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High Adventure

Climbing Wall and Zipline
Girls have the opportunity to be fearless and try something new at Camp Fiddlecreek this spring! Working together as a team, Girl Scouts scale the climbing wall and fly through the air on the zipline, all while experiencing a breathtaking view of camp.

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Trained facilitators will guide Girl Scout Brownies through Ambassadors on the wall and zipline for a memorable outing. Participants must climb the wall in order to zipline.

Whether Troop Camping or just coming out for the day, the climbing wall and zipline are open to any Girl Scout group or individual. Participants are welcome to enjoy other activities in the area like bringing a picnic, taking a nature hike, playing GaGa ball or trying out other ground obstacles.

For more information email Melissa Niedermann or call 314.592.2346.

Safety Information

All climbing wall and zip line participants must wear:

  • Climbing helmet (provided)
  • Chest or seat harness (provided)
  • Sturdy, closed toe athletic shoes, no sandals.
  • Close-fitting clothing and long pants (recommended)
  • Raingear, if necessary
  • Sunscreen (climbing wall is not in the shade)

All climbing wall and zip line participants must:

  • Have hair tied back
  • Remove necklaces, earrings, and dangling earrings before climbing
  • Bring a refillable water bottle

Optional items to bring:

  • Climbing gloves – limited quantities available at Camp Fiddlecreek to borrow
Program Times & Dates
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Session Information

Individuals or groups can register for a 90-minute session, which has a 10-person limit. Troops who exceed the 10-person limit can choose two time slots. If a girl is registering to attend as an individual, an adult must accompany her to camp and be present during the program. Adults are welcome to register. The cost is $14 per person.

Troop Outdoor Adventure Course Challenge
Build troop spirit, improve communication and develop resourcefulness in your girls by participating in a fun and challenging low- and high-ropes course at Camp Tuckaho.

In this interactive activity, girls are faced with decision-making situations that can be mentally and physically challenging as they navigate obstacles on the ground and in trees.

OAC Season
Mar. 1 – May 30
Aug. 1 – Oct. 31

For more information email Kathy Kahn or call 314.592.2368.