- Requirements (Printable)
- Resources and Related Achievements
- Outdoor Essentials for Cub Scouts
- The Outdoor Code
- What to Do When Lost or Separated from Your Group (STOP Acronym)
- Hiking Safety with Cub Scouts
- Hiking Activities
- Go on a Faith Hike
- Plan a Hike
- Camping Checklist for Scouts
- Related Achievements
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Requirements for the Paws on the Path Adventure
Resources and Related Achievements
Here is a list of what Cub Scouts should always bring on their outdoor adventures. This list includes a few items which are not on the Wolf list, but are recommended, especially for older Cub Scouts.
The Outdoor Code helps Scouts understand how to use outdoor areas responsibly. This article not only gives the code but also provides some discussion points.
Before your first hike, teach your Wolves what to do if they are accidentally separated from the group.
This article provides some more safety tips to consider before you hit the trail.
Give your Cub Scouts some activities to do along the way to prevent them from just racing from start to finish.
A faith hike is an urban hike which combines this adventure with the Footsteps of Faith adventure.
Here are some tips for planning your first hike.
If your hike is part of a camping activity, parents and Cub Scouts are going to ask “What should we bring?” This checklist will help them be prepared.
Cub Scouts can earn this award by completing their outdoor Wolf adventures and doing a conservation project.
The Cub Scout Outdoor Activity Award recognizes Cub Scouts who have fully participated in outdoor adventures. It can be earned every year.
Find helps like this for the other Wolf adventures.