General Scout Programs
Scouts After Dark
An evening program that introduces scouts to the adaptations of nocturnal animals in Rocky Mountain National Park. Scouts use all of their senses to discover the nighttime world.
This guided snowshoe hike includes instruction on how to be safe when participating in winter outdoor activities. Scouts will look for potential avalanche sites, build shelters, and assemble a pack to take for a day in the snow. This program completes some requirement for the Boy Scout Wilderness Survival Merit Badge and the Girl Scout Outdoor Survival Interest Project.
A guided snowshoe hike that introduces scouts to the conditions of winter in Rocky Mountain National Park and the adaptations that plants and animals have to survive these harsh and changing conditions.
Full Moon Snowshoe
A moonlit snowshoe hike in Rocky Mountain National Park that introduces scouts to some of the adaptations that allow animals to survive through a harsh winter night in the Park.
**Snowshoes are provided for all winter programs**