High Adventure Challenge Camp

Are you ready for a great High Adventure Camp Experience?

The Inland Northwest Council is offering a new and exciting program at Cowles Scout
Reservation! “High Adventure Challenge” is a Co-ed program, open to youth ages 14 and up, in Troops, Teams, and Venturing Crews.

Activities Include:
• Low and High Ropes Challenge Course
• Climbing Wall/Rappelling/Zip Line
• High Powered Rifle Shoo ng
• Cowboy Action Shooting
• Mt Men Black Powder Shooting
• 3D Archery
• Mt Boarding
• Swimming/Boating
• Dutch Oven Cooking
• And Much More!


Medical Forms 

Medical forms are required for all Inland Northwest Council Camp participants ( Adults and Youth) - Click here for medical forms 

 


2017 Camp Fees 

Date: July 31 - August 5
Cost: $340 *Scouts; $165 Adults
*Subject to a $25 late fee after May 12th, 2017
Location: Cowles Scout Reservation

 

Scout Payment Schedule 
  • $40 per Scout due by February 27,2017, this amount is non-refundable. Fees are transferable to other Scouts, as long as the total number of Scouts does not decrease.
  • $135 per Scout due by March 24, 2017. If payment schedule is not maintained, the unit risks losing their reservation.
  • All remaining fees must be paid in full by May 12, 2017, or each scout registration will be subject to $25 late fee.  

 

Adult Payment Schedule 
1. All adult fees are due by May 12, 2017.

 

Refund Policy:
1. All but $40 per Scout of the fee is refundable through June 1, 2017
2. No fees will be refunded after June 1, 2017, unless there is an illness or injury documented by a medical doctor, a death in the family, or relocation of the family out of the area.
3. $200 of the fee is non-refundable regardless of circumstances after June 1, 2017.
4. The Unit Leader or Camp Coordinator must request all refunds in writing and submit to the Inland Northwest Council on or before the planned date of arrival at camp. Letters may be submitted at check-in at camp.
5. No refund request will be honored if received after check-in
6. Fees are transferable to other Scouts as long as the total number of scheduled Scouts does not decrease.