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To earn this Challenge the Scout should take part in three different activities, each on a separate occasion. Examples of suitable activities are detailed below. You should treat these as guidelines, rather than a complete list. The three activities may be from any one section, or any combination of sections. There is no requirement for the Scout to complete an activity from each section.

Have knowledge of the safety issues involved and the use of any equipment needed for the activity. Need three tick, one per activity.







































































































Show an awareness of the environmental issues around the activity (such as erosion at popular climbing areas). Need three tick, one per activity.







































































































Know about further opportunities to take part in the activities chosen. Need three tick, one per activity.







































































































Area 1 - General Activities:

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 kilometres, Caving or potholing, Pony trekking or horse riding, Cycling

Area 2 - Water Activities:

Sailing, Canoeing, Water-skiing, Surfing, Dragon boating, Bellboating, Sub-aqua, Canal boating, Rafting, Pulling

Area 3 - Air Activities:

Gliding, Paragliding, Powered aircraft, Hot-air ballooning, Hovercrafting, Kiting


We're here to help - Scoutese in Plain English:
Beavers, Cubs, & Scouts train and take part in various Challenges which lead to the awarding of Challenge Badges which are worn on the right breast;
Explorers train towards the DofE Bronze, silver, & Gold Awards;
There are also Activity Badges which are worn on the left sleeve;
The top Beaver award is the Chief Scout's Bronze Award;
The top Cub award is the Chief Scout's Silver Award;
The top Scout award is the Chief Scout's Gold Award;
The top Explorer award is the Queen's Scout Award.

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