Boy Scout Trail
Author Archives: Ron Medina
Two day and two night high adventure that develops confidence and skills in camping and living in the outdoors during extreme weather conditions. Scouts received training in physical preparation, cold weather dress, first aid and emergency procedures, food and water, … Continue reading
The Merit Badge Counselor list is a compilation of counselors from all units in the council that use Scoutbook. Indian Peaks has a list of over 1000 Merit Badge Counselors. A search form is provided so you can search by … Continue reading
Go to the website and order now! This is the link for Boy Scout gear! Ordering online is available through January 31. The feedback I’ve received is that the performance t-shirts and the hoodie run small. The performance t-shirts would … Continue reading
Who’s ready for a fun winter camping experience? Okpik 2018 is this weekend, and I wanted to make sure everyone had the required items from the Okpik flyer — the biggest thing is no cotton, with 2-3 changes of socks … Continue reading
This month’s theme is WINTER CAMPING and SURVIVAL.
We will be conducting the campout at Colorado Rifle Club. The cost is $56.00PP which includes ammunition, great food, instruction and use of firearms. https://goo.gl/forms/IBC0bTdFs0gKc68d2 278_Permission shooting outing Fall 2017 If you want to earn the rifle or shotgun merit … Continue reading
Camp Alexander provides a unique “Colorado Mountain-Top Experience.” It is located in the beautiful Eleven mile Canyon in the Pike National Forest approximately 45 miles west of Colorado Springs, and two miles south of Lake George.
WHAT: West Point Camporee shakedown WHERE: Coalton Trailhead, Superior CO DATE/TIME: 04-02-2017 Noon (12:00 PM MDT) WHAT TO BRING: Backpack (loaded with tent, sleeping bag, daybag), MRE, Water, Raincoat, Boots GOALS: Try an MRE, learn to pack, ruck together