22March, 2020

Nepal Scouts encourages our scout members to join a special edition of Jamboree on the Internet (JOTI) announced by The World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM), the largest digital Scout event held annually, to connect Scouting and young people around the world from the comfort of their homes while coping with these challenging times.
On the weekend of April 3rd, let’s come together online for virtual campfires, global chats, skill-sharing  & more.
More details:
What is JOTI Special Edition? This is a one-of-a-kind special edition of JOTI! Both educational and fun, this JOTI will bring Scouting to the homes of young people around the world during a challenging time.
How to get involved?


All you need is a good internet connection, a computer or smartphone, and a smile on your face! Let’s just make sure we’re taking part in JOTI from the comfort of our own homes and not from public places or crowded spaces.  To make the most of your JOTI experience, we’d also suggest a microphone and webcam, and maybe a digital camera to take and share photos.
Date 3 to 5 April 2020
Programs You can learn about safety measures, mental and physical health and digitally engage as global citizens through a range of different activities. The best part is, you’ll make new friends from around the world! Read More

Climb the Baden Powell Scout Peak

26November, 2018

The Baden Powell Scout Peak is the second mountain peak in Nepal named after a foreigner and was approved by the government of Nepal in 2006. It is situated in the Ganesh Himal area at Langtang valley, North of Kathmandu with the height of 5,890 meters.

Locally known as Urkema Peak, it was renamed Baden Powell Scout Peak (5,890m) in 2006. The peak was named after the father of the Scouts movement by the Nepal Government to mark the centenary celebration of the International Scouts Movement. (more…)