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"These properties are donated and dedicated to the Boy Scouts of America for the purpose of perpetuating faith—self reliance—integrity—freedom. Principles used to build this great country by the American pioneer so that these future citizens may, through thoughtful adult guidance, and by the inspiration of nature visualize and form a code of living to diligently maintain these high ideals and our proper destiny."
~Waite Phillips at the dedication of Philmont

 Welcome to the Philmont Forum!

This website is dedicated to Philmont Scout Ranch and other high adventure opportunities in the Scouting programs.  The site includes a message board (forum), a private messaging system, and user profiles and features.  If you are already a regisitered member, login and update your profile.  If you are not already a registered member, register and join the community.

All registered members have full access to post messages and reply to messages on the message board, to write Philmont articles and blogs, to upload and download photos from the photo gallery, and to upload and download documents and files from the "download" section. So look around, login or register, then join the community of users.

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Philmont 2015 Unit Registration Packet

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Received this from Fran yesterday...

Dear Scouter:

Please find the information you need at the following link on our website:

http://philmontscoutranch.org/Camping/TrekPlanning/HowToReserve.aspx

Also, be sure to view the exciting new promotional video by clicking on the icon below the Registration Packet on the upper right hand corner.   This video can also be downloaded at:

http://philmontscoutranch.org/Resources/Downloads/videos.aspx

If you have any questions or concerns after reviewing this material, don’t hesitate to call or email.  

Thank you,

Fran Romero
Camping Registration
17 Deer Run Rd.
Cimarron NM 87714
575-376-2281 x 1139
575-376-2636 fax
www.philmontscoutranch.org

Delivering Wilderness and Learning Adventures That Last A Lifetime

 

New Crew Picture

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I went to Philmont last year, and I remember that I got a crew picture, but I don't remember framing it. I'm starting to think that I misplaced it. Is there any way I can get a new Crew Pic.
BTW I am talking about the manditory picture where you all sit down with the big board that says philmont and your trek number.
Last Updated on Friday, 17 May 2013 10:17
 

Site Downtime

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Sorry about the intermittant site issues.  The site has been hacked a couple of times even though all software (at least as far as I can tell) is up to date.  I'm going to work on migrating the site to a new platform.  This may take some time.  In the mean time, I will do my best to keep this version up and active.

Shane
 

2013 Menu

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2012 2013 menues are out.
http://www.philmontscoutranch.org/Camping/~/link.aspx?_id=64E49C8E029E48ACBAF5006AE1AFF5EC&_z=z
No Mountain House. Do check the serving size on the dinners.
Last Updated on Friday, 03 May 2013 05:32
 

Philmont Advisor's Guide 2013

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"The Philmont Advisor's Guide" is an unofficial publication developed and supported with input from experienced advisors and Philmont Rangers for over 20 years.  Originally begun by NCAC scouters Coop Wright and Wally Feurtado, it is updated continually throughout each year, in response to changes in Philmont best practices, policies and protocols. There is also a once-annual "overhaul" at the completion of the prior camping season, which is available each September.

This 90+ page guide has proven invaluable to legions of scouters for more than twenty years, yet remains fresh, timely, and insightful.  The guide is a compilation of input from a network of advisors and staffers, which is what makes it unique. That network also includes experienced female advisors, rangers and ranger trainers, which adds an important perspective for the growing Venturing population at Philmont - and gives women the option of contacting peers "off-line" through contact info in the guide for questions. 

This guide is written to include best practices for all who trek at Philmont. We will continue to reference campers’ use of both old and new, traditional and ultra-lite products and philosophies, with the belief that has been the foundation of the Philmont Advisor’s Guide: There is no one “right way” to do Philmont.

For more information, use the website link: www.philmontadvisorsguide.com/pag.html.  For more information please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
Last Updated on Sunday, 28 April 2013 06:09
 
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