4th Newbury (St. Johns) Scout Group
|Scout Adventure Challenge Award|
|To earn this Challenge the Scout should take part in eight different activities, each on a separate occasion.
Examples of suitable activities are detailed below. For each activity the Scout must:
have knowledge of the safety issues involved and the use of any equipment needed for the activity
show an awareness of the environmental issues around the activity (such as erosion at popular climbing areas)
know about further opportunities to take part in the activities chosen.
|Climbing||Hill walking||Hiking||Spending a day exploring a town they don't know, at home or abroad||Orienteering||Planning and going on a journey by public transport of at least 40 kilometers||Caving or potholing||Pony trekking or horse riding||Cycling||Sailing/Sand Yauchting||Kayaking||High Ropes||Tree Climbing||Canadian Canoeing||Bellboating||Sub-aqua||Tyrolean Traverse||Rafting||Rib Boating||Gliding||Paragliding||Powered aircraft||Dry-Slope Skiing||Hovercrafting||Water Balling||Chamboree Blast||Nightlining||Dragon Boating||Wake Boarding||Abseiling||Dirt Scooting||Mountain Boarding||Footgolf|
© 4th Newbury (St. Johns) Scout Group, 2019