We know many people are wishing they could be anywhere other than their home right now and we’ve had a lot of requests to come social distance here at Philmont. While that is not possible right now, we did want to share some ways to help bring Philmont to your home.
Downloadable Philmont Photos
Philmont’s Flickr page is a great resource to download beautiful high resolution photos of Philmont’s programs and landscapes! Change the background on your computer or set your AppleTV to pull from our photostream as your screensaver! CHECK IT OUT
Enjoy the Sounds of Philmont
The Philmont YouTube channel has some great videos on it, but it also is home to the Villa Sessions, a series of musical performances from the 2018 staff. Put this playlist on shuffle and fill your home with the sounds of the talented Philmont staff!
Keep an Eye on the Tooth of Time
One of our most popular webpages is the Philmont Webcam. This provides you with a near real-time view of Camping Headquarters, the Tooth of Time, and the National Scouting Museum.
Follow us on Social Media
Philmont is active on Facebook and Instagram, are you following us? We will continue to post content and images from Philmont.
Find Your Photo in the Photo Archive
Check out past Blog posts and copies of the PhilNews
Explore Philmont on Google Earth
Each year the Philmont GIS team creates a file that you can load into Google Earth Pro (available for free) on your computer and explore the trails, boundaries, camps, and geographical features of Philmont. The good news for you is that they just finished the 2020 data file! CHECK IT OUT
Order Philmont Souvenirs Online
Whether you are looking for a map, coffee mug, fleece blanket or a new backpack, we’ve got it online at ToothofTimeTraders.com! We are extending FREE SHIPPING on orders over $50* with promo code IWGBTP
*Valid 3/18/20-4/15/20 and excludes custom orders, tack, surplus trail meals, and surplus gear. Cannot be combined with any other offers.
Sing Happy Birthday to the Tooth of Time while Washing Your Hands
The Tooth of Time is an igneous intrusion of dacite porphyry formed in the Paleogene Period of the Cenozoic Era some 22-40 million years ago TODAY! So it would be appropriate to sing Happy Birthday twice while you wash your hands.