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Summer Camp: Sky's the limit at Qwanoes

Camp Qwanoes offers new adventures every year so no summer is ever the same, says executive director Scott Bayley. "Last year we added a premier new attraction to our already-huge Challenge Course - we call it the Sky Station.
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The Sky Station has been added to Camp Qwanoes’ huge Challenge Course in the trees.

Camp Qwanoes offers new adventures every year so no summer is ever the same, says executive director Scott Bayley.

"Last year we added a premier new attraction to our already-huge Challenge Course - we call it the Sky Station. It towers amongst the trees in the heart of our camp providing 16 connected challenges up in the sky," says Bayley.

"This year we're taking it even higher. We're adding a 10 new elements and a brand new level - level three - which means there can be three levels of campers in the air at the same time."

Camp Qwanoes has been growing for 25 years and now offers over 75 activities for campers who come from Vancouver Island, Greater Vancouver and beyond.

"Yes, we have some amazing activities, especially in our trees and at our beach, and we even have a concrete skate park," says Bayley. "But what really makes a week at Qwanoes so special is the staff.

Each week there is a team of almost 200 carefullyscreened staff who love kids and desire to provide the greatest week of a child's life."

Camp Qwanoes is nestled beside Maple Mountain on a quiet bay in Crofton about one hour north of Victoria.

Qwanoes is a Christian camp where all are welcome. There is still some space available for this summer.

Check out more, including a video, at www.qwanoes.ca.

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