White Mountain Multi-Element Expedition

White Mountain Multi-Element Expedition

Sun, Jul 14, 2024 - Sat, Jul 27, 2024  (14 days)
  Ages: 13 - 15

The White Mountains are famous for their dramatic rocky summits and steep valleys, and boast the highest peaks in the northeast. This exciting multi-sport adventure connects many hidden gems of the Whites and introduces students to all of Kroka’s core adventure sports. We begin at Kroka Village preparing food and equipment for our extended expedition. Setting off on foot, we follow the Appalachian Trail up and over Mount Moosilauke (elevation 4,802) and down to a network of old logging roads perfect for practicing map and compass navigation. Switching from backpacks to mountain bikes, we travel for three days along stunning singletrack bike trails to the headwaters of the Pemigewasset River. Here we find canoes awaiting ready for a paddle down the swiftly-flowing river that takes us to the foot of one of the most famous rock climbing crags in New England. Along the way we will be rewarded with breathtaking views, practice low impact camping, and study geography, geology and ecology of the Eastern Alpine.


Moosilauke, Rumney, Plymouth

TUITION-SUMMER-TWO-WEEK-LEVEL-A:     $3705.00  Household Annual Income of $185,000 or more
TUITION-SUMMER-TWO-WEEK-LEVEL-B:     $3135.00  Household Annual Income of $100,000 - $185,000
TUITION-SUMMER-TWO-WEEK-LEVEL-C:     $2755.00  Household Annual Income of $70,000 - $99,000
TUITION-SUMMER-TWO-WEEK-LEVEL-D:     $2185.00  Household Annual Income of $50,000 - $69,000
TUITION-SUMMER-TWO-WEEK-LEVEL-E:     $1615.00  Household Annual Income of $30,000 - $49,000
TUITION-SUMMER-TWO-WEEK-LEVEL-F:     $1330.00  Household Annual Income up to $29,000