Weekend Trip: Women In The Woods at Great Camp Sagamore – The Outdoor Women

sagamore lakeCanoe and hike in the perfect Adirondack autumn. Meet others who accept nature as their path to revitalization and renewal. Spend time with other women friends. Spend time in solitude. Spend time in learning. Create an unforgettable weekend.

September 17-19, 2005
Instructor: Jen Hunter
Fee: $335 per person; includes accommodations, meals, and guided trips for the whole weekend.

P.O. Box 40
Raquette Lake, NY 13436-0040
(315) 354-5311

Sagamore is able to offer you the rare privilege of staying and learning in a National Historic Landmark. As a guest at Sagamore, you will be accommodated in our authentic historic buildings in (mostly) double occupancy rooms with twin beds and bathrooms in the hallways. Our chef will carefully prepare buffet meals served in our paneled dining room with splendid views of Sagamore Lake. In addition to instruction, you will be invited to enjoy our 20 miles of hiking trails, canoeing, and tennis as options during your scheduled program. There are no telephones in rooms and no TV, so your relaxation is assured. For a few short days, live in a camp community enjoying the natural beauty of the Adirondacks. Expect astonishing views of the stars, the scent of balsam in the air, campfires, and crystal-clear drinking water. Sagamore is not a hotel, motel, or resort. It is instead, a complete experience in learning and living a “bit of history” in an incomparable setting. Sagamore Institute is a non-profit organization that operates this National Historic Landmark.

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