Scouthike - Competition Patrols

Competition Patrols

 

Info For Competition Patrols

19th -21st May 2017 

 

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·         Scouthike gives the opportunity for more experienced Scouts to participate competitively for the weekend. 

  •         All information and details are emailed or posted to the Patrol Leader who must then   communicate with, and organize the Patrol. This will include Patrol Number and details of Bus Departure point or map for Private Transport. A copy will be emailed to the Scout Leader.

·         All Patrols who participate must come completely self-sufficient with regard to adequate clothing and footwear, tentage and catering provisions. All maps and other relevant information will be given to the scouts on Friday evening.

 

·         Patrols must consist of a minimum of four (4) youth members and a maximum of seven (7) youth members ONLY.

 

How it will work:

They will travel in the buses with the other Patrols or by private transport to the hike forest. They will have hike packs with what they require for the weekend.

Those travelling by bus get their maps and Passport when they book onto the bus. Private Transport Patrols get their maps and Passport when they arrive at their Sleep Point after checking into Hq.

 

# Refer to Patrol Leader Tips section on this Microsite for additional information.

 Friday

·        Travel to Scouthike site. (check PL handbook for further details)

     

      Travel is by Bus.

 

       Departing from one of 4 sites leaving at 7.00pm.

       Departure Points are as shown on the Transport page on the website.

 

      2 weeks prior to Scouthike you will receive an email stating which

    of the 4 sites you have been allocated to.

 

      That email will also advise your Patrol Number and Bus Number - TAKE THIS INFO WITH YOU.

    

       Patrols will be allocated to their nearest Departure Point in the order

      that completed (fully paid  applications are received.

 

       Once all the buses at that site are full later Patrols will be sent

       to  another Departure Point.

     

      Country patrols normally travel by self transport.

 

·         Prepare their hike map with grid references and a selected route.

·         Check in to Sleep point.

·         Set up tents.


 Saturday

·         Pack all gear into hike packs.  

 

·         Check out of Sleep point (after 7.30am), once having their map, route & packs checked by a designated SP member who will then return the Passport.

 

·         Each Patrol will have a compass and a First Aid Kit.

 

·         The PL will have Scouthike maps.

 

·         Hike the selected route between activity points.

 

·         Arrive at the new Sleep point by 4.30pm to gain an extra 100 points. 


Sunday

·         Pack all gear into hike pack. 

·         Check out of Sleep point (after 7.30am), once having their map, route & packs checked by a designated SP member who will then return the Passport. 

·         Each Patrol will have a compass and a First Aid Kit. 

·         The PL will have Scouthike maps.

  • Hike the selected route between activity points, ending with the PL handing in the Passport at the Finish Point before 1.00 pm.

         To gain their bonus 100 points your Patrol must be booked in by 1.00 pm AND each patrol member at check-in MUST be wearing their Scout shirt & scarf. 

·         When the final announcements have been made, the PL will receive their Scores Sheet, a Competitor Pennant for the Patrol and Scouthike blanket Badge & uniform pocket badge for each member of the Patrol before departure from the forest. 

PLEASE NOTE: Final Parade is planned to start at approximately 2-00 pm and (hopefully) everybody will be leaving the forest by 3-15 pm. Please arrange your parent pick up from your Hall based on leaving the Forest around this time. 

 

 

The cost is $60.00 per head for all Metro Region Scouts

 

(plus 100 Bonus Points if received before 25th April) This covers the cost of bus transport to and from the hike area pennants for each Patrol badges for each person involved, toilets drinking water, as well as administration costs. etc.

Country Region or Interstate Patrols pay $40.00 per head.

(plus 100 Bonus Points if received before 25th April)

Cost for a leader accompanying a Metro Learner Patrol is $36.00 to cover the cost of the Bus.

 

# Cheques are to be made out to "Scouthike"

 

Post to : 5 Stanhope St Mont Albert Vic 3127

 

Direct deposits can be made to " SCOUTHIKE " Westpac Bank BSB 033-112 Account number 25-3409

             When submitting your Payment Quote the Patrol Reference Number as shown on the email reply you received when registering

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                                        Applications CLOSE Tuesday 2rd May

 

Note: Until your payment is received your application is not complete and Bonus Points will not be allocated