Keep on Target for Adventure in 2021 with
the Orion Project at the Summit Bechtel Reserve
The Summit Bechtel Reserve is throwing open its gates to any Scouts who want to experience everything the Summit has to offer from July 18 to 31. We have combined all our best programs into one adventure called the Orion Project for the 2021 season only.
The Orion Project is a seven-day overnight program that will give Scouts free reign of the Summit. The name of the game is adventure, and with so many great opportunities for BMX, skateboarding, mountain biking, zip lines, canopy tours, challenge courses, climbing, shooting sports, whitewater rafting, and fellowship with Scouts from across the nation, there’s lots to experience and choose from. Open to all members of Scouts BSA, Venturing and Exploring.
Three Fires Council is sending a contingent of youth and adult to the Summit for this unique opportunity.
It consists of half-day introductory level experiences at each of the nine Summit high adventure venues: BMX Biking, Skateboarding, Shooting Sports, Archery, Climbing, Canopy Tours, Mountain Biking, Challenge Course/Zipline, Waterfront Activities.
In addition, each group will experience the rapids of the world-famous New River, have the chance to ride The Big Zip – our 3⁄4-mile zip line.
Each night (Monday-Friday), we will open the Scott Summit Center for activities, fun and socializing. The Scott Summit Center incorporates small versions of our adventure sports venues and we are planning special events for the Orion Program Participants: think shows, Appalachian activities and special guests.
The Three Fires Council contingent price is all inclusive. Included in the fee is; program cost, transportation to and from the Summit, lodging and meals on site.
$1330/Person - A $250 deposit is required at the time of registration, followed by four monthly payments of $270.
Adult leaders and youth pay the same fee