Yankee Clipper Council - Boy Scouts of America



The Frontier program is located on Eagle’s Roost of Wah-Tut-Ca. It is founded in the Outdoor Code of Scouting and the 1812 Lewis and Clark, “Voyage of Discovery”.

Scouts get to experience and work in a hands on environment to learn the latest methods in camping. These advanced programs include geocaching, orienteering and “Leave Not Trace”.

Frontier is a unique area in which Scouts improve and expand their camping skills.  Programs show Scouts how to survive in the wilderness.  They also build large pioneering structures including forts, bridges and towers.  They also can learn how to cook and get experiences using woods tools. In addition to working on Merit Badges and rank advancement, Scouts can also build safe fires and Burn Stuff.  At Wah-Tut-Ca we go beyond Scoutcraft where a Scout builds upon his skills to new “Frontiers”.

Rank Requirements: Tenderfoot 2, 3, 4abc, 5   Second Class 1ab, 2, 3cdef, 7abc,  First Class1, 2, 4abcde, 7ab, 8a
Merit Badges: Camping, Cooking, Emergency Preparedness, Geocaching, Orienteering, Pioneering, Wilderness Survival, Indian Lore (with handicrafts)
Other: Tot’n Chip, Firem'n Chit, Paul Bunyan Woodsman, Leave No Trace, Trek Safely

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Tel: 978.372.0591 - Fax: 978.373.9134 - OFFICE HOURS 9 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday

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