Best-selling author Christopher Paolini answered questions from Boys' Life magazine readers in a live webcast on Dec. 12, 2011.
After walking more than 2,100 miles over six months, Cameron Pendleton and his father made it to Maine and completed the entire Appalachian Trail. Listen as Cameron reflects on his accomplishment.
After a tent-rattling storm, a Venturing crew climbs through the dead of night up super-steep slopes and eventually tackles all that Mount Shasta has to offer.
The sport of hurling is a big deal in Ireland. It's also a big deal to Boy Scouts in Milwaukee, Wis. The Milwaukee Hurling Club gave the Scouts a chance to participate in a sport they call "the fastest game on grass."
Four Boy Scouts with type 1 diabetes joined about 150 kids from across the country in Washington, D.C., last summer to lobby their congressmen for financial support for research for better treatments and, someday, a cure for the disease.
What started as a single tree planted in front of the BSA national office in Irving, Texas, has now finished with 100,000 trees planted in an area of Montana that's now known as the Boy Scouts of America Centennial Forest.
World-class pumpkin carver Farmer Mike shows you how to carve a creative jack-o'-lantern.
Colorado Scouts use GPS and ham-radio skills to complete a challenging navigation course.
This special video edition of Stuff We Like shows you a real trail lifesaver.
In this video, biologist Shawn Heflick tells us about the anaconda, one of his favorite snakes.
Watch as yo-yo expert Alex Curfman demonstrates how to do five yo-yo tricks.
Former Scout Ken Burns is one of America’s most talented filmmakers. We recently spoke to him about the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, his documentaries and how to get started in the film business.
Video of participants at the Highland Games, held at Camp Tahuaya near Belton, Texas.
Every month, you have the chance to ask Pedro questions in the Hitchin’ Rack. But earlier this year, it was PEDRO’S turn to ask YOU a question. Dozens of you made videos answering his question for a chance to win a cool prize. Here are the four winners.
Now when people look at Sean Sterner, all they see is an asterix. Don't use steroids, it's not worth it.
Steven Haddock is doing his best to illuminate what's in the darkest depths of our oceans. As a marine biologist, he has studied his share of unusual and mysterious organisms. Take a look at some of them in this video.
Five Cub Scout packs came together last winter in Buckley, Wash., to see what kinds of things they could build with Lego bricks. Watch this video of one of their creations, or see photos of amazing Lego creations from around the world.
On a 50-mile journey through the New River Gorge, Scouts come face to face with a mountain of trash, a challenging hike and one monster rapid that can make or break the entire trip. Check out video from their adventure.
Watch as California Scouts get down to walk, jump, crawl and even swim through an underground passageway.
In the May 2011 issue, Boys' Life magazine takes an inside look at a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter aircrew. Here are some videos that show those aircrews in action.