In one of the most invigorating, challenging, and memorable
experiences that TMR has to offer, the High Adventure Trek
has no equal. For the last two years, TMR has built one of
the best trek and 50 Miler programs available, and is rapidly
becoming the Philmont of the Northeast.
With a great sense of history and tradition,
today we have a program that is specifically designed for
the older youth who has "done it all." Those who
are willing to accept the challenge will have the opportunity
to experience TMR and Scouting in a very different way. They
will be able to backpack along the historical and beautiful
Red Dot Trail, canoe on the Delaware River, rappel from the
Indian Cliffs, learn and use many skills in orienteering and
the outdoors, participate in a C.O.P.E. course and much more.
Participants will see and visit parts of the reservation that
few know about, and at the end will be able to challenge themselves
as individuals and as a group in completing the various stages
of the Trek.
||Experienced Scouts and Venturers who will be 13 years
old by January 1, 2014, or who have completed the seventh grade.
Week 1, July 6 - July 12, 2014
Week 2, July 13 - July 19, 2014
Week 3, July 20 - July 26, 2014
Week 4, July 27 - August 2, 2014
Week 5, August 3 - August 9, 2014
Week 6, August 10 - August 16, 2014
||All across the TMR Scout Reservation
||$410 per week. Early Bird: $380.
See the Camp Fees page for full details
Two types of treks are available, Canoe Treks
on the Delaware River and Backpacking Treks on the TMR Scout
Reservation. Each trek can be customized for your group to emphasize
the activities that interest your Scouts the most. After completing
such an adventure you and your crew will be eligible to earn the
50 Mile Award and the TMR Trek Award.
For more detailed information, and a complete Trek
Guide containing all the information about this program, please
contact us at email@example.com. We will
be happy to help you plan your Trek, and assist with anything concerning
this program. Reservations for treks must be made 90 days in advance
of the trek start. Crew leaders should contact the director at
least two months before coming to camp to arrange the details of