Scout Groups

Archery targets lined up against hay bales. Arrows have been shot into the targets and bales.

Scout Groups

We're happy to partner with scouts in our shared goal of getting youth outside. We have two primary offerings for scout groups: archery and ropes course combo programs and a standard ropes course ticket at non-profit pricing. We also offer scout patches for sale. We have patches for Ropes Course, Zip Lines, and Archery.

See more details about our most common tickets below. Scroll past to learn more, or use the links below to jump to a section.

Archery + Climb & Zip Combo Program

Looking for a high adventure scout event? Want to tick off two experiences in one evening - even on a school night? This program is for you! In just 2.5 hours, scouts complete an introductory archery experience with a High Trek archery instructor, then head up into the ropes course to climb and fly on the zip lines.

For online, the minimum group size is 12 and the maximum group size is 25 (based on availability). Under certain circumstances we are able to waiver the minimum. We can book above 25 (it will take more than 2.5 hours). To start the process for either scenario, click the green button below to submit an inquiry.

Per Guest
Ages 8+
* Add $10 per guest for climb times on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday.

Non-profit Climb & Zip

The same great ropes course experience as our Captain's Course or Cadet's Course ticket, at non-profit pricing. Is your group too big to book online? Click the "Submit an Inquiry" button below to reach out to our group sales team.

Per Guest
Ages 4+
48" minimum height recommended
* Add $10 per guest for climb times on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday.
A girl scout draws back a bow and prepares to release an arrow.

What to expect from a combo program?

Flow of the program

The program generally flows as follows, but there could be rearranging based on group size and what your archery instructor thinks will provide the best experience for your team.


When you arrive, your group will check in at the office to weigh in, verify waivers, and connect with your archery instructor. Your archery instructor will be your guide for the day.


Your archery instructor will lead you through your archery experience. You can learn more about safety and procedures on our Archery at High Trek page.

Space for a quick break

It's time to grab some water and a snack - you're on your way to the ropes course.

It's time to climb

High Trek staff will guide you through the gear up and ground school process. Once finished with ground school, all participants may enter the course. From there, participants have the remaining time to climb and zip.

Add on to the Adventure

Ice Cream

We offer a variety of Good Humor ice cream products. Available for pre-purchase as an add-on or purchase on-site.
April - October only

Purchase Tickets to See Add-on Options
The scout patches available for purchase at High Trek

Scout Patches

Looking for a fun way to remember your climbing experience? Patches are available for purchase on-site for scouts and non-scouts alike.

For two!
Purchase On-site

Tent Rental

Tents are available to rent. Each tent rental is for 2 hours and include exclusive use of the tent for that time period. Schedule to best accommodate your needs. Must be reserved at least 3 days in advance.

For 2 hour rental
Reserve Your Tent

How to Prepare

What to Wear

Wear clothes that are comfortable and appropriate for the weather.

Keep the following dress requirements in mind:

  • Shoes must cover participants' toes and secure around the heel.
  • Leggings, shorts, or pants should be under dresses, skirts, and kilts.
  • Jackets and other layers may be worn under our gear.

What to Bring

  • Bring gloves that meet our glove requirements.
    You can also purchase gloves from us during checkout, or borrow a complementary pair (no charge).
  • Bring water, this is a physical activity!

What Not to Bring

  • Please leave any personal archery or climbing equipment at home. Participants are required to use the equipment provided by High Trek.


  • All participants must weigh under 265lbs.
  • Participants must be able to reach up to 70 inches to climb the Captain's Course. Participants unable to reach this height should be accompanied by someone who can reach.
  • Participants must be at least 10 years old to participate in a combo program.
  • Those who have heart conditions or who are pregnant should not participate in the ropes course portion and should consult a doctor before participating in archery.
  • Participants with joint and back conditions should consult a doctor before participating.
  • Participants may not be under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
  • Participants must have a valid High Trek Everett waiver completed within the past 360 days. Waivers from other High Trek locations are not accepted.
    Click here to complete a waiver.