Liv Kindfuller is a 20-year-old English and International Relations double Major at Lehigh University in Pennsylvania. She was born in New Jersey, moved to Los Angeles at five for two years, before finally settling down in Maryland.
She has been going on hiking and camping trips since she was 10 and has backpacked in Maine, the Swiss Alps, and across Wyoming and Utah. While in the Alps, she was nearly run over by stampeding cows twice, sparking a “phobia” of wild cows that persists to this day. Liv also enjoys rafting, kayaking, and canoeing and has earned a WFR (wilderness first responder) certificate. Besides outdoor activities, Liv loves reading, writing, traveling, and theater.
This will be her first year at Adirondack Camp, and she is most excited to get to know the community, the area, and the campers. She will be a trip leader and hopes to help teach kids to respect nature, enjoy challenges, and find peace surrounded by wilderness.