BSA Trapper Trails Council
- BSA Merit Badge Programs
- Boy Scout Summer Camp
- Yellowstone Hi-Adventure Trek
- Teton Crest Hi-Adventure Trek
- Bechler Canyon Hi-Adventure Trek
- National Park Tours
- Wyoming Summer Scout Camp
- Old Growth Forest Home
- 7400 Ft Elevation
- Back-country Adventure
Generations rave about Camp Loll, the camp tucked in middle of the brooding, old growth forest, nestled around the "Lake of the Woods".
Camp Loll lies between very famous National Parks - Yellowstone and Grand Tetons. It hosts a very active summer camp program plus three major hi-adventure trek programs for older scouts.
Located only two miles south of the Yellowstone Park boundary and four miles north of Grand Teton Park, Camp Loll is located on the scenic 1.5 mile long "Lake of the Woods", on of the most beautiful American wilderness areas. This area is home to many challenging backcountry and scouting adventure activities.
Rock climbing, beautiful lakes, majestic waterfalls, endless forest and a great variety of wildlife and to the magic of Camp Loll, operated by the Trapper Council of BSA.
Union Falls Tour
Explore the second largest waterfall in Yellowstone National Park. At 265 feet high, Union Falls gets its name from two tributaries that join at the falls (Mountain Ash Creek and an unnamed).
Then there is the small side trip also takes you to Scout Pool, a thermally warmed swimming hole about 25 feet in diameter and seven feet deep just below a five foot waterfall. Union Falls is located in the Bechler back country of Yellowstone, sometimes referred to as the Cascade Corner because of the abundance of waterfalls.
Loll Boy Scout Summer Camp
A.C.E. program is available to those youth over the age of 14 years who want to be able to still do merit badges but also participate in high adventure activities. Simply sign up for regular scout camp and indicate that you’ll be participating in the ACE program upon check in.
Yellowstone Jedediah Smith Trek
In-Camp High Adventure Program
The In-Camp High Adventure program offers a variety of activities for youth 14 – 20 years of age to satisfy a diverse set of interests.
Union Falls - Hike 18 miles to magnificent Union Falls in the Yellowstone Backcountry and swim in the warm water of Scout Pool.
Survey Peak - Rugged Overnight backpacking experience. From top of this 9277 foot snow-covered mountain you can see Jackson Lake to the east, Yellowstone to the north, Tetons to the south and Idaho farmlands to thw est. Also includes a 200+ rappel drop alongside Phantom Falls.
Teton Crest Trek
Weeklong High Adventure
Experience Grand Teton National Park by hiking the Teton Crest. Participants must be ages 14-20 years of age. This unique backpack route takes trekkers from the east side of the Teton Range through majestic mountain passes and around the western face of the mountains and back again. Explore the great backcountry wilderness of the this parkland. Come prepared to hike, swim and study nature.
Bechler Canyon Yellowstone Trek
Weeklong High Adventure
Experience Bechler Canyon in Yellowstone National Park. Participants must be ages 14-20 years of age. This backpack trek passes through one of the most pristine and untouched wilderness areas in America. Trail features include thermal bathing pools, teaming wildlife, swimming, nature study, great waterfalls and fishing. Group limit to 11 trekkers.
BSA Merit Badge Program
This facility features resources for a great number of Boy Scout Merit Badge outdoor activity programs and high adventure campouts. A quality merit badge program is important for building character and valuable life skills.
Off-Season Availability: - Families, scout troops and other youth groups may inquire about openings to camp during the off-season and use these facilities.
Plan Your Adventure
BSA Merit Badge Planner - Useful guide for Scout Leaders to plan their own merit badge seminars - 136 merit badges available.
BSA Tour Plan
BSA Permission Slip
BSA Medical Forms
BSA Blue Card - Application for Merit Badge
Trading Post - Essential camping supplies for first time scouts and families.
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More National Park Tours
Great nearby recreational activities include famous ski resorts, fishing, whitewater rafting, hunting, sightseeing at national parks, hiking, biking, snowmobiling and horseback riding.
There are over 1,000 miles of safe, well-marked backcountry trails in the park. Many ranger/naturalist conducted hikes help you to enjoy these.
Grand Tetons Tour
The Grand Tetons are tall sharp peaks created by fault-block action. The mountains and valley show abundant evidence of glacial activity.
What makes these peaks so inspiring is their lack of foothills which usually obscure the view. These peaks rise steeply some 5000 to 8000 feet from the valley floor. They consist primarily of granite rock.
Mount Washburn Hike - 10,243 ft
6.2 mile round trip hike (10KM!) from Dunraven Pass.
From an elevation of 10,243 feet (3,107 m), Mount Washburn offers panoramic views of about 20 to 50 miles (32 to 80 km) in all directions. During July, wildflowers carpet the slopes. Look for bighorn sheep. The southern trail starts at the Dunraven Pass Trailhead and the northern trail starts at the Chittenden Road parking area. Both climb steadily about 1,400 feet (425 m). Conditions at the summit are typically colder and windier than at the trailheads, and afternoon storms are common. Carry an extra layer of warm clothing and wind/rain gear.
Uncle Tom's Trail
Uncle Tom’s Trail is a wonderful trail that takes you from the top of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone to the base of the 308-foot-high Lower Falls. You can almost always see a rainbow cutting through the falls’ powerful splash and mist. Tackling the 328 steps on the way down is a breeze–just remember that you have to come back up.
Natural Bridge Trail
Very popular 1.5 trail, easily accessible, crosses a rich landscape of the park. Here the waters have carved a small natural bridge - an opening 30 feet across, topped by a narrow span of dark-colored, lichen-covered rock, on which grows a lone pine tree.
Boy Scouts can earn special recognition for service performed at any one of our National Parks. Scouts are also encouraged to submit a short narrative to the BSA Good Turn for America website describing their participation and lessons learned. 5 hours service for the certificate, 10 hours for their cool patch.
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