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Extreme Adventure (14-17)

Extreme Adventure offers the opportunity for young men and women to plan and participate in short-term, adventure-based activities. The types and duration of adventures are limited only by the imagination and skills of the participants and leaders. 

Participants, aged 14 to 17, will not only plan their adventure but develop the necessary skills required for the activity. This could include first aid, canoeing, kayaking or map and compass skills. In fact, the training is part of the adventure and a lasting legacy of the experience.

An emphasis on team work and developing groups skills are major components to the Extreme Adventure experience. 


Some typical adventures include:

  • Hiking expeditions 
  • Cycling tours
  • Extended water-based trips
  • Adventure racing (canoeing, kayaking)
  • Inter-provincial and international travel
  • Snowshoeing
  • Attending major events like Jamborees
  • Long-term camping excursions
  • Travelling to other countries to participate in humanitarian projects

If you are interested in Extreme Adventure programs contact your local council

Scouts Canada, the country’s leading youth organization, offers challenging programs for boys, girls and youth age 5-26 in thousands of individual groups in most cities and towns across Canada.

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Scout Canada-Saskatchewan Council would like to acknowledge and thank the Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund and Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation for the generosity of the annual funding grant to support Scouting Adventures in the province of Saskatchewan.

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