Orienteering skills are an important part of being a Scout and the Chiltern 20 provides the perfect platform to practice these skills.THE EVENT
How far can your Scouts push themselves? Are they able to complete the challenge. It is a difficult feat for a Scout and a great challenge.DATA SECURITY
The Chiltern 20 teaches the Scouts how to work together and as a team. It helps them develop important skills that will come in useful throughout their lives.TROPHIES
CHECK OUT HOW TO ENTER
Look at our page on how to enter in order to join.HOW TO ENTER
KNOW THE RULES
Rules must be adhered to, familiarise yourself with them before the eventRULES
HAVE THE CORRECT KIT
Failure to bring the correct kit could result in you not being able to take part in the event. Find out what you need to bring.KITLIST
The Chiltern 20 Challenge Hike is a tough walk in The Chiltern Hills, organised for Scouts in Greater London North. Scouts from other Counties are warmly invited to participate.
The event is a test of physical ability as well as good orienteering.
Please ensure that each member of the team along with any accompanying adults reads this guide and understands the rules of the event.
There are two levels of this Challenge event: a Senior event where the Scouts will navigate around a longer route of up to 20km, and a Junior event where the Scouts will navigate around a shorter route of up to 12km.
The Senior event is for any member of the Scout Troop. There are two entry levels in the Senior event, either no adult walking with team, or a maximum of two adults walking with the team.
The Junior event is for younger and less experienced Scouts. They must be accompanied by one or two adults. This event is ideally suited for young people that have not taken part before.
All adults accompanying a team must be current members of The Scout Association and have a valid DBS certificate on the day of the event and must supply their membership number when teams are registered. Any adult walking with a team is honour bound not to take the lead. This role is purely to ensure the safety of the young people.
Each team must comprise between three and five Scouts. A team may be accompanied by one or two adults if the Team Manager decides this would be a safer option for the team.
Click "How to Enter", for details of how to enter your team(s). Here you will also find the cost and what you get for your money.
Click on "The Event", for details of the Start and Finish location, registration, accommodation, meals and presentation.
RULES OF THE EVENT
Click "Rules", for the Kit List, for details of personal and team kit required for the event both compulsory and suggested items. And the maps needed for this years event. Although it may look tame on the map, in October the conditions can be very changeable, this is why we expect all walkers to be prepared.