Seneca Waterways Council - Massawepie Outdoor Challenges: 6th Annual Arctic Challenge

Massawepie Outdoor Challenges: 6th Annual Arctic Challenge

Event Details

6th Annual Massawepie Artic Challenge​

Where: Massawepie Scout Camp- Gannett Lodge

When: January 18-21, 2019 Martin Luther King Day Weekend.

What: Stay at Massawepie and experience the Adirondacks in the winter. Stay in heated Gannett Lodge or bring your cold weather gear and give the Voyageur lean-to a try. Guided activities will be planned for the entire weekend. Participants will have the opportunity to take part in any and all events that they are interested in.                                                                 

Activities may include (depending on weather and unit selections):

  • Possible activities; down-hill skiing, tubing, ice skating, broom ball.  All weather dependent
  • Tour of the Wild Center, the Natural History Museum of the Adirondacks
  • Ice fishing
  • Snowshoeing
  • Winter outdoor activities
  • Winter hiking

Weekend fee is $110.00 per person (Scouts and Adults) which includes: Lodging, meals (Saturday breakfast thru Monday lunch), activities, one ticket to the Wild Center, bandana, and all other activities throughout the weekend. Transportation not provided.    

Space is limited to 48 Scouts and 16 leaders. 

Troops, Crews or Explorer Posts must sign up by January 2, 2019

Units should register online, no paper forms are accepted.

Questions regarding the program should be brought to Ben Geiger, Massawepie Ranger at 518-359-3900 or ben.geiger@scouting.org

 


Deborah Swift
Camping & Program Support / Assistant to the Director of Support Services
deborah.swift@scouting.org
585.241.8545
Burt & Chuck August Scout Service Center
2320 Brighton Henrietta Town Line Rd
Rochester, New York 14623
Email: info@senecawaterways.org
Phone: 585.244.4210
When & Where


Friday 01-18-2019 5:00 PM to
Monday 01-21-2019 10:00 AM
Massawepie Scout Camps
More Information
65 Massawepie Rd
Tupper Lake, New York 12986
Phone: 518.359.2281
Fax: 518.359.2007

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