Lake Geneva Canopy Tours Offer Programs for Scouts

Lake Geneva Canopy Tours offers quality programmatic experiences centered on the Boy Scout Leadership Experience. Our Eco-Adventures offer a multitude of opportunities to build character & develop personal fitness in keeping with the goals of the Boy Scout organization.

Scouts can complete some of the requirements for specific awards through hiking & mountain biking on our almost 9 miles of Arbor Trails.

Team Building programs provide a combination of educational & recreational initiatives which challenge participants to work together toward a common goal. The 2 hour High Ropes Excursion offers 16 different obstacles of various difficulties to allow participants to push their limits, conquer fears & build self-confidence.

As a Certified Travel Green Wisconsin destination, our Eco Adventures educate on environmental protection & sustainability. Guides discuss specific ways in which we work hard to protect all aspects of the land, trees, water & wildlife throughout the Canopy Tour. The 2.5 hour Canopy Tour is our most thrilling Eco Adventure as participants soar through the trees on 8 different zip lines, 5 sky bridges, 3 spiral stairways and a one-of-a-kind “floating” double helix stairway which wraps around a breathtaking ash tree. The 1,200 foot Dual Racing Zip Line is the grand finale, weather permitting.

Additional amenities include a picnic area, grill, bag game, horseshoes and lunch options, upon request.

For additional information on Lake Geneva Canopy Tours Eco Adventures visit our website at www.LakeGenevaCanopyTours.com.

To book your next Scout Troop Adventure contact Kathryn Denbow at 312-461-1088 or email kathrynd@LakeGenevaCanopyTours.net.

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Air One Landing at camp Oh Da Ko Ta for Rise of Cobra Camporee

Air one Landing for ” The Rise of Cobra” Fall Camporee.

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International Day of Peace

Around the world, Scouts are celebrating a world-wide day of Peace and making their own communities better.

How are YOU celebrating today?

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Turkey Trail Run 2014

It’s back for another run!

The Turkey Trail Run is celebrating its second anniversary at Camp Indian Mound in Oconomowoc Saturday November 1st, 2014. It’s a 5K run, or 1 mile walk, and helps us promote the good work that Scouting does in the community. It’s also a great way to spend a beautiful day in the leaves and on the trail this fall!

If your Pack, Troop or Crew displays Scouting skills like flag retirement, cooking or bottle rockets during the event you could camp for free at Indian Mound Scout Reservation!

Or choose to Run/Walk – entry fees of $20 per runner, or $8 per walker (just $5 for 17 and under!) and you can get a free tee shirt if you register by October 18th.

This year there will be a costume contest, games, music, prizes and s’more! It’s going to be a GREAT time!

Want to learn more? Visit www.ThreeHarborsScouting.org/TurkeyRun
and get started!

Venturing Shooting Sports at Ed Bryant

The Glaciers Edge Council is hosting a Venturing Shooting Sports Weekend at Ed Bryant Scout Reservation. Boy Scouts and Venturing Scouts age 14 and up are welcome to attend.

There will be something for everyone! Guns, archery, black powder, tomahawks, throwing knives… All for $30 for the weekend, including a tee shirt!

But register before October 23rd, or the price goes up!

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