Welcome to Littleton Troop 114!
Troop 114 is located in Littleton, Colorado. The Troop was founded in 1941 and has been continually chartered by
by the Littleton United Methodist Church.
Troop 114 offers Scouting opportunities to boys (and girls) from 6th grade to 12th grade.
Visit the Troop at any of the weekly meetings: Thursdays, 7:00-8:30PM. The church is at 5894 S Datura St, Littleton.
If you're a member, click on the Login/Sign up link to request a profile and receive full access to the site.
YPT: All parents are encouraged to complete and stay current on YPT training. You can find the link at the top of my.scouting.org, this direct link may work: https://www.scouting.org/training/youth-protection/
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September 14th: Weekly Meeting (Also Red Carpet Event)
Also, Red Carpet Event.
September 15th-17th: Bike Packing Campout
Sign up here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0d4aada72da7f58-bikepacking#/
The upcoming Bikepacking campout on 9/15 - 9/17 will be 3 days of biking, and camping. Meeting at LUMC Friday afternoon, Scouts will load camping gear in the trailer. Day 1 (Friday, 9/15), LUMC to Chatfield State Park. Cycling Distance: ~10 miles. Day 2 (Saturday) Chatfield Campsite to Lenny's rest via South Wadsworth, Waterton Canyon, Colorado Trail, 24 miles Day 3. (Sunday) Biking, Chatfield to LUMC ~10 miles (reverse Friday route, hopefully early before things get hot). Just note that before buying anything, all camping equipment will be loaded onto the trailer, so no gear needed on the bikes other than enough water for 20+ miles of riding.(camelbacks work good as long as you have the rest of your 10 essentials)
FYI Scouts! Be Prepared!
8/24 Troop Meeting will provide info about equipment needed, and some training opportunities to help you to BE PREPARED!
8/31 SCOUTS NEED TO BRING BIKES TO MEETING!!(Along with water, a helmet, and 10 essentials, and bike tools if you have them) We will check out your bike and hopefully go for a RIDE!
Note Parents: We need some help Riding/SAGging, especially on Friday and Sunday. We could use an adult willing to drive the trailer to Chatfield and a couple parents to follow or be very nearby to help with any flat tires, quick repairs, or to drive in any scouts who have difficulties. (Friday 15th, Sunday the 17th.)
August 21st: Swamp Base Information Night
Swamp Base Information night for parents and scouts! Recommended meeting if you are planning to go on the Troop 114 High Adventure to Swamp Base in 2024, or if you just want to know more about it!
Western Welcome Week 2023
Troop 114 is front and center carrying banners at 15 minutes.
Tyler Strobl's Eagle Project
2023 May Backpacking Campout!
Some Photos of The Scout Skills Campout
Annual Plan 2023
We had a great planning meeting last weekend! If you would like to sign up to help plan any of these activities without an adult signed up to help, please let Luke, Wil and Dominique know!
April 21: Zach's Life Project: Art Gala!
Early May: Elliot's Life Project
May 19-21: Backpacking - TBD
May 29: Memorial Day Flowers, Littleton, CO
June 4-10: Alexander Summer Camp - Lake George, CO
June 22 - July 2: Bartle Summer Camp - Missouri
July 6-14: Cavalcade High Adventure
July 22-29: Seabase High Adventure
August 11-13: Canoeing - TBD
August 19 (Tentative): Western Welcome Week, Littleton, CO
September 15-17: Bikepacking - Chatfield State Park
October 6-9: District Camporee - TBD
November 10-12: Astronomy Campout - TBD
December 1-3: Urban Survival - Denver, CO
High Adventure 2024
Swampbase will be June 10-17th, Sign-up here space is limited up to 11 people: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/9040b4faaa623abfc1-swamp#/
Philmont Cavalcade, July 5-14, 2023 :
Philmont Cavalcades are similar to regular expeditions except that, instead of hiking, crews ride horses through the rugged mountain wilderness like the famous trappers who first explored the West:
Sea Base St. Thomas Sailing, July 23-29, 2023 :
Experience the allure of the U.S. Virgin Islands. Here, the trade winds blow, offering some of the best sailing in the world. Upon arrival, your crew will board a 40-foot plus vessel with an experienced captain. Most units attain the 50 Miler Award as they circumnavigate the crystal blue waters surrounding the island of St. John. In addition to sailing, your unit will snorkel pristine coral reefs, hike in Virgin Islands National Park, swim ashore to incredible beaches, and more! We are limited to 16 slots, if you want to be placed on the waitlist for Sea Base in 2023, sign up here:
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