Last summer, more than 20 Scouts from the Great Smoky Mountain Council canoed 106 miles from one council camp to another by crossing three lakes and paddling down two rivers.
The trip, from Camp Pellissippi to Camp Buck Toms in East Tennessee, was more than 100 miles long and took seven days. Along the way, the group traveled through locks, fished, swam, camped in a 216-year-old fort and worked on their Cooking merit badge.
Take a look at photos from their trip in the gallery below, and read more about it in the June 2014 issue of Boys’ Life magazine.
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