Home of the 2013 National Scout Jamboree® and every one to come, the Summit Bechtel Reserve™ is much more than a camp. It’s the fourth High Adventure Base providing BSA with an unparalleled setting for outdoor programs. The Summit offers 10,000 awesome acres bordered by the New River Gorge National River Area (that’s 70,000 extra acres of National Park land on hand!), bringing you a world of adventure to explore. Experience intense outdoor programs—rock climbing, mountain biking, zip-lining, and more—plus the traditional Scouting activities you love, including shooting sports, nature studies, and outdoor skills to name a few. The Summit… taking Scouts to the edge of what they think they can do … and beyond!
Perfect for collecting and trading, this pin also spreads Summit excitement wherever you wear it! Square, button-style pin features the Summit logo printed in orange and white under a protective epoxy dome.
Measures 1/2" square; includes fused post pin (approx. 1/4" long) with butterfly clutch back.
Die-cut emblem features a vibrant embroidered design against a black background and outlined in gold. Includes image of a rappeller along with the Summit Bechtel Reserve™ logo and Universal Emblem. Embroidery on cotton twill. Emblem measures approx. 2½" x 5". Learn More
In October 2011 the Jamboree program activities volunteer began writing a monthly blog featuring a different Jamboree activity each month, starting with whitewater rafting on the New River. Each month’s Jamblog is supported with an emblem, which will be available the month prior to the posting month. There will be a new Jamblog emblem released every month until Jamboree 2013! Learn More