GO Outdoors Quiz # 4
Welcome to the latest edition of our fortnightly quiz - test your knowledge and share with friends!
Round 1: Feb 22nd is Scout Founders' Day, celebrating the birthday of the founder of Scouting - what was their name?
Buzz Aldrin, Michelle Obama and Richard Branson are just a few famous former scouts, which of the following celebs was also a scout?
Scouting is enjoyed all over the world, but how many countries DO NOT have Scouting?
How many people have taken the Scout Promise?
How many hours of voluntary work do Scout Leaders contribute each year?
At what age did Chief Scout Bear Grylls climb Everest?
Which famous musician held his first public performance during a Scout camp?
Round 2: Wales celebrate their Patron Saint on March 1st - Which Saint is it?
Wales is known for its stunning landscapes and has 3 National Parks, but which is the largest?
Which river is the longest in Wales measuring 75 miles?
Since what year have you been able to take a train to the top of Mount Snowdon?
The Wales Coast Path is the world’s first uninterrupted route along a national coast. How many miles does it cover?
Snowdon is the highest peak in Wales, but at just 21 metres smaller (by absolute height) - do you know which is the second?
What do Brecon Beacons and Snowdonia National Parks have in common?
In 1865 a mountain formerly known as 'Peak XV' was named after a surveyor general, who happened to be from Wales. Which mountain was it?