SummitCorps builds a trail to the future

Breaking rocks. Raking roots. Digging dirt. All in a day’s work for Order of the Arrow volunteers during last summer’s trail-building program for the National Park Service. But what they really built was something much bigger.

A backstage pass to the World Scout Jamboree

After reading Senior Editor Bryan Wendell’s first-person account of the 2011 World Scout Jamboree in Sweden, check out more great World Jamboree content below. First, watch this exclusive video: Then catch up on Bryan’s blog

Canoe race teaches teamwork and skills

The competition might be fierce between paddlers in this 120-mile race. But the White River Showdown also teaches camaraderie — an not just with your buddy in the canoe.

Hiking North Dakota's Theodore Roosevelt National Park

Consisting of 70,447 acres of rugged topography, of which nearly half is designated wilderness, Theodore Roosevelt National Park offers some of the best national park solitude south of Alaska. More than 100 miles of hiking trails wind through the park’s three units.

Going Rogue

Power Down. Live it up. How a wild river taught Troop 223 the value of clearing its agenda for adventure.

The New Brownsea Boys

How do you teach first-year campers the skills that will get them excited about Scouting? Learn from the staff at this innovative Maryland camp.

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