Klondike Derby - National Pike - 2017

Klondike Derby - National Pike - 2017
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11676 Marriottsville Road
Marriottsville, MD 21104, US
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2017 Klondike Derby
Saturday, January 28th, 2017
 Date: Saturday, January 28, 2017

                                              Place: McKeldin Area of Patapsco State Park

                                              Event Start Time:  
 8:00 A.M. – 1:00 P.M.  Boy Scout Trail

  8:30 A.M. – 1:00 P.M.  Cub Scout Trail


 WHAT is a Klondike Derby:

 Cub Scout Trail:  Cub Scouts will learn about the 1898 Klondike Gold Rush while having fun and playing games!   The Cub Scout Klondike trail is an outdoor trail activity approximately 1.5 miles long and is intended for Tigers, Wolves, Bears, and first year Webelos...Click Here for MORE!


 Boy Scout Trail:  The Boy Scout trail is intended for Webelos and Boy Scouts below the rank of First Class.  The Klondike Derby Boy Scout trail is a three mile hike with multiple stations designed to test scout skills required for First Class...Click Here for MORE!



Scouts $15.00
BSA Registered Adults $0.00
Non BSA Adults $5.00
Extra Patches $4.00
Camping Nights $2.00
Park Pass Discount -$0.50

*For more information regarding fees Click Here


Event Coordinator:  Dan Phillips (503-758-3471, scouterdanmail@gmail.com)

Registrar:  Randy Miller (410-381-3260, randymiller10@comcast.net)


Registration is due by January 21, 2017.  To reduce congestion on the trails and park, registration will be limited to the first 600 Scouts on the Cub Scout Trail and the first 50 sleds on the Boy Scout Trail.  Units are strongly encouraged to register before January 9.  Registration is not complete until the fees are received for the number of participants indicated.





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Cancellation Policy
This event is subject to cancellation due to weather or other safety conditions, as determined by the NPD event staff or the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. Event organizers will follow the BSA Guide to Safe Scouting and their own judgment when considering safety issues. NPD will make every reasonable effort to hold the event; however, if the event is cancelled, NPD will not be able to offer refunds but will distribute event materials in an equitable manner.