Season One of ‘Scouting for Adventure’ on DVD Now

Posted on 01 December 2008 by Dan

You may remember hearing back in May that Boys Life and the Outdoor Channel were teaming together to produce Scouting for Adventure.

Scouting for Adventure is an original series based on the Boy Scouts of America and their flagship magazine, Boys’ Life. This high-adventure show targets young outdoorsmen, teaching wilderness skills with an emphasis on safety and team-building. Episodes feature exciting activities like rock climbing, kayaking, scuba diving, ropes courses, backpacking, horse riding, canoeing, and whitewater rafting; and cover important outdoor Scouting topics, including safety tips, gear reviews, merit badges, conservation, campfire cooking, and knot tying. The show promotes awareness of the Boy Scouts of America and its Scouting values and activities.

If you weren’t able to catch “Scouting for Adventure” on the Outdoor Channel you are in luck! Boy’s Life is selling DVDs of Season One.

Season one consists of 6 – 30 minute episodes, and the DVDs are being sold for $14.95. (If you purchase 10 or more they are just $10 each).

Find out more, or order online at:

If you haven’t seen the show yet, you can check out the graphic opening of the show online!

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