Rovers (18-30) get the opportunity to indulge in their love for the outdoors while being of service to others.
Rovering can be described as a journey that equips young people with the ‘tools’ they need to tackle life’s challenges. These ‘tools’ may come in many forms such as social skills, attitudes, management skills, etc. Young people often feel as though they are on the rollercoaster of life and are constantly facing new realities. Rovering joins young people together to define their own paths according to the Scouting Principles.