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Category: Recreation

Year Introduced: 2010

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Originating Institution: North American Division: NAD

Requirements

  1. Complete the Snowshoeing Honor.
  2. Explain 10 different kinds of snowflakes and their influence on snowshoeing.
  3. Using one of the following, create a presentation that describes the origin and history of snowshoeing, including the use among native American peoples. List all sources used.
    1. Electronic presentation
    2. Bulletin board/presentation board display
    3. Verbal presentation
    4. Written report (minimum of one-page)
  4. Review the basics of Snowshoeing safety as outlined in the Snowshoeing Honor.
  5. Do one of the following.
    1. Make a pair of functional “survival snowshoes” out of native and first aid materials that would likely be available to you in a survival environment.
    2. Make a traditional set of functional snowshoes from natural and/or synthetic materials.
  6. Successfully complete two three-mile snowshoe hikes. Make a detailed report describing the approximate depth and condition of the snow, animals and fauna, and the approximate speed at which you traveled.
  7. After one of your hikes, write a paragraph exploring the spiritual dimensions of snow. Be sure to include at least three Scriptural references to snow.

Materials

  1. Complete the Snowshoeing Honor.
  2. Explain 10 different kinds of snowflakes and their influence on snowshoeing.
  3. Using one of the following, create a presentation that describes the origin and history of snowshoeing, including the use among native American peoples. List all sources used.
    1. Electronic presentation
    2. Bulletin board/presentation board display
    3. Verbal presentation
    4. Written report (minimum of one-page)
  4. Review the basics of Snowshoeing safety as outlined in the Snowshoeing Honor.
  5. Do one of the following.
    1. Make a pair of functional “survival snowshoes” out of native and first aid materials that would likely be available to you in a survival environment.
    2. Make a traditional set of functional snowshoes from natural and/or synthetic materials.
  6. Successfully complete two three-mile snowshoe hikes. Make a detailed report describing the approximate depth and condition of the snow, animals and fauna, and the approximate speed at which you traveled.
  7. After one of your hikes, write a paragraph exploring the spiritual dimensions of snow. Be sure to include at least three Scriptural references to snow.

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