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Troop 116 Camping & High Adventure
Maine High Adventure Area 2007

Maine High Adventure Area provides a challenging outdoor program offered by the Boy Scouts of America. Each summer hundreds of Scouts and Venturers enjoy unique backcountry experiences in northern Maine. The area encompasses Mount Katahdin, the Allagash Waterway, a portion of the Appalachian Trail and the Penobscot watershed - more than 10,000 square miles of the north Maine woods which remains much as Henry David Thoreau saw it 140 years ago. A highly trained MHA guide is assigned to help each crew enjoy a successful adventure. Although treks involve the areas described above, the initial destination is the base camp operation - Matagamon High Adventure Base, located at the northeast corner of Baxter State Park on Grand Lake Matagamon, 27 miles northwest of Patten, Maine. Canoeing, backpacking, hiking, and high adventure camping are involved.

16 Scouts have signed up for this High Adventure trip. To maintain their eligibility for this trip Scouts signed up must remember their commitment to the training and preparation plans, participation in the Troop program, and rank advancement.

All adults that are participating were selected by the Committee Chairman, Scoutmaster, and trip planners on the basis of their commitment to the Troop, to completing the requested training, and to being responsible trip leaders and crew advisors.

Reference Material
Sat.-Sun. May 12-13 - New River training and shakedown trip Acrobat PDF
Equipment List (04/16/07) Acrobat PDF
Maine High Adventure Health and Medical Record Form
Complete and return by Mon. May 7
Acrobat PDF
BSA Personal Health and Medical Record Form - Class 3
Complete and return by Mon. May 7
Acrobat PDF
Troop 116 Activity Permit
Complete and return by Mon. May 7
Acrobat PDF
December Information Packet Cover Letter (12/12/06) Acrobat PDF
Information & Rules (12/12/06) Acrobat PDF
Commitment Form (12/12/06)
Complete and return by Mon. Jan. 8
Acrobat PDF
Crew Preference Sheet (12/12/06)
Complete and return by Mon. Jan. 8
Acrobat PDF
Initial Information and Sign-Up Form Acrobat PDF
Pictures & Journals
Troop 116 2007 Expedition - Pictures
Key Links
BSA Maine High Adventure Area
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