Two guys have begun an epic bike trip across the country.
Boy Scouts now have access to software to help prepare for college tests.
Colorado Scouts use GPS and ham-radio skills to complete a challenging navigation course.
The Scouts from Troop 11, Auburn, Ala., knew what happened on the beaches of France on D-Day, June 6,1944: a massive invasion of Allied troops (the good guys) that would ultimately serve as a key turning point in World War II. But in order to really experience it, they decided to visit the beach and surrounding area themselves.
Celebrate National Public Lands Day at a park near you.
You can now earn a merit badge playing one of the oldest games in the world.
Throughout 2011, Boy Scouts across the country have been paying their respects to the events of Sept. 11, 2001.
Nate Stafford, 13, raised $10,000 for Nothing But Nets.
Appalachian Trail hikers survive Hurricane Irene.
Pat Gillick is the first Eagle Scout to enter baseball's Hall of Fame.
Here's your chance to earn some rewards for getting — and staying — physically fit.
Now's the time to tell your friends about Scouting.
Just visit the federal recreation land nearest you and start clicking.
California Scouts built their own historic boat.
One of the oldest Boy Scout camps in America is getting a makeover.
Here's a great note about staying motivated during a long hike.
In case you didn't know it, Boys' Life has a TV show.
Celebrate our 100th birthday with us.
SummitCorps 2011 has begun.
The BSA has finished its nationwide tree-planting campaign.
Check out PhilCast, Philmont's new weekly videocast.
Video of participants at the Highland Games, held at Camp Tahuaya near Belton, Texas.
Scouts across the country honored the men and women who died while serving the U.S. Armed Forces.
Check out this video of the world's largest merit badge mosaic.
How much can you eat when you're hiking the Appalachian Trail?
International Scouting Day will be hosted by the National Capital Area Council and the Embassy of Sweden to the United States.
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.
Eagle Scouts Charlie Timberlake and Randy Wright know a thing or two about hiking. Here is their advice.
Cub Scouts from Mentor, Ohio, recently had the chance to earn their Marbles Sports Belt Loop and Marbles Sports Pin through their local library.
Two Eagle Scouts have just begun an Appalachian Trail hike in honor of a friend who died of cancer.
Watch as California Scouts walk, jump, crawl and even swim through an underground passageway.
Check out this video that shows a zip line tour of The Summit Bechtel Reserve high adventure base.
Josh Hawken is sharing his emergency preparedness knowledge with families at a nearby Naval Air Station.
The Robotics merit badge is now live. Here's what you need to know.
BSA Troop 77 in Japan has done a good deed in assisting victims of last month's earthquake/tsunami disaster.
The deadline to apply for Patrol Z is fast approaching.
Northern Tier is now accepting reservations for 2012 wilderness canoe trips.
Jack Pape will be honored by the BSA with the American Spirit Award.
There are few better ways to be helpful than getting a summer job in the great outdoors.
It's easy to cook up a killer cobbler in a Dutch oven. But watch as these guys actually make their own Dutch oven, too.
Boy Scout Troop 175 in Simsbury, Conn., participates each year in an 18-hour exercise that tests the Scouts both mentally and physically.
The Scouts of Troop 131 love their hometown of Wrentham, Mass. Turns out their hometown loves them right back.
Four Scouts from Georgia climbed three different peaks higher than 14,000 feet over a period of seven days last summer.
The BSA's newest high-adventure base has a new Web site, and there's tons of cool stuff to see.
Whether your headed to Philmont anytime soon or not, you'll enjoy the new Field Guide.
Bryce Thornton, a Boy Scout from Troop 48 in Eagle Point, Ore., is serious about supporting U.S. soldiers who are stationed overseas.
If you can demonstrate your knowledge and skill in the outdoors, you can earn five new BSA badges, and maybe even a new medal as well.
The Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation and Boys' Life need your help.
Along with the new year, there are new Boy Scout requirements.
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