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Keep your older Scouts engaged by safely increasing the intensity of their outdoor experiences
Your Scouts have been hiking. They’ve been to day camp. They’ve likely been on weekend campouts, and many of them might have been to summer camp. All of these are great, fun activities for Scouts who are just getting used to being outdoors. At some point, though, they’re going to be ready for more. So … what’s next?