Today the village divided up into three groups, with each camper deciding on the level and location of the hike they wanted to enjoy.  Our first group got better acquainted with Frost Valley trails, some of them rarely used by our guests, before returning back to main camp after lunch.  They then spent an hour in the village showering and resting before heading over to archery and waterfront. 

Our second group decided to hike Slide Mountain, one of the taller peaks here in the Catskills and only about four miles from camp.  Their biggest comment was that the trail was “rocky.” 🙂  The view at the top was good though, so the rocks didn’t matter as much!  They made it back just in time to jump into the gaga game and waterfront period.

Our third group hiked up Doubletop Mountain – a trailess peak right behind Frost Valley’s property.  They tackled the longest hike out of the three, and didn’t quite find the plane crash – but they think they were close!

About the Author

Zach eigenbrodt

Born and raised in Wisconsin, Zach couldn't keep himself out of the woods when growing up. He started working at a Northern Wisconsin YMCA Camp as a wilderness trip leader while in college and fell in love with getting kids into nature. The smiles on kids faces after returning from a once in a life time wilderness experience is why he is here today. Zach brought his talents to Frost Valley YMCA, in 2014, when he started as the Trips Coordinator and soon was promoted to Adventure Director. Zach loves all forms of Wilderness exploration, though some would say his heart lies most with canoeing.

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  • The Philhower’s

    Thanks for the blogs and the pictures!!!