Medical Care & Information
Please alert us at least two weeks before your arrival of any person with special dietary restrictions. We may not be able to accommodate special diets if we do not know about them in advance but cannot accommodate “selective” eaters. Contact us at email@example.com if you have specific concerns.
Participant Medications/Routine Treatment
Due to the variability of medical policies throughout the schools that attend our program, Mountain Trail Outdoor School is prepared to handle first aid during your stay, but a teacher or one of your chaperones are expected to handle the administration of all routine medication and medical treatment (we can assist with storage of medication as needed).
Should any student/adult arrive ill or become ill during his/her stay, Mountain Trail Outdoor School reserves the right to request he/she be sent home to ensure the health/wellness of other participants.
Mountain Trail Outdoor School staff members have been trained in emergency procedures. All of our instructors have first aid and CPR training, and many are certified in wilderness first aid or as wilderness first responders.
Please read this parent letter from the Mountain Trail Outdoor School Director Meghan Hull.