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APPALACHIAN MOUNTAINS ADVENTURE
Rock Climbing, Rappelling, Mountain Biking, White Water Rafting, Spelunking
: Participants will do all of these activities in the Appalachian Mountains
of Pennsylvania. The first two days are spent rock climbing and rappelling in the
Appalachian Mountains. The second day involves the mountain bikes on single-track
paths through the mountains, followed by an evening of cave exploring. Finally, the trip
concludes with a day of white water rafting on the Youghiogheny River. This Class 3-4
river can challenge the experienced while allowing room for the novice. Each day will
lead to new physical and mental challenges. The staff will teach you the skills needed for
each activity. Don't worry if you've never been rock climbing or mountain biking before.
Most people haven't. On this trip you will learn dozens of new skills and gain confidence
as you complete each aspect of the adventure. Evening swims in mountain streams, a side
trip to a water park, and an evening spent in the Laurel Caverns round out the weeks
adventure. Trip Dates
: Participants assemble at The Grosse Pointe Academy on Sunday, July 7,
2013, at 9:00 a.m. We return on Friday, July 12, at 6:00 p.m. What Academy Adventures Provides
All camping equipment - tents, sleeping pads, sleeping bags, first aid, etc.
All climbing, mountain biking and rafting equipment - helmets, ropes, harnesses,
mountain bikes, kayaks, paddles, etc.
All cooking equipment - stoves, food, pots, pans, utensils, rain flies, etc. What you need to bring
: Everything on the personal equipment list. Who should enroll?
This adventure is geared to those who have little or no previous
experience. You do need to be in average physical shape. We reserve the right to
evaluate any applicant before accepting their application. Coed for seventh, eighth and
ninth grade students. Fee
: $675.00 Deadline for Registration
: May 10, 2013. However, trips are filled on a first come,
first serve basis. Number of Participants:
Maximum 13, minimum 8
APPALACHIAN MOUNTAINS ADVENTURE
Rock Climbing, Rappelling, Mountain Biking, White Water Rafting, Caving
Sunday, July 7
10:00 a.m. - Arrive Grosse Pointe Academy; depart at 10:10 a.m.
6:00 p.m. - Arrive Ohiopyle, Pennsylvania; set up camp, evening
swim Monday, July 8
Rock climbing and rappelling, tourist in town, evening swim
Tuesday, July 9
Rock climbing and rappelling, caving in the Laurel Caverns.
Wednesday, July 10
Mountain biking, evening trip to water park.
Thursday, July 11
White Water Rafting on the Yough. Evening final camp fire and
awards. Friday July 12
CLOTHING AND PERSONAL EQUIPMENT LIST FOR APPALACHIAN
The items listed below should be packed in a duffel bag or stuff sack of some type. Do not bring suitcases or any other type of "hard" luggage.
3 pairs of trousers (jeans) 7 T-shirts or golf-type shirts 8 changes of underwear 2 bathing suits 1 pair of Teva or tennis shoes (you don't mind getting wet) 1 polypropylene type upper layer (keeps you warm even when wet) 1 light-weight jacket 1 day pack (a must for rock climbing and biking) 1 pair snug-fitting tennis shoes (for climbing) 1 light, waterproof top layer (not a poncho) 2 ling sleeve upper layers 4 pairs of shorts 6 pairs of socks Up to $35.00 spending money 2 large garbage bags 1 windbreaker without a liner (this is not your waterproof top layer) pillow 2 towels boots (for the caving and mountain biking if you have them, they are not required, however, they are much safer than tennis shoes.
Toothbrush, toothpaste, soap in plastic container, shampoo, deodorant, 2 flashlights (1
extra is required for the caving and could be a head lamp) comb, 2 garbage bags, water
bottle with name on it and watch (water proof if you have one) Optional Items
Fishing pole, camera and film, sunglasses, chapstick, suntan lotion, insect repellent, bike
riding helmet NOTE
: All other camping equipment will be furnished including such items as first aid
equipment, tents, sleeping bags, climbing equipment, helmets, bikes, etc.
SAVE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
The Grosse Pointe Academy
Adventure Program Application
Name of Adventure_________________________________________
City, State, Zip____________________________________________
Name of Parents/ Guardians__________________________________
Name of adventure_________________________________________ Please make checks payable to Grosse Pointe Academy Adventures
Trips are filled on a first-come, first-serve basis.
The Grosse Pointe Academy does not discriminate on the bases of race, color, or ethnic
Please understand that Adventures trips require a great deal of
organization, time, and commitment. This summer we will work with sixteen different
organizations ranging from the U.S. Forest Service to private campgrounds. Each
organization has its own policies regarding registrations, refunds, and deadlines. Rather
than attempting to explain each one, we have developed our own policy.
G.P.A. Cancellation Policy: Cancellation is subject to a $25.00 processing fee and any
non-refundable expenses, or shared expenses incurred up to the point of cancellation.
Examples of these nonrefundable cost could be food purchased, airline tickets,
reservation fees with outfitters, vehicle rental fees, staffing cost, camping fees etc.
I have read and understand the above cancellation policy. The above named child has my
permission to participate in The Grosse Pointe Academy Adventure Program.
Academy Adventure Program Health Form
Child’s Name______________________________Age_________ Father’s Name___________________________Work Phone__________ Mothers Name___________________________Work Phone__________ If not available in an emergency, please notify: Name___________________________Relationship________Phone___________ Medical Insurance Company____________________________________ Policy Numbers_____________________________________________ Any Allergies?______________________________________________
Any restrictions on activities?___________________________________ Can your child swim? ____(check level) ___beginner___intermed.___advanced Date of last tetanus shot_________________ Other comments______________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ Below is listed the over-the-counter medications available to be dispensed by Mr. Fultz and staff to your child if deemed necessary. Please indicate (by crossing off and initialing) any medication you would not want administered to your child. (All medications would be dispensed according to the drug manufacturers dosage recommendations listed on the container. Solarcaine Spray (sunburn relief)
Robitussin Syrup (cough suppressant) Imodium
Campo-Phinique (burns, cold sores, antiseptic) I hereby grant permission for emergency medical, hospital, or clinic treatment necessary for my child,__________________________while he/she participates in the Academy Adventures Program. ______________ _____________________________ Date
Note: Any medication sent from home for your child must be in the pharmacy container labeled with your child’s name, and name of the medication. A signed letter from you authorizing administration of the medication and directions must accompany the medication.
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