Lake Champlain Kayak Trek



 

A week of sea kayaking and camping on America’s Sixth Great Lake where some of the greatest inland sea kayaking can be found.

This trip is recommended for older, more experienced scouts in your troop. Kayak treks are 5 days of high adventure kayaking on Lake Champlain with challenging ocean water conditions likely. Kayaking or boating experience is helpful but not needed. Voyage distance expected to be 50-75 miles. 

Max. Group Size: 10 participants, 2 staff, total 12 in group.

Fees available in our Program Fees section.  Guide, meals, Kayak and trek equipment included. Note the additional fee for transportation and additional guide for Kayak Treks. 

Contact Summit Base for registration: (914)-449-2613 or monique.wicks@scouting.org

 

Summit Base Kayak Trek travels along the Lake Champlain Paddlers' Trail External Linkopened in 1996 to provide a safe, recreational corridor on the lake for human powered craft. Today, the Trail includes 43 locations on New York and Vermont public and private lands, providing access to more than 600 lakeshore and island campsites.  Our itineraries travel to the most remote areas of the lake along the New York Wilderness Areas. Also voyaging into the Vermont Islands as far north as North Hero State Park and East to Burton Island.

The Lake is a beautiful as she is wild giving paddlers both peace and adventure. The Paddlers Trail offers opportunity for a wild adventure as well as to slow down and move gracefully and quietly in concert with the rhythms of the lake. 

 

Scouts use the south wind to "sail" to their next destination.

Lunch break at "The Head" on Isle La MotteExternal Linkfamous for fossils dating back 480-million years.

 

Schyler Island beach. A pebble beach campsite along the south lake itinerary.