When Scouts and Venturers descend on the Paul R. Christen National High Adventure Base at SBR, they'll be among the first in the BSA to try crossbows.
"It's a story of five boys adventuring together." Friends from Troop 820 of Chapel Hill, N.C., have seen Scouting take them to every high-adventure base.
The Paul R. Christen High Adventure Base is the newest jewel in the BSA's crown, offering the biggest concentration of high-adventure activities anywhere.
For attending all four bases, Owen Buzan of the National Capital Area Council became the first recipient of the Grand Slam of High Adventure Award.
Scouts and adults who visit three or four BSA national high-adventure bases can earn the Grand Slam or Triple Crown of National High Adventure awards.
2017 National Jamboree registration is now open. Get ready, because 2017 will be here before you can say "Live Scouting's Adventure."
The Summit Bechtel Reserve is seeking portraits of Scouts to be a part of a new exhibit at the Scott Visitor Center.
The bike maker Trek has recalled almost 1 million bicycles. But those Trek bikes used at the Summit Bechtel Reserve are not included in the Trek recall.
The Philmont Leadership Challenge and Summit Leadership Challenge apply the skills acquired in Wood Badge to an outdoor experiential learning environment.
Summit Bechtel Reserve signs were named Best Sign Systems of 2015 by the appropriately named industry magazine called Signs of the Times.