Throughout the year, CUSAGC offers a whole range of adventurous activities and trips away. SSAGO Rallies are held once a term by the Student Scout and Guide Organisation, with contingents from universities across the country. CUSAGC tries to hold a trip away in every holiday, which can be in a bunkhouse or tent, at home or abroad, taking it easy or being very adventurous. And of course, we try to produce an action-packed programme during term time encompassing many different activities.
From climbing to sailing, we try to do it all:
- Punt Jousting
- Air rifle shooting
- Kayaking and canoeing
- Sailing at Grafham Water
- Climbing and bouldering, indoors and out
- Cycling - everyone does it in Cambridge; we venture beyond 'the bubble'
- Challenge events, such as Tour de Trigs and our own Marathon Challenge
Some of these are organised by us, but others are run in conjunction with other university societies (e.g. gliding) or with the help of experienced instructors from within the local Scouting and Guiding communities. No matter how (in)experienced you are, you'll be welcome!
The Fresher's walk is a fantastic opportunity to discover a little more about the club (especially if you can't make it to our squash), make some new friends and chalk up your first CUSAGC adventurous activity - even if it is a gentle one!
Haven't brought walking kit to Cambridge? No problem! This will be a gentle walk, not a yomp, somewhere in East Anglia (a region not known for its rugged countryside! Still, there's plenty to see (including a lot of sky) and you won't need boots if you don't have them... decent trainers, waterproofs and your lunch will be all you need. For more information, send an email to social [at] cusagc.org.uk.