ProgramsCub ScoutingActivity and Trail Patches

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The following patches provide opportunities for a Tiger Cub, Cub Scout or Webelos Scout boy to have several fun, learning experiences as he discovers the Great Salt Lake Council. Please note that the varied selections are offered to meet the wide range of needs and interests of many Cub Scouts, and it is not necessary for a boy to earn all the patches.

Click here for a list of achievements that earning these patches can pass off.


100 Years of Scouting in the LDS Church 1913-2013 Patch

This is a special patch that can be earned by Tiger Cub, Cubscouts and Webelos Scouts
   By completing 8 requirements using the Rockwell Painging Exhibit Passport, a Tiger Cub, Cub Scouts, and
   Webelos Scouts can earn  the colorful 100 years of Scouting in the LDS Church Patch. 
          The patch symbolizes many things. 1st the blue and gold rings around it represent Cub Scouting.
          "This is the Place Monument" tells the story of the LDS Church started in Utah.  The sky represents
           that boys and young men can do challenging things successfully, and reach for the sky.
          The Fleur-de-li is the symbol of the Boy Scouts of America.  The Eagle and Shield represents our Country.
          The face is the face of Norman Rockwell and represents his many years of service to Scouting
   To earn this 100 Years of Scouting Patch print out the Rockwell Painting Exhibit Passport and get started soon.


   In the passport is designates locations of where you can get the patch once it is earned.
   Get started today!


Click on the patch name to view the patch and the requirements.


America, My Home Museum of Natural History Walk
Hometown Discovery Wheeler Historic Farm
Historical and Pioneer Walk Cub Zoo Trail
Fort Douglas Patriotic Walk Benson Gristmill
Physical Fitness Award Family Camping
International Activity Patch William T. Hornaday Unit Award
Kennecott's Bingham Canyon Mine Tour Patch This is the Place Heritage Park
Utah Fire Fighters Museum and Memorial Utah State Fair Patch
Emergency Prepareness Award Crime Prevention Award
GSLC Outdoor Ethics Conservation Garden Park
Cub Scout World Conservation Award  
Cub Scouting's Leave No Trace
  U of U Physics Lab
U of U Observatory Ability Awareness
Conservation Good Turn Patch Outdoor Activity Patch



A boy and or leader may earn any of these patches by participating with either a family member or with a Den or Pack. Many requirements of the patches meet achievements and electives in the Cub Scout books, and should be signed accordingly. Also, some patches have similar requirements so that one activity could meet the requirements for more than one patch; however, service projects are an important part of Cub Scouting. Please don't limit your opportunities for giving service.


Most patches are available for purchase at all of the Council stores.
There are some patches that must be purchased at the tour site.

Please notice that there are some new patches as well as some that have been updated and have new requirements.

- Please remember that while on any field trips with your den or pack, both boys and leaders, are encouraged to wear uniforms. Boys should be reminded that they are representing the Boy Scouts of America.

boys lifePlease call and verify all times, costs and other information with the host organization prior to going.

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