FW: alternatives to Philmont
Godbout, Marc (GodboutM@ANDOVERCONTROLS.COM)
Tue, 14 Apr 1998 10:27:51 -0400
> I think there are a lot of high adventure camps run by individual
> councils out there. It might be nice to have one repository pointing
> to these as a group, but it probably won't happen soon.
> So I'll individually put in a plug for Daniel Webster Council's Mead
> Base. They run weekend Trek programs during fall and spring, and
> week-long, summer camp High Adventure programs. The programs include
> mountain biking (my troop's favorite), canoeing, sea kayaking, rock
> climbing, and backpacking in New Hampshire's famous White Mountains.
> Well, except for the sea kayaking - that's done in the Atlantic. For
> the Winter Treks we use our other council camp, Hidden Valley Scout
> Reservation, for a weekend of winter backpacking or ice climbing.
> I don't have the web site handy, but you should be able to reach it
> through Troop 98's web site, found in my signature below.
> Marc Godbout
> SM Troop 98
> SMA Troop 412
> Derry, NH
> From: Jim Feuerbach
> Where can I find a full list of high adventure camps run by bsa?
> Did I miss it at the BSA web site?
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City