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in the mountains of Virginia


Scout Reservation in the mountains of Virginia


Blue Ridge


We offer the widest selection of High Adventure programs, in addition to two outstanding Merit Badge Camps!


Camp Buffalo Bill Adventures of a


is just seven miles from the East Entrance of Yellowstone National Park. The camp is situated along the Shoshone River and is adjacent to the Absaroka Wilderness Area.


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Make Camp Buffalo Bill your headquarters for high adventure in the heart of the Rocky Mountains!


River rafting, rock climbing and rappelling, aquatics, shooting sports, archery, wilderness backpacking, canoeing, blue ribbon trout fishing, and living history of the Old West—it’s all right here. Newly upgraded camp facilities and more.


Register on-line: www.wyoscouts.org • call: 307-234-7329 • Central Wyoming Council • Staff positions available


Mountain Man ·Cook over open fire ·Muzzle-loading Rifelry ·Make your own Hunting Knife ·Blacksmithing ·Wilderness Survival ·Living History


Ask for a FREE DVD or see video on http://www.youtube.com/BRSR161 www.bsa-brmc.org | (540) 777.7963 camping@bsa-brmc.org


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ocated in Wyoming’s scenic Wapiti Valley—known as “The Most Scenic 50 Miles in America”—Camp Buffalo Bill


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