Sierra Expeditions offers premier wilderness education programs to groups and individuals. Activities including guided backpacking, mountain biking, rock climbing and much more are based in the beautiful Sequoia National Forest, Golden Trout Wilderness, and Inyo National Forest.
Let our experts guide you through a wilderness experience which is beyond your expectations and will prepare you and your crew to plan, train, backpack, cook, and execute every aspect of your trip like a pro throughout the rest of your Scouting career. Join the Sierra Expeditions team for an adventure this summer!
We offer our participants the opportunity to explore California’s wilderness environment through programs which are challenging and educational, promoting leadership and character development in the youth of tomorrow, as well as a respect for the environment and their surroundings.
Though not exclusive to the Boy Scouts of America, we are owned and operated by the Western Los Angeles County Council, BSA.
The first of our programs, you can select from 6 to 11 day treks that take you to gorgeous meadows, crystal clear streams, invigorating hot springs, breath-taking mountain peaks, gigantic trees and some of the most beautiful scenery of the continental United States.
If mountain biking is your thing, then this is your program. We offer several itineraries of cycling through the Kern River Valley, covering enormous amounts of space and stopping for various “High Adventure” activities. Our different cycling itineraries vary in the daytime and evening activities that are offered along the way.
For older participants (ages 14-21) who are seeking something different, this program focuses on leadership development through high adventure activities and unique challenges. Here is an opportunity for individuals to branch out and grow beyond what typical residential camp programs offer. This program offers leadership experience, new friends, and a memorable week in the gorgeous sierras.
Horse Packing Program
This program is for those scouts and crews who want to learn and work with Horses out in the back country. This six day program takes groups out into the Golden Trout Wilderness in the Sequoia National Monument, on horse back and pack mules. Scouts have the opportunity to earn the Horsemanship merit badge, while they learn to care for horse, learn cowboy style cooking, and outdoor ethics. Minimum group size 5, maximum 8, group must have at least one adult.