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2012 Klondike. Winter Awareness Training. Training Agenda. Introduction Preparing your unit for Klondike Planning Steps Training on How to Pack your Backpack Preparing a hearty meal for your Patrol Gear for cold weather camping The Event: Friday Night - Sunday

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2012 klondike

2012 Klondike

Winter Awareness Training


Training agenda

Training Agenda

  • Introduction

  • Preparing your unit for Klondike

    • Planning Steps

    • Training on How to Pack your Backpack

    • Preparing a hearty meal for your Patrol

    • Gear for cold weather camping

  • The Event: Friday Night - Sunday

    • Travel, Arrival, and Parking

    • Hitting the Trail

    • Checking in at Camp

    • Setting up Camp (Water, trash and Toilets)

    • Saturday Events - Town Mayor’s

    • Saturday Evening

    • Check out and the hike home


Preparing your unit for klondike

Preparing your Unit for Klondike

  • What does a successful trip look like to you (SPL and Adult Leaders)?

  • Planning Steps

  • Safety Considerations

    • Conditions change quickly

    • Buddy system, patrol method

    • Units stay together on the trial and in camp

    • Keeping warm means keeping dry (inside and out)

    • Emergency Action Plans

    • Leave No Trace

    • Tour Permits and Guide to Safe Scouting


Conditions change

Conditions Change


Be prepared

Be Prepared


Packing your gear

Packing your gear

Key points

  • Warm sleeping gear packed separate

  • Sleeping bag in waterproof bag

  • Carry only what you need

  • Use a checklist and double check

  • Use a meeting to inspect your packs and gear

  • Pack covers for poor weather


Feeding your patrol

Feeding your Patrol

Key Points

  • Simple to prepare

  • One pot meal

  • High protein and high carbohydrates

  • Easy clean up

  • Tasty

  • Low cost

  • Plenty of liquids


Travel arrival and parking

Travel, Arrival, and Parking

Key Points

  • Check vehicles before you go

  • Driving conditions

  • Carry chains

  • Stop in Shaver Lake to put on gear

  • Be ready to unload when you arrive

  • Assemble your Unit clear of the unloading area


Preparing your unit for klondike1

Preparing your unit for Klondike

Saturday Activities and Events - Joseph

  • Breakfast in Camp sites

  • Opening Ceremonies and Flags -

  • Events – Reports from the Town Mayor’s

  • Scoutmaster Tea -

  • Lunch time what you need to know– Teresa

  • Awards Ceremony –

  • Patches and Checkout

  • Saturday Evening Activities -


Training agenda1

Training Agenda

  • Saturday Activities and Events - Joseph

    • Breakfast in Camp sites

    • Opening Ceremonies and Flags -

    • Events – Reports from the Town Mayor’s

    • Scoutmaster Tea -

    • Lunch time what you need to know– Teresa

    • Awards Ceremony –

    • Patches and Checkout

    • Saturday Evening Activities -

  • Other Issues - Dave

    • First Aid

    • Evacuation Plan, Poor Weather

    • Leave No Trace

    • Tour Permits

    • Guide to Safe Scouting


Training agenda2

Training Agenda

  • Introduction

  • Preparing your unit for Klondike

    • Planning Steps

    • Training on How to Pack your Backpack

  • The Event Begins – Friday Night

    • Travel, Arrival, and Parking

    • Hitting the Trail

    • Checking in at Camp

    • Setting up Camp (Water, trash and Toilets)

    • Preparing a hearty meal for your Patrol


Training agenda3

Training Agenda

  • Saturday Activities and Events

    • Breakfast in Camp

    • Opening Ceremonies and Flags

    • Events – Reports from the Town Mayor’s

    • Lunch time what you need to bring

    • Awards Ceremony

    • Saturday Evening Activities

  • Other Issues

    • First Aid

    • Evacuation Plan, Poor Weather

    • Leave No Trace

    • Tour Permits

    • Guide to Safe Scouting


Travel arrival and parking1

Travel, Arrival and Parking

  • Be prepared for winter driving conditions

  • All vehicles must carry tire chains

  • Consider a pre-arrival stop to get gear on

  • Parking


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