Hiking and Trail Patches Related to Camp Wolverton
From the collection of Frank Glick


Silver Bearpaw - This was the most popular Wolverton hiking trip that was commemorated with a patch. The "Silver Bearpaw" is a 62-mile hike that was initiated in 1967.  Many varieties of a round patch were issued for this trip from 1967 through 1971, and ended with the square patch design, which began its use in 1972.  All of the patches were reordered several times over the years and there are slight varieties of each of the patches as a result of that. 

Light Blue Round

Medium Blue Round

Dark Blue Round

Light Gold Rectangular

Dark Gold Rectangular