Ventura County Council

Cycling Achievement Award

Ventura County Council

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3'' x 4''

Ride 100 miles in one day.

Topa Topa

Ventura County Council

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3” x 3”

Backpack the Los Padres National Forest to the Topatopa bluff.

Tri-Challenge Award

Ventura County Council

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The Tri-Challenge Award offered by the Ventura County Council, Boy Scouts of America, is a special award for achieving prerequisites as described below, and finally traveling fifty (50) miles within a thirty-six (36) hour period by backpacking, canoeing and cycling. A minimum of ten (10) miles will be required for each segment and the remaining twenty (20) miles may be flexible between the three modes of travel. You may travel in any order. To qualify for the Tri-Challenge Award, the group must complete the following requirements:

Condor Award

Ventura County Council

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4” x 4”

During a span of 1 year complete 25 hours of wilderness backpack Hiking within Ventura County.

Mount Pinos

Ventura County Council

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3” x 4”

The Basic patch can be earned by hiking from Camp Three Fallsvia Sheep Camp, Sawmill Mt. to Condor Observation Point at Mt. Pinos and return the same way back to camp. An overnight camp is required, and Sheep Camp is recommended. At Mt. Pinosa group picture must be taken.

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