More than 6,000 girls from around the country participated in the 34th Annual Golden Gate Bridging ceremony on May 2, 2015, sponsored by Girl Scouts of Northern California.
Girl Scouts celebrated their accomplishments by crossing the Golden Gate Bridge in symbolic recognition of their transition from the "junior" level of Girl Scouting to the older girl program. The celebration, which ended up at Crissy Field, is an annual West Coast tradition.
The National Park Service and Girl Scouts of the United States of America also have partnered to create the Girl Scout Ranger Program, a joint venture connecting girls with national parks throughout the United States. Through the program, girls can participate in a variety of organized educational or outdoor service projects. Learn more >>
Girl Scouts walked across the Golden Gate Bridge from Marin to Crissy Field in San Francisco in the symbolic ceremony.