In 1957 Philmont Scout Ranch introduced one of the most widely recognized symbols in the Scout memorabilia hobby - the Arrowhead. As the story goes, the idea for the patch dates back to 1956. A staff member noticed a rock outcropping on the north side of Toothridge. It was shaped like an arrowhead. He suggested that Philmont award a patch of the shape to crews who completed their trek.
The Arrowhead award prominently features the illustrious "Tooth." That neat and world-renowned "igneous intrusion on Deceit Porphyry, formed during the early Tertiary period, some 60 millions years ago today!"