Planning and leading a two-hour hike is a key element of achieving your Grey Wolf Award.
Cub Scouts need to use a map to plan their hike, leading 3-6 Cub Scouts. They need to ensure everyone has appropriate equipment, clothing, food and a personal first aid kit.
The Cub Scout leading the hike needs to make decisions on which path to take, when to stop for a rest, reading the map and using compass points along the way.
In the past six months we’ve seen Kedron Cub Scouts lead hikes in:
- Brisbane Forest Park
- Mt Ngungun
- Bunyaville State Park
- Kedron Brook Path.
It’s a great way to get the pack involved and always makes for a great morning walk in the fresh air.
If you are interested in chasing the Grey Wolf Award as a Kedron Cub Scout, contact us.