When planning, our guys wanted everything that involved shooting and every peak. We did one peak and two kinds of shooting and they had a great trek.
Personally, I was not that impressed with firing a black powder rifle twice. It was nice, but I've done that without hiking twenty miles. But the guys liked it.
Apache Springs is a lovely camp and where we had our a layover day and conservation. The sweat lodges were a big hit.
Never skip an activity. We skipped GPS navigation and spent time sitting around in camp. We did the mock Search and Rescue and had a blast, especially because half our crew was WFA-trained and aced the exercise, delighting the staff.
Camping on top of Mt. Phillips and starting out in the clouds the next day was really memorable.
The activities are Clarks Fork were really time-consuming. We got in a bit late and spent all our time at the chuck wagon. No horse rides that day (wouldn't have had time), barely time for branding. The chuck-wagon meal was not that big a deal, it would have been faster to cook in camp. There wasn't any fellowship with other trekkers, mostly a lot of standing in line.
Rock climbing was great, they like 3-D archery. Two guys asked if they could do another conservation project.
Fly-tying was fun, and our guys caught fish.
Trail camps are great. I think my favorite place was Wild Horse Meadow. Lovely spot, quiet evening, we found out that some refried beans mixed into the mac and cheese with some extra spices tasted great.
Both the Stomp and the campfire at Clark's Fork were impressive.
Really, every single activity is great, so don't worry too much. Make sure you hit some favorites and enjoy the trek.
One big question, are the Scouts there for program or for mountains? If they want to hike a lot, do that. We have the Sierras, so we went for a less-challenging itinerary (#4) and more program time. Either choice can work.
Going home over the Tooth is a long day, but special. We ran into our Ranger as we walked back into camp, that was a great reunion.
If you have to choose, go for things that you can't do at home.