Start a fire or grab a blanket before viewing these stunning new images of the Summit Bechtel Reserve in winter.
The fields where 30,000 jamboree participants camped seven months ago are now coated with snow. Lakes where Scouts and Venturers tried paddleboarding, dragon boats and “Water Reality” last July are iced over. The AT&T Summit Stadium, where tens of thousands gathered to hear Mike Rowe, 3 Doors Down and the King of Sweden, looks more suited for downhill skiing than a show.
The gorgeous aerial photographs are the work of Gary Hartley, director of community and government relations at the BSA’s newest national high-adventure base.
They prove that the Summit holds magic in any season. But the base really shines in the summer. Don’t miss what they have planned for your Scouts and Venturers during their first season as a high-adventure base.
And see the cool winter photos after the…
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