Coleridge Cubs go swamp walking

Date: 19th Jun 2018 Author: Scout Websites

Coleridge Cubs had a wild night at Escot where they undertook a barefoot Swamp Walk. The swamp walk is a 100-metre meander in bare feet through the mire. It is cold, smelly, seriously dirty and about 2 feet deep in places, finishing with a wash in a pond. It is quite a serious challenge for some of them, is generally acknowledged to be superb for developing resilience and is universally remembered as the best part of the day.

The pictures show the faces of enjoyment.

Coleridge Cubs go swamp walking
Coleridge Cubs go swamp walking
Coleridge Cubs go swamp walking


Coleridge Cubs go swamp walking
Coleridge Cubs go swamp walking
Coleridge Cubs go swamp walking

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