MOHAB is the Montana High Adventure Base – the nation’s premiere wilderness expedition program serving the High Adventure needs of Boy Scouts and Venturers worldwide. MOHAB’s uniqueness is defined by its remote location, wilderness character, and multisport expedition travel.
- The MOHAB Curriculum focuses on ultralight backpacking, wilderness packrafting, expedition leadership, and conservation.
- MOHAB Programs are available to entire units (troops, teams, and crews), or to individual or small groups of Scouts coming without their unit.
- MOHAB Programs span the range of difficulty from easy to hard, and include both Wilderness Trekking and Wilderness Packrafting expeditions, one or two weeks in length.
MOHAB is based out of the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Ranch (TRMR). It covers more than 6,000 acres that lie in the foothills of the east slope of the Rocky Mountains west of Depuyer, Montana. The property abuts over one million acres of national forest and Wilderness. This area contains habitat for elk and mule deer. Additionally whitetail deer, cougar, and grizzly and black bears regularly use this property and bighorn sheep and Rocky Mountain goats occur in adjacent national forest lands.
Latitude 48° 7’5.96″N • Longitude 112°39’41.55″W
MOHAB is a Nationally Accredited Camp through the National Camp Accreditation Program (NCAP)
Boy Scouts, Venturers
Camp Registration / Contact
In Person: Visit a Service Center in your district
March 31 – 50% due
May 31 – Balance due
Health & Medical Form
All campers are required to submit a completed health & medical form.
*Investment in Character and Leadership Discount
An in-council troop that meets their Investment in Character and Leadership goal by April 1, will receive a $10 discount per boy for summer camp or NYLT fees. It is just our way of saying “Thank you” for supporting the Montana Council with your financial contributions. If you have already paid your fees, your discount will be refunded to you.
Cancellations & Refunds
Any unit or individual Scout canceling prior to June 1 may be able to receive a refund of fees less the $200 deposit and $75 camp readiness fee for each Scout and/or Adult cancellation.
After June 1, no refunds will be issued until after the end of the camping season. Refunds will be determined by the Camp Director. Valid reasons include death, illness or military orders such as TDA or PCS. Scouts and adults will receive one half of fees charged and/or paid for each camp.
All fees must be paid on time in order to hold your campsite, the unit may lose its place if fees are not on time.