Scouts in Minot, N.D. know plenty about winter camping. They experience it for much of the year.
Here's an easy way to trace your way from one winter constellation to another.
When practicing the art of ultralight backpacking, every ounce counts. Here is a sample packing list from a backpacker who participated in an ultralight trek last summer based out of the Montana Council’s Montana High Adventure Base.
Take some tips from a world record-holding skater.
Instructions for creating a family emergency kit, a major disaster preparedness kit and a personal emergency service pack.
Watch as Scouts participate in the Olympic Biathlon Experience at Soldier Hollow Cross-Country Ski Resort, the site of the 2002 Winter Olympic biathlon.
There are three ways to start a fire without the help of matches. Each can be effective, and all take lots of practice, but they're actually pretty fun to learn. Watch our step-by-step video to learn how.
Can you imagine going fishing without knowing how to tie an improved clinch knot? Or a double surgeon's loop? Neither can we.
Gear Guy tells you how to keep your gear clean and ready for action.
Gear Guy tells you what you need to do to stay clean in the outdoors.
Improve your fishing. Reel in some tips from a master caster.
It's possible to carry less weight and still have everything you need (or at least everything you really need) on a backpacking trip. Here's how.
Just because you've been lugging your gear for miles on end doesn't mean you can't eat as if you were in your own kitchen. Check out some of the favorite reflector-oven recipes of Troop 1570 in Herndon, Va.
Gear Guy is here with tips to help you get a good night's rest on the trail.
They might annoy us or amaze us, but there's no question about it: Bugs are an essential part of the natural order of things. Here's how to make your own nature museum to display them.
Going without a shower on a long camping trip? Here are 7 hygiene tips to keep you healthy and relatively clean.
A stone skipping expert shares tips to help you successfully skip stones.
On treasure maps of old, X marked the spot. Today’s treasure might be marked N 41 51.649 W 085 46.433. Confused? Then you probably haven’t heard about geocaching, a modern-day treasure hunt activity.
Fishing after dark takes skill. Here are tips to help you catch your limit.
Ready to put more "outing" into "Scouting"? You will be, once you ace this quiz on camping basics.