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Tackling the trail at Spanish Peaks Scout Ranch

The Scouts from Troop 776, Goddard, Kan., took at four-day backpacking trek through the backcountry at Spanish Peaks Scout Ranch near Walsenburg, Colo., last summer.

Their goal was to climb 12,683-foot East Spanish Peak in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Not exactly your traditional summer camp experience.

Watch this video of Troop 776 on the trail, and then check out the February 2009 issue of Boys’ Life to learn more about cool summer camp experiences.

10 Comments on Tackling the trail at Spanish Peaks Scout Ranch

  1. That must have been so cool i really wish i could have gone that year

  2. Did you make any video of rockclimbing/repelling?

  3. This was so cool to watch. I’m so glad to see the group out like this and really experiencing life as it is. My grandson just received his Eagle Scout Award. You all keep enjoying nature at it’s best.

  4. Yes we made it to the top. It was a great view and well worth the effort. I climbed the same peak 35 years ago but I think it was smaller back then. :-)

  5. i hope you made it to the top of the east peak beutiful scean

  6. Looks absolutely great! My two Texas scouts can’t wait to try it!

  7. troop 776 you did good you go guys

  8. wow guys

  9. did they ever make it to the peak? great video. i may try this on my next outting.

  10. Are we there yet!!!!

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