Note: These activities are scheduled by skill level. If you would like see a comprehensive list of all activities offered at camp, click here.
Beginner: No experience
Intermediate: In good physical condition. Has climbed before, can tie harness, and is aware of belay commands.
Advanced: Knows figure 8 and square knots. Can use belay commands and climb 5.6.
Intermediate: Strong swimmer would like to start competition
Advanced: Swims with a club team and wants competitive workouts
Intermediate: Formal instruction for at least one year.
Advanced: Formal instruction for at least two years and participated in a recital.
Intermediate: Able to form and strum basic chords and chord progressions.
Advanced: Proficiency in playing all major and minor chords as well as bar chords. Able to strum with rhythm and knowledge of major and minor scales.
Beginner: No experience through front and back rolls
Intermediate: Cartwheels and basic bounces on trampoline
Advanced: Levels IV and up.
Beginner: No experience but can swim at least 100 yards
Intermediate: Some experience. Can perform a wet exit, T-rescue, and swim at least 100 yards.
Advanced: Has on-side roll, participated in river trips, must swim 300 yards.
Note: Kayaking begins for rising 4th grade and up.
Intermediate: At least one summer of experience at camp or elsewhere. Able to bike uphill for 5 minutes without rest.
Advanced: Experience biking on trails. Must be able to bike uphill for 10 minutes without rest.
Note: Mountain Biking begins for rising 5th grade and up.
Beginner: No experience through unaided walk.
Intermediate: Unaided walk and posting trot.
Advanced: Walk, trot, canter, possibly started over fences.
Beginner: No experience through swim 10 yards acceptable stroke
Intermediate: Swim 25 yards through 100 yards; front dive from side
Advanced: Swim 300 yards
Beginner: No experience through inconsistent back board work
Intermediate: Consistent groundstrokes and some experience volleying, knows rules and how to score
Advanced: Can play the game, ready for lower level intramural or tournament play
Intermediate: Familiar with the sport and basic techniques. Knows positions and how to bump, set and spike.
Advanced: Currently playing on a club or school team.
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