Our unit went for a hike at the MacRitchie Reservoir.
The objective of this hike was to learn about tracking. Tracking is one of the traditional Scouting activities and involves Cub Scouts leaving signs or symbols made from natural material on a trail or course for others to follow.
The cub scouts were then divided into 4 groups.
The first group was led by Mr Chan, who taught them how to lay track signs for the other 3 groups to follow.
|Our first track symbol|
|Cheering along as we walked through the trail|
|Another track sign on the wooden logmade by small stones|
|Amused by the monkeys that were sitting in the middle of their paths|
|Mid-point of the hike|
|Another track symbol on the bench made by sticks|
|Taking a break from the hike|
|Mr Yeong sharing his water supply with the cub scouts|
|The trip back to the starting point|
|The last resting station before reaching the ending point|
|Finally, we reached our ending point.|
|Map of MacRitchie Trails|