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The Ranger School Outing Club

Founded 2002.
Advisors: J. Savage and T. O'Mara

Some people only dream of living in the Adirondacks. The Ranger School Outing Club gives students the opportunity to experiencing the beauty and recreational opportunities that the mountains, lakes, streams and trails of the Adirondacks have to offer. Two or three adventures are organized each semester, and each is led by a Ranger School faculty or staff member. Outings occur on weekends and/or holidays, when class is not in session. Outings are open only to current students, faculty and staff.

Past adventures include:

  • Cat Mt. hike, Five Ponds Wilderness
  • Oswegatchie River paddle
  • Mt. Marcy winter ascent
  • Trapp Dike, Mt. Colden
  • Wolf Mt. and Grass Pond Mt. bushwhack
  • Hudson River rafting
  • Downhill skiing/snowboarding at Gore, Whiteface, and Titus
  • Waterfall tour, Grass River
  • Adirondack Museum tour
  • Colvin Crew excursions
  • Ampersand Mt., winter ascent
  • And many others!

See you on the next adventure?

  • rafting
  • hiking in the snow
  • hiking
  • red leaves
  • a group of students ready to go rafting
  • In front of the Whiteface Mountain ski area
  • hiking
  • a group of students