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Challenging; Approximately 57 miles; Maps required: South, North
/KML/2019/12 Day-06.KMZRoute 6


Bring your poles for this specially tailored fishing trek! Begin as you hop off the bus at Lover’s Leap and make your way uphill to Urraca Camp. Nestled among the trees is a dedicated team of Philmont Staff, trained in the science of teambuilding and ready to turn your crew into a high performing machine! Descend from Urraca to the flowing waters of the Rayado River and stop for a root beer and visit the homestead of the Abreu family. The next day is quite a journey to Crater Lake and the Continental Tie & Lumber Co., so arrive early to complete your service project! Finish the evening with the most scenic campfire you’ve ever experienced and enjoy the music as it ties your heart to this magical place. Lace up your boots, because the next day’s traverse is up to Fowler Pass, down to Bonito Creek, up to Webster Pass, and down again to your destination: Fish Camp, Waite Phillips’ favorite retreat. After a quick fly tying lesson, use your handmade fly to hook a trout. Next, press on toward Philmont’s rugged western boundary and enjoy some fishing at the trail camp Porcupine. Swing by Beaubien to soak in some western lore if you have a chance! On your way to Mt. Phillips, visit the homestead at Crooked Creek and the fur trappers at Clear Creek. After a memorable Mt. Phillips summit, make your way down to Hunting Lodge and lookout for the gold prospectors and miners near Cyphers Mine. Enjoy Waite Phillips’ Hunting Lodge, soak in the history and wet a fly in the reservoir! At Clarks Fork, saddle up for a horse ride, enjoy a delicious Chuck Wagon dinner, and end the day at a traditional cowboy campfire. With the end in sight, your crew will be tired, but motivated and optimistic along the scenic traverse to Tooth Ridge Trail Camp. This is the perfect staging point for a sunrise seat atop the iconic Tooth of Time, then traverse Tooth Ridge as you make your way back to Base Camp.

Dry Camps: Comanche Peak; Tooth Ridge;

Trek
Day
CampProgram FeaturesCampsite Features
1Camping Headquarters TB Opening Campfire Commissary; Showers; Trading Post;  
2Urraca Bus to Lovers Leap Trailhead 


Ranger Training  
3Abreu Challenge Events @ UrracaShowers;  


Tour Abreu Homestead Showers;  


Cabin Tour Showers;  


Mexican Dinner Showers;  
4Crater Lake Conservation Showers;  


Continental Tie & Lumber Showers;  


spar pole climbing Showers;  


Evening Campfire Showers;  
5Fish Camp Fishing Lodge Tour  


Fly Tying  


Fishing Opportunities  


Hike over Fowler Mesa  
6Porcupine Food Pickup @ Phillips JunctionTrail Camp; (Commissary; Trading Post; Showers; at Phillips Junction)


Western Lore / Branding @ BeaubienTrail Camp; (Showers (wood stoked); at Beaubien)
7Wild Horse Homesteading @ Crooked CreekTrail Camp; 


Cabin Tour @ Crooked CreekTrail Camp; 
8Comanche Peak Rocky Mountain Fur Company @ Clear CreekTrail Camp (Usually dry); 


Tomahawks @ Clear CreekTrail Camp (Usually dry); 


Hike over Mount Phillips @ Clear CreekTrail Camp (Usually dry); 


Hike over Comanche Peak @ Clear CreekTrail Camp (Usually dry); 
9Hunting Lodge Gold Mining & Panning @ Cyphers Mine (Showers (wood stoked); at Cyphers Mine)


Mine Tour @ Cyphers Mine 


Blacksmithing @ Cyphers Mine 


Tour Hunting Lodge  


Fishing Opportunities  
10Clarks Fork Climbing Gym @ CimarroncitoShowers;  (Showers; at Cimarroncito)


Horse Rides Showers;  


Chuck Wagon Dinner Showers;  


Evening Campfire Showers;  
11Tooth Ridge Climb Shaefer's Peak Trail Camp (Always dry); 


Water @ Clarks ForkTrail Camp (Always dry); (Showers; at Clarks Fork)
12Camping Headquarters HB Tooth of Time Commissary; Showers; Trading Post;  


Hike in via Tooth Ridge Trail Commissary; Showers; Trading Post;  


Awards Campfire Commissary; Showers; Trading Post;  
Warning: Itinerary details provided by PhilSearch are for planning purposes only.  Only the current year's "Treks" book and the addendums to it, if any, should be used for final trek selection.
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Program opportunities not included on the official itinerary

This list is not complete and is dependent on the route you take each day.
Visit the Villa Philmonte at Camping Headquarters TB on day 1
National Scouting Museum at Camping Headquarters TB on day 1
Cantina at Abreu on day 3
Hike over Trail Peak at Beaubien on day 6
Fishing Opportunities at Phillips Junction on day 6 Double Dip
Muzzle Loading Rifles at Clear Creek on day 8
Stomp at Cyphers Mine on day 9
Hike via Hidden Valley / Window Rock at Hunting Lodge on day 9
Rock Climbing & Rappelling at Cimarroncito on day 10
Hike via Hidden Valley / Window Rock at Cimarroncito on day 10
Advanced Rock Climbing Instruction at Cimarroncito on day 10
Western Lore / Branding at Clarks Fork on day 11 Double Dip
Tooth of Time at Tooth Ridge on day 11 Double Dip
Visit the Villa Philmonte at Camping Headquarters HB on day 12
National Scouting Museum at Camping Headquarters HB on day 12