You’re a leader! You’re an advocate for all and are always cheering on the group. Through empathy, team building, and humility, you empower those around you to be their best.

You'll love our team-building sessions, and you might be cut out to be a Program Aide helping younger Girl Scouts too.

Troop Trek

June 12-14

Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors, Ambassadors

Steamboat Springs

Come up to beautiful Steamboat Springs for Troop Camp! Activities are planned for Juniors through Ambassadors, but all are invited. We will earn one or two badges per age level, the Discovering the Wilderness Patch and learn outdoor skills from Program Aides, Reach for the Peak Competitors and Gold Award Girl Scouts. Organized activities start Friday at 3:30 p.m. and run through Sunday at 11:30  a.m.

Super Girls

June 14-19


Sky High Ranch

Show off your inner superhero! Unleash your Amazonian hunting skills on the archery course and make bracelets and tiara to harness your powers! Go back to your warrior princess roots by taking a night hike to learn about constellations and by sculpting your own legend out of clay! Practice self-defense and protect your empire by land and by water! This camp does not include zip line. You'll stay in a seasonal unit with cots and mattresses. Bathroom facilities are outhouses with water troughs.

Magic Sky Teambuilding Troop Camp

Sept. 18-20
Brownies, Juniors, 
Cadettes, Seniors, Ambassadors

Magic Sky Ranch

At this camp, your troop will learn to work together while you participate in team challenges and support each other in individual accomplishments. You'll learn to work with your troop to communicate, problem-solve, and think creatively and these skills will be called upon as you conquer the high – ropes challenge course and work together through teambuilding problems. Plus, you’ll have time to shoot a bullseye on the archery course, enjoy a nature hike, play capture the flag and spend time with new friends around the campfire! All programming, meals and lodging is coordinated by GSCO staff, troops stay in cabins with indoor bathrooms. Questions? Contact registrars@gscolorado.org.

Counselors in Training

various dates


Tomahawk Ranch and Sky High Ranch

Do you have dreams of being a camp counselor one day? Enhance your leadership and camp counseling skills: learn to create lesson plans, develop behavior management and discipline strategies for campers, and improve your camp skills overall. Girls must have completed CIT 1 Training in order to register for CIT 2. CIT 1 is for Seniors entering grade 10, and Ambassadors.

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