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Gordon Hills Team

The hills team is made up of the qualified hill walking leaders within the district, supported by keen and experienced scout leaders.  A hill walk runs on the first Satruday of each month (there are occaisonal exceptions) which ranges from low level forest and hill walks to scaling the Munros (these are the hills over 3000 feet [914m] - there are 282 to choose from!).

On this page you will find the annual programme and also the forms you will need, if you want to come along.

The idea behind it...

There is only a handful of scout leaders in Gordon that are qualified to take scouts hill walking.  Also, not all scouts in a troop like hill walking.  So, the hills group is for any scouts out there to come along either by yourself, or with a friend (or the whole troop if you want!) and try out hill walking.  You don't have to bring a leader, but why not try and convince them to come??  There's also no need to worry if you haven't done it before, or think you might not be able to keep up as we want anyone that wants to try it, to do so.

So, if you fancy it, come along.  Have a look at the programme and see when you can manage.  Then send your forms to: hills@gordondistrictscouts.org.uk


The first time you come along you will need to fill in an annual registration form.  You only need to do this once - after that you just need to fill up the monthly permission form to confirm your health details haven't changed and you have permission!

So, what are you waiting for...?

If you want to come hill walking, either: 

We hope to see you out on the hills.


Hill Walk Programme 2018

Registration Forms

Registration Form Under 16 Registration Form Under 16 PDF Registration Form Adult Registration Form Adult PDF


June 2018 Hillwalk

The June hill walk be a bike and hike up Mount Keen (the most easterly Munro) from Glentanar.  If you want to come along, drop us an email at hills@gordondistrictscouts.org.uk


Ticks are becoming an increasing menace when it comes to outdoor activities.  Further information about how to avoid them, or deal with them if you pick some up, is given here.

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