News about Recent Outings

Troop 63 offers an exciting and challenging outdoor program which includes ten monthly outings each scouting year. In this area of our new website, Scouts will be presenting articles about these fun events.

Hiking Mt Lafayette 2016

On October 1st, our troop went on a hiking trip up Mount Lafayette. We got up the mountain in good time and, although it was slightly chilly the higher up we got it was quite nice out. We got up to the AMC hut and ate lunch there. Some wanted to go up further but it was cloudy and getting kind of late so we headed back down. The trip provided us with some great views, photos and an overall great experience. Evan L. continue reading

E-Prep Outing February 2014

The emergency prepardnes outing was as usual, quite exiting this year! As always, it starts out the night before when we are called and told when and where we will need to be for the next day. This year, the location was at Davis Field. After arriving, we hiked up to a small hill, with all the gear we would have in a real emergency. For the first fifteen minutes or so, it was social time. Some of us made hot choco... continue reading

Ice Climbing in New Hampshire 2014

Ice Climbing this year was different from most years. First, it was different from last year because we did not sleep on a set back ski resort lodge floor, but we slept on a clean floor of a hotel convention room. Yes - we had sleeping pads for both. Second, it was 45° day of. We woke up and ate breakfast excited for the day. Outside, it was not as happy. 35 degrees and rainy. We did not end up going to Frankenste... continue reading

Indoor Rock Climbing 2013

Rock climbing was one of the most exciting indoor outings this year. On Friday night, we left Sudbury and go to the the rock climbing gym. The people taking the merit badge left at 4 and the people just going to climb left at 5. I was in the merit badge class. We arrived at the rock gym and we waited while the leader in charge of the trip sorted out all of the forms and money. While they did that, we got suited up... continue reading

Recent News

  • Leaf Raking Fall 2016 +

    Many of the boy scouts in our troop assisted in the raking of leaves for elderly in our community. On a Saturday, the troop went to two houses in Sudbury with large yards that needed to be cleaned. All of the scouts involved had Read More
  • Hiking Mt Lafayette 2016 +

    On October 1st, our troop went on a hiking trip up Mount Lafayette. We got up the mountain in good time and, although it was slightly chilly the higher up we got it was quite nice out. We got up to the AMC hut Read More
  • Ice Climbing Trip January 2016 +

    Snow may only now be coating the streets of Boston, but when Sudbury scouts recently ventured north to try their hand at ice climbing, it didn’t take long for them to discover winter was already in full swing. For the 33 members of Boy Read More
  • Fall Court of Honor 2015 +

    Congratulations of everyone who advanced, or received merit badges during this court of honor.   Read More
  • Memorial Day Parade 2015 +

    On Memorial Day 2015, Troop 63 marched proudly in the Sudbury town parade. People of all ages smiled and waved at the young boys in their uniforms. In the line of scouts, two boys were holding one flag each. One of the flags was Read More
  • Troop 63 honors two new Eagle Scouts +

    The list of Troop 63 Eagle is now a bit longer. Vikram Gopal, a senior at Lincoln Sudbury High School, and Liam Dunphy, a recent L-S graduate, were awarded the Boy Scout of America’s highest award on Saturday, Feb.7 (2015) at the Goodnow Library Read More
  • Troop 63 Elections Tonight +

    Today 3/26/2015 members of Troop 63 will vote on their leaders for the next year. Positions to be voted on include SPL, ASPL and individual patrol leaders. Read More
  • Eagle Scout Inspires Captain America +

    Chris Evans, who plays the lead character "Cap" in Marvel's Captain America: The Winter Soldier, says his character was modeled after a Troop 63 Eagle Scout he knew from growing up in Sudbury, Massachusetts. Here is a quote from a recent interview with the Read More
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