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Hiking Season Specials »

Midweek Special:  3 nights lodging for the price of 2 if you arrive:

August 8, 9, or 10; 15, 16, or 17

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High Camp Update »

Hiking Season Opens July 25, 2016

For the current status of cabin availability please go to our Booking Calendar.  We are accepting reservations for Hiking Season 2016. We book cabins one year in advance.

Family Rates Dramatically Extended

We are pleased to announce these dates when kids (up through age 17) stay free:

  • Hiking Season 2016: July 25 – Sept 29

Hiking Season 2016 opens July 25 and ends October 9, 2016

TESTIMONIALS

See what others say about Scottish Lakes!

Thank you for a wonderful weekend… »

April 12th, 2016

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Hi Chris,

After receiving the Newsletter I was reminded that we did not write to say a huge thank you to everyone who made our weekend truly wonderful! We knew it would be great but we did not realize that we would miss it. Even though our past weekend was full of activity and sun it was just not the same as our weekend at High Camp. We are certain we will be back next year.
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March 1st, 2016

Evergreen Endurance Logo

From an article by Evergreen Endurance Sports Coaching:

Last weekend we took a family vacation to Scottish Lakes High Camp. This is my third time up there this year (once with Tom, once for a woodcutting party, and most recently as a family vacation). I love that place.
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Find Yourself Above the Fray!

There's no place like Scottish Lakes High Camp.

Nestled against a high mountain ridge, our nine-cabin retreat provides a unique opportunity to recharge body and spirit. Pared down to the essential rustic comforts, High Camp allows you to pursue your favorite mountain activities, reconnect with friends and family, or reflect in an unparalleled natural setting.

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Recharge, reconnect and refuel above the Fray!

Trips, Trails, & Tours

Hiking with Kids »

View of the High Meadows from High Country Trail

During July, August and through September 29 the lodging for kids at Scottish Lakes High Camp is FREE! This is a great opportunity for families to get into the back country to hike. There are wonderful routes out of High Camp for any level of hiking. Families always want to know what trails are best for hiking with their kids. Three shorter hikes come to mind, although there are of course many more if your family has more hiking experience and can go a little longer.
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High Camp Happenings

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David and Debbie wood splitters extraordinaire!

July 23 & 24 – Summer Work Party

Crews include:  construction and repair, painting/staining, cabin set-up and trail maintenance. Choose your crew!

October 14 & 15 and October 21 & 22 – Woodcutting Weekends

Crews include:  splitting, stacking and chain saw cutting. Choose your crew!
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Around the Woodstove

Long-Toed Salamander »

Long-toed Salamander

Look what we found in the snow at mid mountain! For those of us who have very little knowledge of amphibians this was so surprising. This  is a mole salamander in the family Ambystomatidae. This species, typically 4.1–8.9 cm (1.6 to 3.5 in) long when mature, is characterized by its mottled black, brown, and yellow pigmentation, and its long outer fourth toe on the hind limbs, hence the name.
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Yesterday

Snowline »

High Meadows late April snowshoe

In the past we have always been open to the end of April. Our final weekend usually was celebrated with a ski to the High Meadows. Of course even this year there will be snow in these high elevations at the end of April and also clear into late June. The difference is the melt out at lower elevations. 
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