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The Marksman – Archery and Shooting Sports Contingent
The Marksman program track focuses on skill development and competency in rifle, pistol, shotgun and archery.
Site in your target, take a deep breath and fire. Learn a new appreciation of the precision and accuracy necessary to elevate your marksmanship skills. Whether at the shooting or archery range, the discipline necessary to hit your targets, the responsibility that comes with the sport, are skills you can apply throughout the rest of your life.
This is a seven-day/six night program running Sunday to Saturday. It consists of three days of shooting and archery activities, which may include trap, five-stand, steel challenge, pistol, long distance rifle,3D archery, long distance archery and sporting arrows.
As a bonus, each member of your crew will also be able to select three additional elective activities at other Summit adventure venues. A half-day service project and a ride on the Big Zip – our 3⁄4 mile zip line – round out your week.
Each night (Monday-Friday), we will open the Scott Summit Center for activities, fun and socializing. The Scout Summit Center incorporates small versions of our adventure sports venues.
This program is open to registered Scouts and Venturers who are at least 13 years old by the September 1 of the year they attend and their registered leaders. (Pistol event participants must be 14 years old or be 13 years old and have completed the 8th grade).
The minimum group size is seven with the majority being youth members. The maximum group size is 12 (but the majority must still be youth members).
The Summit provides tents, cots and all program equipment for your unit. Breakfast and dinner will be served in the Summit dining hall. Shelf-stable lunches will be issued to accompany participants to their daily program activities.
Each adventure lasts seven days, with crews arriving each day beginning June 8, 2014, through Aug. 16, 2014. Each program track includes time at the Paul R. Christen National High Adventure Base at the Summit as well as one to three nights at outpost camps at the Summit or in the New River Gorge area.
To participate in the Summit's high-adventure program, each participant must:
- Be a registered Boy Scout, Varsity Scout, Venturer, or registered adult leader.
- Be at least 14 years old (or 13 and have completed the eighth grade prior to participation).
- Have a current BSA Annual Health and Medical Record signed by a physician*, authorizing participation in high-adventure activities.
- Meet the height/weight guidelines as indicated on the Annual Health and Medical Record.
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