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Class Schedule - High Adventure Track

Interested in High Adventure??? We are offering several courses at UoS that help you prepare and plan for High Adventure.

 

Note: some courses are listed in multiple colleges (under different course numbers) . It does not matter in which college you register for course with multiple listings. And no - there is no relevance to the course numbering.

 

These are the links to courses in the other Colleges:

 

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Period

Course Descriptions are Listed Below

 

1

BS 703 - VEN 703

GS 703

Intro to Powderhorn and Planning High Adventure

(Dup of Period 6)

GS 104

Where and How to Take Your Unit Fishing

BS 236 - VEN 236

Dehydrating Foods

 

2

BS 470 - VEN 470

GS 470

High Adventure Program and Philmont Trip Planning

GS 110

Winter Treking

BS 249 - VEN 249

Hammock Camping

3

BS 140 - VEN 140

 Maine High Adventure Camp

(Dup of Period 4)

O P E N O P E N

L U N C H

4

BS 141 - VEN 141

 Maine High Adventure Camp

(Dup of Period 3)

O P E N O P E N

5

VEN 112

Backpacking Meals

 

BS 229 - VEN 229

GS 229 - CS 229

Women on the Trail: Yes it IS different!

O P E N

6

BS 310 - VEN 31

GS 310 - CS 310

Camping Equipment: What do you need? What do you want?

BS 704 - VEN 704

Intro to Powderhorn and Planning High Adventure

(Dup of Period 1)

O P E N

 

 

 

Course Title Description

 GS 104

Where and How to Take Your Unit Fishing Learn about fishing, about the best places to go fishing, and how to organize a Unit fishing trip

 GS 110

Winter Treking How to lead a safe and awesome winter experience in the snow, in the cold, and in the mountains

 VEN 112

Backpacking Meals Learn how to plan meals for the next backpacking trip; learn what meals work and what meals to avoid

 BS 140

 BS 141

 VEN 140

 VEN 141

Maine High Adventure Camp Same Class Offered Twice. One of Scouting's best kept secrets. Learn all that Maine High Adventure Camp has to offer for your Unit. More information here.

 BS 229

 VEN 229

 GS 229

 CS 229

Women on the Trail: Yes it IS different! Recommended for women only. What women want to know about how to manage the trail in Scouting. Equipment, personal care, preparation… A frank discussion of issues specific to women and examples of equipment that works for female trekkers. 
 BS 236 Dehydrating Foods Learn from the best: how to dehydrated foods for backpacking, camping, or around the house
 BS 249 Hammock Camping I grew up camping with a tent. One day I discovered hammock camping and my life changed. Hammock camping can be is more comfortable, more enjoyable and easier to setup and take down than tent camping. Learn the basics.

 BS 310

 VEN 310

 GS 310

 CS 310

Camping Equipment: What do you need? What do you want? If money grew on trees... Well you get the idea. Learn about great gadgets as well as the basic gear needed for camping, whether you are on a tight budget or the money tree DOES grow in your yard.

 BS 470

 VEN 470

 GS 470

High Adventure Program and Philmont Trip Planning Learn the ins and outs of planning for a Philmont trip, as well as for your other high adventure trips. With the right planning, your trips will be successful, and more importantly - YOU and your Scouts will have fun. Philmont link here

 BS 703

 BS 704

 VEN 703

 VEN 704

Intro to Powderhorn and Planning High Adventure Same Class Offered Twice. Learn all about Powderhorn, and how it will help you plan high adventure programs for your Unit. Connecticut Yankee Council will offer a Powerderhorn course in the Fall of 2018. Links to BSA High Adventure Bases here