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Six reasons why Scouts and Venturers should take a swing at ice climbing

An offshoot of mountaineering, ice climbing has roots in high-altitude glaciers and gigantic frozen falls. But today the sport is almost as accessible as its rock-based cousin. And it’s no surprise that the sport will appeal to the adventurous spirit of your Scouts and Venturers.

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Outdoor activities

Klondike Rush!

No hand-me-down, prebuilt sleds at this Klondike Derby. In an exciting return to the event’s roots, these Scouts built their toboggans from scratch. And the race was on.

Outdoor activities

Freezing Cold, Burning Calories

The council Scout executive in northern Wisconsin provides a worthy incentive for Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, and Venturers to maintain a monthly schedule of active, outdoor events.