We are excited to welcome scout groups to stay with us at the Summit Bechtel Reserve during select weekends this winter, 2021. There are so many things to see and do not only at the Summit, but also in the surrounding community that can make your visit a truly special one. Click here to view event details. Keep reading for information to plan your weekend trip this winter!
Here's everything you need to make the most
out of your weekend outing this winter:
& winter sports at
Winterplace Ski Resort
Plan an exciting ski outing to Winterplace Ski Resort and spend your nights at the Summit. Winterplace is located only 40 minutes from the Summit and over 90 acres of skiable land divided across 27 slopes and 1 terrain park. Winterplace is the perfect place for beginners to learn to ski and for advanced skiers to hone their skills. Click here to visit their website.
Camping (or lodging) made comfortable at the Summit Bechtel Reserve
The Summit has facilities to host every kind of event or outing and during our winter weekends, guests will have the privilege to spend their nights in our comfortable Pigott bunkhouse, complete with private bathrooms & a shared recreation room.
Stay Warm, bundle up &
buckle in for some awesome
One of the pinnacles of any scouts visit to the Summit is the Big Zip. Participants of the Winter Weekend program will have the very unique opportunity to enjoy a Polar Zip, taking in the beauty of the Summit in winter on their near quarter-mile trip. Be sure to wear your warm clothes!
Quickdraw! Hone your skills
& stay warm at the Joe Crafton Sportsman's Complex
Scouts can also choose to experience the Joe Crafton Sportsman’s Complex during their stay at the Summit. This high-end facility not only explores all aspects of hunting and wildlife conservation but also provides scouts with an awesome opportunity to shoot at our Laser Shot facility, a simulated, indoor shooting experience.
Eat it up! Fill up on some fantastic fare at the
Summit or around town
The Summit is located nearby to many chain eateries, including Subway and Wendy’s and the area also boasts some other notable restaurants including Café 110, Cathedral Café, and Pies & Pints. Scouts groups who stay at the Summit will also be able to opt to eat at the Summit for certain meals during their registration. Meals at the Summit will range from $10-12 per person per day.