Photo at left by P. Alex Comeau '11; center and right photos by Assistant Registrar Kevin MacKenzie
St. Lawrence University's Outing Club, the second-oldest such organization
in the country, once again succeeded in placing students at the top of all
46 "high peaks" of the Adirondack Mountains during Peak Weekend, held
September 24 through 26, 2010.
it is estimated that over 400 people participated in this year's version of the tradition,
which began in the early 80's. The University has placed students, alumni, faculty, staff and parents on the top of all of the
range's high peaks (those over 4,000 feet) many times since
the annual event began. This year, as in the past, several athletic teams as well as clubs and theme floors participated in groups.
Peak Weekend is organized by the Outing Club. In addition to the goal of getting
people on all of the high peaks during peak fall foliage time, the main goal of
the event is to introduce students to all that the region has to offer for outdoor
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Posted: September 27, 2010