Since 1938, Tahosa High Adventure Base has been the adventure playground of choice for troops and crews from around the country. Sitting at a whopping 9,000 feet in elevation (1.7 miles above sea level), campers share a world with moose, trout, mountain lions, elk, river otters, and bears. They climb mountain passes formed millions of years ago or boat in a lake fed by natural springs. Endless skies, stunning views, and crisp mountain air lets participants leave the world behind and truly enjoy this little Rocky Mountain camp, no matter the time of year. Tahosa High Adventure Base operates under a special use permit with the Roosevelt National Forest.
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