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Explore the Outdoors with Adventure Club

Two Girl Scouts cross country skiing.

Cross-country skiing, geocaching, ice climbing, there are so many activities you can be a part of as a Girl Scout. Adventure Club is a patch program that celebrates the tradition of outdoor adventures in Girl Scouting. You’re encouraged to take part in activities that are mostly outdoors, engage with the natural world, and challenge you to try something new or go further. Girls who take part in three or more activities can earn the Adventure Club Patch.

Interested, but aren’t sure where to get started? Check out how these Girl Scouts River Valleys girls are earning their Adventure Club patch in the winter:

Girl Scout Troop 18102 posing for a picture in the middle of a frozen lake.

Brownie Troop 18102 earned their Adventure Club patch by taking a winter hike at Camp Lakamaga. At the end of their hike the girls enjoyed boot skating across the ice.

Wide angle shot of a Girl Scout climbing a frozen waterfall.

Cadette Troop 44589 worked through the challenges of ice climbing in order to earn their Adventure Club patch.

Group of five Girl Scouts resting near a railing around an ice skating rink.

Multi-level Troop 18171 learned how to ice skate! Only two girls knew how to ice skate beforehand and they had a wonderful time helping their friends.

Brownie Girl Scout troop of nine girls and three adult volunteers stop to pose for a picture while snow shoeing.

Brownie Troop 18195 learned new skills together on their snowshoe hike.

Three cadette Girl Scouts outdoors holding their GPS while geocaching in the winter.

Cadette Troop 56158 earned their Adventure Club patch by geocaching.

A junior Girl Scout cross country skiing.

Junior Girl Scout, Maggie earned her patch by going on a skiing adventure.