High Adventure is any activity that requires special training or skills to safely participate in. High adventure activities include horseback riding, archery, kayaking, rock climbing, backpacking, and many, many more. For a full list of approved high adventure activities and what you need to do to participate in them safely, read the Safety Activity Checkpoints section below.
Challenge yourself at your level and learn new skills as you progress in the outdoors through high adventure. Girl Scouts can participate in experiences that are truly transformative: paddle a canoe, shoot a bow and arrow, or be challenged on a high ropes course above the treetops! High Adventure builds confidence and life-skills as girls take-risks, get outside their comfort zones, and have fun!
What is High Adventure?
Safety Activity Checkpoints
Safety Activity Checkpoints (SACs) is a resource that provides safety standards and guidelines for approved Girl Scout activities. Review the SACs of any high adventure activity you intend to partake in, whether through the Council or an outside vendor.
Paid High Adventure Opportunities
Volunteer High Adventure Opportunities