Ready to get your summer adventure underway? Register for your Adirondack Trek today!
Sabattis Treks: 5 One-Week Treks for Troops & Individuals
Sabattis Adventure Camp also offers a full-service trek program. All of our treks are approved under the strict regulations of the New York State Health Department, the New York Department of Environmental Conservation, and the Boy Scouts of America. We follow the Outdoor Code and Leave No Trace to ensure a trek that will be both educational and fun.
Your group is provided with food, permits, transportation from starting and finishing points, Kevlar canoes, paddles, most group equipment, and a hot shower at the end of your trek! A Sabattis trek is less than a quarter of the cost of a Philmont or Northern Tier trek.
Trekkers are welcome to take part in Sunday and Friday camp activities at Sabattis Adventure Camp including opening and closing campfires, Sunday barbecue, Friday afternoon field day or water carnival, and shooting programs when you return from your trek (14+). (Programs are not available during week 5 treks when summer camp is closed. Instead, enjoy the quiet solitude of the Adirondacks.)
Base camp includes patrol box, wall tents with platforms, dining fly, cots and cooking gear. Let us know in advance if you need base camp cooking gear. Shower house is available.
Best of the Adirondacks Trek for Individual Campers
Come join us for this special canoe trek for individual campers to experience the best the Adirondacks has to offer!
COPE session at Sabattis Adventure Camp.
Canoe trek from Blue Mountain Lake on Monday and returning to Long Lake on Wednesday.
Free time at the public beach.
Dinner at an Adirondack hotel.
Paddle past Raquette Falls up to Axton Landing for your takeout on Friday.
Sabattis 2x4 Challenge
We are the only camp in the Northeast to offer this opportunity!
The Sabattis 2×4 Challenge is designed to put your teamwork to the test. Your crew (7 people) will be joined by a trained BSA Voyageur for the trek. Complete a 50-mile trek in our Ultralight Kevlar 4 seat 24-foot canoes! At the end of the week we will award you with our unique trek program patch. Additionally, we will add your unit number and year of completion on our wall of fame as a mini 2×4 under the 2×4 Challenge board in our trek center!
Guarantee Your Spot at Philmont: Watchu Sabattis Adirondack Trek
The Watchu Sabattis Adirondack Trek provides excellent crew preparation for Philmont team building and leadership development.
We offer treks for crews of all abilities with a choice of canoeing, hiking, fishing or combination treks
Types of Treks
TRAILBLAZER TREK – CANOEING – for younger first-timers
COMBINATION TREKS – CANOEING & HIKING
John Tirrell: [Map] Wakely Pond to Stony Creek Ponds – moderate to difficult
WILDERNESS TREKS – CANOEING if not specified (7 person max)
FISHING TREKS (7 person max)
BACKPACKING/HIKING TREKS (10 person max - group size will dictate route options)
Noah John Rondeau: Northville-Placid Trail from Long Lake to Averyville – moderate (7 person max)
Verplanck Colvin: Long Lake to ADK LOJ – moderate (7 person max)
Seneca Ray Stoddard: Skirt the High Peaks – moderate (7 person max)
Theodore Roosevelt High Peaks and Passes – strenuous (7 person max)
Orson Schofield Phelps: High Peaks and a Ridge Walk – extreme (7 person max)
Questions about Sabattis Treks? Contact Van Anderson • (973)765-9322 x421
Reservation/Payment/Paperwork questions? Contact Richard Hawkins • (973)765-9322 x225
The Warren Wheeler Adventureship is available to help families who need help covering the camp costs.