11th February 2017
Each team must comprise of between 3 - 5 participants, all of whom must be members of The Scout Association or GirlGuiding UK.
There are THREE routes, 50 miles and 50km open to all and a 30km route for Explorer Scouts only. The event is a test of good orienteering skills as well as physical ability and teamwork.
The route will not be disclosed until the day of the event. All teams therefore start with exactly the same chance of winning a trophy.
15th October 2016
The Chiltern 20 Challenge Hike is open to all members of The Scout Association who are in the Scout Troop Section born after 15th April 2002.
The Challenge is a test of physical ability as well as good orienteering.
The team composition is very flexible. Teams can comprise three, four or five Scouts with or without an accompanying Leader.
Chiltern 20 Challenge - Results, Report & Photos
There is also a collection of photos from the event taken by Ian Lamb of 22nd Southgate.
Congratulations to all the teams that took part and many thanks to everyone that helped to make this years event such a great success.
Chiltern 20 Challenge - Team Start Times Available
View and download the 2016 Team Start Times.
IMPORTANT: All team leaders have been informed by email, but if there is anyone who has not yet received their information could they get in touch with us immediately.
Please check your teams start time carefully and arrive in sufficient time for registration and kit check.
Chiltern 20 Challenge - Start and Finish
The 2016 event will start and finish at:
Princes Risborough School,
Please read all event details carefully, there are changes to the rules and kit list make sure that all team members read them and that your Scout Leader's read them as well.
The Chiltern 20 Essential Guide is available to view and print.