By Bob Gowans
Jan 06, 2015

ATV Riding Program at Beaver High Adventure Base

Through special agreements and permission from the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America, the Beaver High Adventure Base is pleased to announce that beginning in the summer of 2015 an ATV riding program will be available to participants in our High Adventure program there.

QRCheck out our website for upcoming details on this exciting new program: www.utahscouts.org/bhab

Use of ATVs at any scouting activity is under conditional approval and applies only to the aforementioned location. ATVs remain an unauthorized activity except for this specific program. All participants in this program must fully comply with the ATV Safety Institute’s (ASI) ATV training and ASI Rider Course guidelines which will be taught at the Beaver High Adventure Base by trained instructors.

Author:Bob Gowans Bob Gowans | Director of Camping, Utah National Parks Council

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One thought on “ATV Riding Program at Beaver High Adventure Base

  1. Maloree Anderson

    I’m going to apologize in advance about this long comment. I can write a novel about my ideas, memories, experiences on quads. First, I would like to say how elated I am that the Boy Scout program is introducing quad riding. Why would you think I am so happy about this? Not because quads and off-roading is completely AWESOME but because of the positive experiences that I have had relating to them. I have been riding since I was eight years old. I remember the exact moment my parents came home with an orange 450 Honda Rancher in the back of the truck. Us a kids fell in love. Before we knew it, we had six quads and were taking them everywhere. We spent so much time together as a family riding, building tracks, maintaining, and so much more. Every single one of us had a passion for riding and we all got along very well. In fact, it was the only family time/vacation that we would not fight or bicker like normal siblings do. We as children grew a strong bond over riding and to this day, still do. We all have our differences but as soon as we put on our helmets or load up the truck we are one. Now that the Scouting program has this to share, I hope and pray that everyone, whether experienced or brand new, has the same memories and love that I have for the off-roading world.

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