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Hike Camps

Instead of a fixed or "standing camp", many Scouts prefer a "hike camp".

Of course, it is much better fun to go over new country. But to make a hike camp enjoyable you want good weather.

In arranging your hike, your first point will be to select the line of country you want to visit, and mark out from the map where you will halt each night. You will find that about five miles a day is as much as you will want to do.

You might want to make a "trek-cart" for carrying your tents, blankets, groundsheets, and so on.

At the end of each day's march you would get permission from a farmer to pitch your camp in his field, or get the use of his barn to sleep in-especially if the weather be wet.


Lord Baden-Powell of Gilwell (Chief Scout, London, UK)

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