Event, Venue & Location Info
Infinitus - The Endurance Society
What is The Endurance Society?
The Endurance Society® is an organization that is dedicated to providing extraordinary physical and psychological adventures to the endurance community.
Andy Weinberg, Infinitus Race Director
Founded in 2014, the mission of The Endurance Society is twofold: To create unique, life-changing, and mind-blowing experiences for adventure enthusiasts, and to utilize our members for community involvement.
The Endurance Society embodies physical strength, mental fortitude, integrity, loyalty, courage, teamwork, and the indomitable human spirit. We encourage athletes and adventure seekers from all disciplines to join us, and to continue challenging and supporting one another.
About Andy Weinberg
Andy teaches Health, Human Movement and Sport at Castleton University. He is a member of Killington Search & Rescue and serves on the Board of Directors for Special Olympics Vermont.
Andy has been directing endurance events for 20 years. He started the McNaughton Ultra-marathons in Illinois, Peak Adventure Racing, and co-founded the Spartan Race.
His endurance accomplishments include double, triple, and quintuple ironman triathlons, a 1,200-mile, solo bike ride from Illinois to Vermont, open-water swimming events, adventure races, and ultra-distance trail races.
Andy also enjoys skiing, hiking, mountaineering, exploring, paddling, and spending time with his family. He currently resides in Mendon, Vermont with his wife Sloan and his daughters Grace and Jade.
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The Silver Towers Camp
The Silver Towers Camp for People with Disabilities is the Chief Charitable Project of the Vermont Elks Association, which has owned and operated Silver Towers since 1958. It is among the first of its kind in the United States, and still remains one of the very few.
An overnight retreat for those with mental and physical challenges, the camp demands more focused attention than others, and thus has a high ratio of counselors to campers to accommodate the special needs of the campers.
Silver Towers is an extraordinary residential camp for people of all ages with disabilities who are physically and mentally challenged.
Silver towers gives campers the social skill and personal enrichment they seek – not to mention a world of challenges.
Learn more about Silver Towers Camp by clicking below:
What is the Elks Club?
A fraternal order with hundreds of thousands of members and a 150+ year history.
A network of nearly 2000 lodges in communities all over the country.
A generous charitable foundation that each year gives millions in scholarships, an inspiration to youth, a friend to veterans and more.