Check back as registration progresses for this year's activities and more info on off campus trails.
Volunteer-led workshops are a long tradition at our Gathering. Sign up to lead a workshop as part of your Pitch-In participation when you register.
Workshops vary from year to year. Here are some ideas from past years. You can lead one of these, or something else. Share with us your creativity and expertise! If you think of something after you register or you're looking for other ideas, just send us an email to: email@example.com
Arts & Crafts
We need your help with planning and organizing our evening activities.
In the past, evenings have included:
If you want to tackle one of these, or if you have your own fabulous idea for an evening activity, please sign up during registration, or send us an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
This is your chance to participate on the national level in Women Outdoors. Find out what's happening from the board of directors. Participate in the election process, and perhaps join the board. All members are encouraged to attend.
Our keynote speaker is Cheryl Suchors, author of 48 PEAKS, Hiking and Healing in the White Mountains, which won a Silver Medal from Independent Book Publishers Awards in 2019. Stay tuned for more information about Cheryl and her keynote address.
We'll be kayaking and canoeing on Snyder's Lake: 100-acres, 0.7 mile length, 1.9 miles of shoreline. There is swimming, boating and fishing in the pond. A swim dock provides waterfront activity choices.
We will have available to us 6 canoes and 12 sit-upon kayaks, as well as paddles and PFDs. You can bring your own kayak or canoe and/or paddles and PFDs.
We are planning on offering kayaking and canoeing classes again led by ACA certified instructors Bonna and Deb. Stay tuned!
Free time paddling on your own or with friends will always be available.
There's no shortage of hiking trails and waterfalls in the area, most less than 10 miles from Camp Scully.
Here are just two of the trails. We will have trail maps and driving directions available to download for many of these area trails, prior to the Gathering.
Only 7 miles from camp, the 92-foot waterfall is one of the most iconic spots on the Rensselaer Plateau. There are 3 trails available.Read More
Burden Pond Preserve Trail
"The falls at Burden Pond is one of those hidden gems that continue to surprise, even after finding the first set of waterfalls on the creek. There are several very small drops in the creek between the three larger waterfalls on the Wynants Kill (creek) above the pond. All are accessible via trails located near the creek". Continue Reading
Biking Trails NearbyMore Info from NY Trails Heads
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For detailed information on our lodging options: Lodging Options
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