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TW0522: 6-Day Teens High Huts Adventure: White Mountains, NH (14 - 16)

Date and Time

Sunday, July 17, 2022 9:00AM - Friday, July 22, 2022 3:00PM

Location

Joe Dodge Lodge,
New Hampshire, White Mountains,
NH

Registration

Registration is required for this activity.

Overview

Adventures using the AMC's high hut system explore the rugged beauty of New Hampshire's White Mountains. Participants will learn about mountain ecology and public lands as they build camaraderie and conquer the challenge of New England's highest peaks. Activities include day hiking, trail work, and backpacking to the huts. Varied levels of outdoor experience and skills are welcome. All will enjoy this trip, which will emphasize the group experience as well as skills development. This trip (TW0522) can be combined with TW0622, AMC's 6-day Teens High Huts Adventure on July 23 - 28, 2022, which explores the Northern Presidential Mountains. The combination creates a 12-day trip with the transition night (7/22/22) spent at Camp Dodge with AMC staff supervision. All three trip components must be booked individually. Accommodations: July 17 - Camp Dodge Trails Center July 18 - Camp Dodge Trails Center July 19 - Lonesome Lake Hut July 20 - Greenleaf Hut July 21 - Greenleaf Hut July 22 - Pick up at 3:00 pm Day 1 - Participants meet each other and the AMC staff at the Pinkham Notch Visitor's Center. The morning includes getting to know each other, covering logistics and expectations, and thoroughly checking personal gear. After lunch, the group heads out for a day hike in the area and then travels 5 miles down the road for the night at AMC's Camp Dodge Trails Center. Day 2 - Post hearty breakfast, the group will spend day two working on improving a hiking trail in need of upkeep. Trained Camp Dodge trail staff offers necessary safety guidelines as well as the tools and techniques of trail work. All group members help pack in lunch and tools to the trail work site, which will be selected with the group in mind. Days 3 - 6 After being transported to Franconia Notch, participants shoulder their packs full of clothes and lunches for four days of hiking surrounded by the region's fabulous forests, streams, and vistas. Night destinations include Lonesome Lake and Greenleaf Huts with two nights at Greenleaf allowing for exploration of the famed Franconia Ridge, its uninterrupted wilderness views and great rocky summits. AMC's Hut Crews prepare breakfast and dinner. Participants pack personal gear, their sleeping bag, and lunches. Camp Dodge and the High Huts have one person bunks in non-gendered bunk rooms with bathrooms and individual stalls for changing and privacy. Bunk room size ranges from 4 to 16 bunks per room. Non-trip guests use the facility at the same time as Teen Wilderness groups. All facility guests will eat together and use shared facilities, like single-stall rest rooms. Teen Wilderness staff provide active oversight and will sleep near participants for supervisory purposes.

AMC Trip Policy

Cost*

Starting at:

Youth: $2,150 member / $2,389 non-member
*Instruction, transportation during the course, all meals from lunch the first day through lunch the last day, lodging and/or camping fees as relevant to the trip itinerary, and group camping equipment (tents, stoves, pots/pans, etc.) if part of the program. Participants can borrow some personal gear free of charge (sleeping bag, rain gear, backpacks). To apply for a full or partial scholarship, please fill out this form- https://forms.gle/PRLKHvHFNRHjs61g9.

Click map for driving directions
Cooling off along the way.

Activities

Backpacking
Conservation
Hiking
Instruction (Skills)
Leadership Training
Education

Offered By

AMC Staff

Status

Full

Nearby AMC Destinations

Greenleaf Hut
Lonesome Lake Hut
Pinkham Notch Visitor Center
Camp Dodge
Joe Dodge Lodge

Difficulty

Easy

Audience

Teens


Contact



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Contact


The AMC's field educators are dedicated, energetic, and talented leaders who want to work with youth. Our educators are trained in program curricula and emergency protocols, are certified in wilderness first aid, and have backcountry skills and experience. They come from a variety of backgrounds and life experiences and are committed to providing youth with a fun and educational experience in the outdoors while prioritizing the safety of all participants. Two educators are assigned to trips.