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U.S. National Park
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.
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 some 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.
See the world from the top of magnificent mountain ranges in Western Wyoming. There are three major ski resorts in the Jackson Hole area and several more just a short distance further away. Visit an exciting winter playground filled with ski runs, snow, romantic scenery and many fun filled activities and entertainment. Jackson Hole is located close to Grand Tetons and Yellowstone Parks.
Camp Buffalo Bill
Yellowstone National Park
Camp Buffalo Bill lies seven miles east of Yellowstone National Park in the Shoshone National Forest and has provided a quality summer camp experience for scouts from across the country since 1949.
The camp is ideal for troops wishing to have both a Scout camp experience and tour the nation's first national park. Camp Buffalo Bill is also the home of the Yellowstone High Adventure Outpost, a high adventure program where scouts can participate in one of four core areas: Trek, Climbing, Paddlesports, and Winter.
Camp Hull Valley
High Adventure on the Mountain. Located 13 miles up scenic Cub River Valley is this great scout camp, nestled in a beautiful mountain valley. Elevated on the Highline Trail are breathtaking vistas and views of the surrounding valleys. While biking along these trails learn more about leadership and venturing scouts.
Between Yellowstone and The Tetons
Generations rave about Camp Loll, the camp tucked in middle of the brooding, old growth forest, nestled around the "Lake of the Woods". Not only do they run a popular traditional boy scout summer camp with many merit badges, but they also host three amazing backcountry hi-adventure treks directly into either one of these two awesome national parks, Yellowstone and The Grand Tetons.
Rock climbing, beautiful lakes, majestic waterfalls, endless forest and a great variety of wildlife add to the magic of Camp Loll, operated by the Trapper Council of BSA.
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.
Kodiak Adventure Trek
Experience outdoor adventure at Bartlett Scout Reservation. This facility is located on national forest lands with easy access to Bear Lake kayaking treks, trout fishing, a modern shooting sports center and rock climbing center.
A well-designed, classic-set camp with campsites nestled among tall pines and quaking aspen trees surrounding a well-stocked lake and lots of wildlife. Big emphasis on developing Venturing leadership skills.
True Mountaineering & Back-Country Adventure. Scouts get to explore 30-50 miles of remote wilderness trails, summit mountain peaks over 13,000 feet tall, rock climb, slide across snow fields and kayak pristine waterways.
This high adventure program is geared towards older Scouts who are looking for a true mountaineering adventure.
for Scouts, Troops, Families & Youth Groups.
This BSA High Adventure program is a week long backcountry expedition through Wyoming's beautiful backcountry and is operated by Camp New Fork of the BSA Trapper Trails Council.
Nothing says high adventure more than loading your team or crew into canoes, then submitting to the power of a raging river! Popular river activities include fishing, swimming, swamping, water fights and wildlife viewing.
Four major trek choices for Varsity and Venturer Scouts desiring to go deep into the Yellowstone backcountry. Fish, Hike, Swim, Mountain Biking, Whitewater Rapids. Camp Teton basecamp is on located just south of Jackson Hole Wy on the banks of the mighty Snake River. Many opportunities to explore scenic wilderness and park wildlife.
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.
Popular High Adventure Tours
High Adventure provides older youth a unique setting to learn about their world and society. Many boys learn and grow more by doing things hands on in the outdoors.
Mile Swim Challenge
World Conservation Award
100 Night Camper Award
50 Miler Award
Historic Trails Award
NOTE: Most youth camps are available year around to all youth groups and family activities regardless of affiliation. In fact many want your business to support their core operations.
Another popular demand for many Boy Scout High Adventure Treks. 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. You will not be disappointed by its immense beauty.
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