Brazos River Canoe Trip (50-Miler) 2019
The Brazos River Canoe Trip (BRCT) is a 50-mile canoe camping trip that is a Worth Ranch high adventure tradition! Spend a week on the river, earn BSA’s 50 Miler award, and test your canoeing, camping, and fishing skills. We do 4 miles of hiking and 47 miles paddling the scenic Brazos River from Possum Kingdom Dam to Oak’s Crossing.
Any Troop, Team, Crew, or Post may send a crew on the Brazos River Canoe Trip. Some units use the BRCT as a shakedown for Northern Tier. Units doing their summer camp at Camp Tahuaya or Sid Richardson Scout Ranch may send a crew on the Brazos River Canoe Trip, but should make their own transportation arrangements to and from Worth Ranch for their canoeing group.
Texas High Adventure Base
Programs and Options for your older Scouts:
Chisholm Trail Adventure. High adventure on a 10,000 acre lake! Use one of our 24 pontoon boats to haul your gear all week. Do Vikings, US Cavalry, Texas Rangers, drone racing, covert ops, ATV trail riding, climbing, sporting clays, Cowboy Steak Cooking, sailing, tubing, wakeboarding, blobbing, windsurfing and SUP's!
High Adventure–OA Trail Crew. NEW! Arrowmen from any council can sign up for a week of cheerful service and Chisholm Trail. Experienced OA staff will lead OA participants on 3 days of on trail conservation, construction, and maintenance, and 3 1/2 days on a doing high adventure outposts and watersports at Chisholm Trail. Check it out!
Steele Island Wakeboarding. Spend a week developing wakeboarding and skiing skills.
Brazos River Canoe Trip. BRCT is our 50-mile canoe camping trip and an excellent training run for Northern Tier.
Texas Kayak & Caving Adventure. A week-long sea kayak camping trip with a caving trip at the end!
High Adventure minimum age is 13 years old.
850 Cannon Dr
P O Box 54190
Hurst, Texas 76054
Phone: (817) 231-8500