The Wenonahs are currently on a 3-day canoe trip that took them from Axton Landing to Tupper Point along the Raquette River.
The Auroras are exploring the Pharaoh Wilderness in the eastern central Adirondacks near Schroon Lake. They are on a 3-day overnight that has some great terrain and has Pharaoh Lake, the largest lake in the Adirondacks that is completely surrounded by forest preserve.
The IV is canoeing a large portion of the famous 90 Miler Canoe Race.
They began on First Lake of the Fulton Chain and will make it to Eighth Lake. This unique waterway is also part of the Northern Forest Canoe trail which begins in Old Forge and ends 740 miles later in Fort Kent, Maine.
The Trail Camp just completed a 4-day stint in the High-Peaks. They climbed 5 high peaks and including Marcy and Haystack. Check out some cool photos of their trip here.
The OP went on an overnight trip on a large island on Eight Lake. The spent two days exploring the island, swimming, and paddling.
Our youngest girl's division spent an overnight at a lean-to on the Moose River near camp. They hiked out to the river, set up camp, and by all accounts had a great time.
The Ranger Post split up their division for their last trip. Half of them went on a canoe trip from First Lake to Raquette Lake (about 20 miles in a canoe), and the other half went to the Pharaoh Wilderness where the Auroras are currently.