What is MOHAB?
MOHAB is the Montana High Adventure Base – the nation’s premiere wilderness expedition training and instruction program serving the High Adventure needs of Boy Scouts and Venturers worldwide. MOHAB’s uniqueness is defined by its remote location, wilderness character, and multi-sport expedition travel.
- The MOHAB Curriculum focuses on ultralight backpacking, wilderness packrafting, expedition leadership, and conservation.
- MOHAB Programs are available to entire units (troops, teams, and crews), or to individual or small groups of Scouts coming to MOHAB without their unit. Learn more…
- MOHAB Programs span the range of difficulty from easy to hard, and include both Wilderness Trekking and Wilderness Packrafting expeditions, one or two weeks in length.
- View our Program Schedule
MOHAB is a High Adventure program operated by the Montana Council of the Boy Scouts of America, in partnership with the Boone and Crockett Club.
- Luke Coccoli is the Camp Director of MOHAB and the Conservation Programs Manager for the Boone and Crockett Club. Learn more about Luke…
- Ryan Jordan is the Program Director of MOHAB and the High Adventure Committee Chair for the Montana Council BSA. Learn more about Ryan…
Where is MOHAB?
MOHAB is located near Dupuyer, Montana (80 miles west of Great Falls, MT) at the Boone and Crockett Club’s Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Ranch. The Ranch is located on property adjacent to the wilderness boundary of the Bob Marshall Wilderness.
- Getting to MOHAB – more information about the Ranch, the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex, air transportation logistics and driving directions.