Summit Trails

What You Should Know About Summit Trails

While the Summit’s camping footprint won’t be as big as that of the jamboree’s old location at Fort A.P. Hill (1,270 acres compared to 5,000 acres), you should still bring your walking shoes. Not to worry, though, the Summit is

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You Shaped The Summit Winner Visits West Virginia

We asked you to help “Shape the Summit.” Thousands responded. One earned a trip to the New River Gorge (NRG) and ACE Adventure Resort. This summer, the winner of our “You Shape the Summit” contest, Jordan from New York, made

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SummitCorps Scouts Raise Money With Patches

Throughout the month of July, Arrowmen from around the country traveled to West Virginia for the biggest youth project in National Park Service history: SummitCorps. They came to build miles of trails, but ended up making an even bigger impact

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Leading The Way

In the 3rd and final part of Adventures In Service: New River Rendezvous, members of Venturing Crew 5.14 were rewarded with some top-roping out at the Meadow River. While enjoying the new rocks, the group learned more about lead climbing

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Pow Wow

Catch The Rhythm, Hear The Drum

Nearly a thousand Arrowmen attended Indian Summer 2011 in early August, where they learned about ceremonies, dance, costuming and much more. Evening activities included pow wows put on by the American Indian Affairs staff, an opening and closing gathering and

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Dulcimer Duo A Hit At SummitCorps

Scouting isn’t just about roughing it in the wild. It’s about developing well-rounded individuals. During SummitCorps, the National Park Service hosted Appalachian History Night, where local performers and artisans shared their knowledge and talents with the Order of the Arrow.

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