Putnam Camp is a small (capacity is 40 guests), not-for-profit, rustic family resort in the High Peaks region of the Adirondacks. Established in 1877, the Camp is a place where families and individuals come to vacation. The chief activity is climbing (hiking, in non-Adirondack terms). The Camp provides rooms or small cabins and three meals a day for guests. There is no planned activities program. Our staff totals nine, including two managers. All staff members have one full day off per week. Most weeks we are able to have another half day off. All positions offer salary, room, board and the use of laundry equipment. The Camp has a friendly, close-knit atmosphere, and staff are encouraged to participate in its social life. The work schedule allows time for hiking, exploring, and enjoying the area. We have a strong preference for non-smokers. Our 2005 season is June 26 until Labor Day weekend, Saturday, September 3.