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Grand Canyon Tour
Probably the single most amazing geological wonder in the world - over 3 million people come each year to view the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River. An abyss more than one mile deep, from four to eighteen miles wide and over 150 miles long in bright desert colors. Visitors are not disappointed by its immense beauty.
Arizona Railroading Tour
Some of Arizona's most dramatic landscape can only be seen by rail. This makes for a very exciting and memorable trip for you younger scouts. Local highlights include towering crimson cliffs, crossing old-fashioned railroad trestles, Dark 680-foot tunnel and final terminus / overnight campouts at deserted ghost towns.
Philmont Scout Ranch
BSA National Scout Ranch
Since 1939, the Boy Scouts of America have operated a large outdoor high adventure base on this large, rugged, mountain ranch (137,500 acres) located near the town of Cimarron, New Mexico. It covers a wide stretch of wilderness in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of the Rocky Mountains of northern New Mexico.
This BSA Adventure Camp is home of the popular Shipwreck Island and Fish Creek rugged summer camp scout adventures. It is located in Carlsbad NM near famous tourism attractions.
Develop an appreciation for the feel of the cool water and warm breezes, seeing aquatic life up close and learning many unique outdoor skills. It is a great opportunity to learn
BSA values by living them.
The sport in Scouting is to find the good in every boy and develop it. - Lord Baden-Powell
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