Scouting helped me to be prepared

Bear Grylls became the United Kingdom’s youngest Chief Scout at the age of 35. Whether it is crossing oceans in an open boat, scaling Mount Everest or flying a powered paraglider to 29,000ft in the Himalayas, or hosting Man v/s Wild on Discovery Channel, Bear knows a thing or two about adventure.

Bear got his taste for the outdoors as a Scout, whilst a young boy. He was taught to climb by his late father on the sea cliffs of the Isle of Wight, and this interest rapidly developed when he left school. Scouting is a global movement and Bear has travelled extensively to every continent in the world. Known and respected in many countries outside the UK he is truly a global ambassador for a global movement. His languages include Spanish and French, and he has a deep respect for diverse faiths and cultures.

Read the full interview here.

Please share this...Email this to someonePrint this pageShare on LinkedInPin on PinterestShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on Facebook
To the top