On Overland students: "Every student is different and may have his or her own particular interest, so finding out what these are is always a fun part of the trip. I've seen students become equally excited about hiking somewhere they've never been as they have about learning indigenous phrases from local languages. Regardless of the specific focus, it's always great to see one's students find something that they take into their own hands."
A Harvard College graduate, David is living in Lake Placid, New York, serving as the Academic Coordinator for a new ‘Winter Semester School’ run through the New York Ski Educational Foundation (NYSEF).
A rising senior at Colorado College, Fiona received an expedition grant from the Ritt Kellogg Memorial Fund to spend two weeks backpacking with three friends in the Bridger-Teton Wilderness in Wyoming in 2012.
We still have spots left for girls and boys on a number of trips. Please take a look at availability below: Do you have a 4th, 5th or 6th grade daughter who is interested in a one-week or two-week introductory trip in New England or out West? Check out Berkshire Adventure (Sunday, June 29 to […]