The Norwegian Guide and Scout Association own great properties, ideal for larger or smaller groups. Are you and your guide/scout group interested in renting one of them for your next scouting adventure in Scandinavia? Please click on the links below to read more:
Solstølen - a cosy cabin in the mountain plateau Hardangervidda Tredalen - an idyllic seaside campsite at the Oslofjord inlet Havbraatt - a beautiful wooden scout ship with skipper
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Scouting in Norway
The Norwegian Guide and Scout Association is an ideal organisation based on teaching children, youth and adults the fundamentals of responsibility taking, accepting challenges, new experiences and personal development.
”Learning by doing” and leader training are important elements of the movement. Other important elements are outdoor activities, friendship, practical knowledge and improved quality of life.
20 000 members are organised in 450 local groups spread over 29 districts. The structure is divided into age-groups as follows: Beavers: pre-school children, Cubs/Brownies: 7 – 10 years of age, Scouts/Guides in troop: 10 – 16 years of age, Rovers: 16 - 25 years
Norges speiderforbund |
Besøksadresse: St. Olavs gate 25, 0166 Oslo |
Postadresse: Postboks 6910 St. Olavs plass, 0130 Oslo |
22 99 22 30 | firstname.lastname@example.org