By Madison Austin
Aug 02, 2017

These Awesome Drone Shots Let You Take a Trip to Beaver High Adventure Base Without Ever Leaving Your House

Tall, green trees shrink beneath you. The mountainous horizon extends in front. Tiny, ant-sized deer graze below. This is the view you get while flying over Beaver High Adventure Base. And you don’t have to rent your own helicopter to visit Beaver from the air. Aaron Baker, a staff member at Beaver High Adventure Base, took this drone video of Beaver High Adventure Base. His video takes you on a tour of the lush, green mountain that many Scouts visit for high-adventure activities. 

Aaron Baker, a staff member, took this drone video of Beaver HAB. His video takes you on a tour of the lush, green mountain that many Scouts visit for high-adventure activities. If you are missing the surroundings of Scout camp, take a trip to Beaver High Adventure Base from the comfort of your home. 

His video also gives you a great look at the other amenities of camp. A great view of the expansive property shows you the wilderness sanctuary you will find there. You can also see the group campgrounds, tucked within the evergreens. Beaver’s COPE course also gets a spotlight in this video.  

Thanks Aaron for capturing the beauty of this camp! Nothing has ever captured the potential for fun and adventure like this video.  If you are missing the surroundings of Scout camp, soar through the sky over Beaver High Adventure Base and enjoy the journey back to camp from the comfort of your home. 

Beaver High Adventure Base

 

Check out other views of Beaver and get a look at the other programs offered at Beaver, like rock climbing, rappelling, river rafting, and rope courses. Beaver truly is an adventure waiting.

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One thought on “These Awesome Drone Shots Let You Take a Trip to Beaver High Adventure Base Without Ever Leaving Your House

  1. Leah Overson

    Beautiful work you guys! Tops of the mountains for sure : -) Our ward’s Scouts seemed to have benefited from their week-long adventure in the Idaho outdoors last month. Their Sacrament Prayers were very sensitive and personal. Keep up the good work getting that Outing into Scouting!

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