                           
  • Sunscreen and lip balm
  • Bandanna
  • Sunglasses
  • Medications in original containers with prescriber notes (see registration forms).

Optional:

  • Glasses secure strap to keep glasses on during adventure activities
  • Insect repellent
  • Cards, books, games, field guides
  • Camera
  • Binoculars
  • Stamps, Cards, Pens or Pencils
  • Climbing shoes/ harness for outdoor rock climbing and rappelling

What NOT to bring:

  • Cell phones, Video Games, TVs, radios, i-pods or other mp3 players, knives, or other weapons – (if your student brings these items they will be held by staff members until the end of camp on Friday)

Please familiarize yourself with our Camp Policies and Procedures

Have questions call Chris at 719-471-0910 x106 or click here to contact us!

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Catamount Institute
740 West Caramillo St.
Colo Spgs, CO 80907
Phone: (719) 471-0910
Fax: (719) 471-0910
Website: www.catamountinstitute.org
Email: info@catamountinstitute.org