Information for leaders
We've gathered all the information you as a leader will need before and during the camp.
If you have any questions please reach out to us on email@example.com.
If you as an international group require any assistance, please get in touch with the guest committee on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each group needs enough first aid equipment for a week. The group needs to be able to treat small injuries and cuts. Every patrol participating in the hike will need a first aid kit.
There will be trained personnel on the camp site for larger injuries.
Each group needs to bring equipment to cook and heat dishwater. We might not be allowed to light fires, so please take this into account.
Each group needs at least two 6kg fire extinguishers, at least one fire blanket and two 10 litre buckets of water.
These need to be easily accessible on site and marked.
Facilities at camp
The camp church is open for everyone. There will be morning and evening prayers, communion, a drawing nook and a sofa to sit in. Pop in for a coffee and a chat or some quiet time with God.
The group can charge phones and power banks using a charging box. The charging station is open 10:00-11:00 for handing in boxes and 15:30-16:30 for pick up.
There is no internet available on camp. If you cannot use mobile internet and want to check updated information, please visit Servicetorget.
There is a pool available for leaders, staff and guests on July 3, 4 and 8. Swim times are 13:00, 14:00 and 15:00. Swim time is 45 minutes and there will be access to changing rooms 15 minutes before. Entry costs 70 NOK for one ticket and 150 NOK for a family ticket.
Please bring bin bags and a method of sorting rubbish. You will get bags for food waste at camp. We will be sorting cardboard and paper, general waste, food waste and dangerous waste such as batteries. Throw away your rubbish at one of the camp's recycling stations.
DO NOT throw away bottles as Norway has a recycling scheme for these. There will be areas for recycling bottles.
Leader showers will be open every day from 6:00-7:30 and 21:00-23:00.
There are two swim spots at Haukalivatnet. The group is responsible for bringing one adult capable of swimming and first aid for every five scouts swimming.
Each toilet will have 6 female, 6 male and 8 unisex toilets. Please do not throw any rubbish such as wet wipes or menstrual products in the toilet. There will be hand washing stations outside the toilet and you have to wash your hands after using the toilets.
There will be water posts around the camp site. There are posts for collecting drinking water in tanks, please do not brush teeth or wash hands here. At hand washing stations you can wash you hands and brush your teeth.
The food tent will be open from Saturday morning. Its opening times for collection are:
Breakfast and lunch: 7:45-9:45
Supper and next day breakfast: 21:00-22:00
To prevent food waste, please only collect what you need. If you need more, please come by again. Groups can hand back food that has not been eaten if you've picked up more than you need.
If we are allowed to light fires, the group will be able to cook on a fire. Please bring a gas alternative so the group can cook if we cannot light fires.
Hamburger with vegetables
Salmon with mashed potatoes, carrots and cucumber salad
Curry with coconut milk and chickpeas
Fish cakes in pitta bread
Pork chops with potatoes, cabbage and dressing
All meals will be adapted to fit dietary requirements if necessary.
Information about the hike is here. International groups will go on the hike Tuesday July 5 to Wednesday July 6.
We expect the patrol leader and assistant to take their mobile phones on the hike and download the "Hjelp 113" app. This is because if the scouts get lost, it will be easier to find them.
Your scouts should know how to read a map and use a compass before the hike. The scouts will not be able to use a cooking stove or fire during the hike.
T-shirt or wool
Thin jumper or fleece
In the backpack
Raincoat and rainproof trousers
Hat, scarf and mittens
Toothbrush and toothpaste
Other toiletries - medicines, pads etc.
Plastic bags for your shoes if they get soaked
Plate, cup and cutlery
Flask with hot water and hot chocolate/tea
Bread and spread for three meals
Hike folder (given out at camp)
Compass (GPS if you want)
Mobile phones for leader and assistant
High-vis vest for use on roads
Tarp, tent or hammocks (Norwegian scouts sleep under a tarp or out in the open)
Axe or saw
Waste bags for used toilet paper
First aid kit with plasters, bandages, scissors, wound wipes and tape
Camp should be quiet between 22:30 and 7:30.
Scouts cannot leave the camp without permission from a leader.
The use of alcohol and drugs is strictly prohibited by all camp participants both on and outside the campsite.
Smoking is only permitted in a designated smoking area. No smoking on the camp site.
The camp site's neighbours are farms and animals. Do not disturb the animals or enter farmland.
All constructions on the campsite need to be raised in a safe way. Constructions over 3 metres need to be approved by camp staff for safety.
Please make sure to wash dishes correctly to reduce the chances of illness. Make sure to have two separate basins with dish water and rinsing water. The rinsing water should be at least 60 degrees.
Due to the size of the camp area, driving on the camp is not allowed.
If we need to evacuate, everyone will gather by the school. Escape routes will be marked. If evacuation is necessary, a message will play on the stage speakers and you will get a text message.
Each group needs two fire extinguishers. Tents need to be placed at least 1 metre away from other tents. Cooking equipment in use needs to be 3 metres away from tents. Fires need to be watched by at least one person at all times.
The group can collect fire wood at camp, but please only take what you need.
Gas is stored in the kitchen tent or an equipment tent. Do not store gas in a tent where someone is sleeping. Store gas in the shade. Mark the gas using an A4 size sheet with GASS and the symbol for gas.
Leaders are responsible for their own scouts when going swimming. The leader has to be over 18 years old, able to swim and know first aid.
Servicetoget: The service tent
At the service tent you can find answers to all your questions about what's happening at camp. Checking in and out will be at the service tent. You'll also be able to charge your phone and power bank here.
Travel and transport
Each group is responsible for their travel to and from the campsite.
There will be organised transport to and from Stavanger city centre and Stavanger airport Sola. This will cost 100 NOK per person.
If you have any travel related questions, please contact email@example.com.
There will be parking available a 10 minute walk away from the camp site. Each car needs to be marked with driver name and number.
Foto: Audun Berdal