NEEd TO KNOWS
SUMMER CAMPS ARE STILL A GO!
Summer camp is NOT canceled, but it will look different this year. Due to provincial measures to stop the spread of COVID-19, we will not be offering any overnight youth camps this summer. Instead, we have restructured our programming to provide family camps and day camps.
We know our location is remote, so we recommend families of day-campers stay in the area. Families are welcome to stay in one of our cabins for $95/night; email to reserve a cabin. For those with RVs, we recommend staying at the Fish Lake Campground or the Upper Shunda Creek Campground.
DAY CAMP DROP-OFF & PICK-UP INFORMATION
Campers will arrive here at Frontier Lodge at 9:00 AM and pick-up will be at 4:30 PM each day. Lunch is provided by Frontier Lodge.
30 or more days before the start of camp or with a physician's order, all but $50 is refundable. Less than 30 days before the start of camp, all but $100 or the 50% deposit (whichever is less) is refundable.
Substitutes are not permitted. No refunds will be made for dismissals due to disciplinary action, late arrivals, or early departures.
**In the event that Summer Camps are canceled due to COVID-19, full refunds will be issued.
FRONTIER LODGE CANCELLATION POLICY
FAMILY ADVENTURE CAMP
$400 - Adults and Youth 11 and over
$200 - Children 10 and under
JUNE 29 - JULY 2
Family adventures not only create life-long memories, they can create deeper bonds and greater confidence for each family member! This summer, we are excited to work with you to customize a four-day adventure experience to fit your family.
Activity options will include mountain biking, canoeing, and hiking, and can be customized for each family group! Stay in our cabin on-site--we will provide meals at your cabin to facilitate good social distancing--and experience adventures during the day!
PATHFINDERS DAY CAMP (11-13)
Fill your days in the pine-scented mountain air and spend your evenings telling your family about what you did! We’ll keep things safe as we introduce you to mountain biking, hike to special spots, and take you out in the canoe. You belong here this summer!
Trying out your paddle strokes in your canoe
Introduction to mountain biking
Getting a taste for the mountains on a hiking adventure.
[NEW] ALL GIRLS
DAY CAMP (13 -17)
Our excellent female instructors are invested in empowering young women through outdoor adventures, and they are stoked for our All-Girls Day Camp! Come spend 4 days trying out new skills in an encouraging environment as we go hiking, canoeing, and mountain biking. This camp is for girls of any skill level who are ready to team up and venture beyond their comfort zone.
MT. BIKING LEVEL 1
DAY CAMP (13-17)
New or interested in getting into mountain biking? Ready to ride some single-track trails? Learn fundamental bike handling skills while our instructors teach you safe and fun riding techniques through personal coaching and daily instructional times.
Skill clinics and coaching will teach you about fundamental mountain biking skills such as:
Climbing and descending positions
Riding easy to medium difficulty cross country and downhill trails
Rent one of our mountain bikes for free!
No specific mountain biking skills required: if you’re comfortable riding a bike for an extended period of time up and down hills, you’re good to go!
MT. BIKING LEVEL 2
DAY CAMP (14-18)
So, you’ve got your fundamentals down and now you’re ready to take your bike new places. Keep shredding with us! Each day will include instruction and coaching, and our staff will make sure your skills are challenged while keeping things safe.
Bike: Bring your own bike, being sure that the quality is at least as good as the Rocky Mountain Growler 20
Riding Level: We ask that campers are comfortable riding any blue trail and some black trails.
Skill Outcomes & Clinics:
Riding on the dual slalom course
Confidently riding medium difficulty cross country trails
Riding the flow trail
Advanced body positioning through steeps and corners
Learn to flow on moderate all-mountain and downhill terrain
In-depth looks into line choice both up and downhill
Progress toward moderate technical terrain features such as: intermediate drops and jumps, tabletops, medium doubles, hip jumps, steep rolls
Riders coming to Level 2 Bike Camp should be able to use these skills on single track terrain:
Proper braking technique
Climbing and descending positions
Ride easy technical terrain features
S.A.L.T DAY CAMP
(SUMMER ADVENTURE LEADERSHIP TRAINING 14-18)
SALT is about preparing highschool-aged folks with leadership skills, and we use adventure experiences to do it! At S.A.L.T., you are more than a camper. You are a leader preparing to take on all that God has for you.
The following activities will be used to develop
your leadership skills:
Summit Hiking Day
Experiential Leadership Training
Team Building Activities
We can’t wait to watch you grow to the next level!
INDIGENOUS FAMILY CAMP
$20 Ages 11 and up
$10 Ages 10 and under
JULY 6 - 9
Inviting all First Nations youth and their families! Family adventures not only create life-long memories, they can create deeper bonds and greater confidence for each family member!
This summer, we are excited to work with you to customize a four-day adventure experience to fit your family. Activity options will include mountain biking, canoeing, and hiking, and can be customized for each family group!
Stay in our cabin on-site--we will provide meals at your cabin to facilitate good social distancing--and experience adventures during the day!
INDIGENOUS DAY CAMP (11-18)
Inviting all First Nations youth! This camp is designed for those who live near-by, or whose families would like to camp in the area for the week. Come for four days filled with great friends and big adventures. You will try out new experiences like mountain biking, mountain climbing, and whitewater paddling. Throughout the week our staff will teach, coach, and encourage you every step of the way. You belong here this summer!