<link rel="stylesheet" href="styles.css">


The Norwegian Guide and Scout Association is an ideal organisation based on teaching children, youth and adults the fundamentals of responsibility taking, accepting challenges, new experiences, leadership and personal development.

“Learning by doing” and leader training are important elements of the movement. Other important elements are outdoor activities, friendship, practical knowledge and improved quality of life.

Photo: Lars Røraas

Do you want to become a scout? You can find all our groups here: blispeider.no/bli-medlem

Contact us!

For more information and answers to any questions you may have, please contact:

Norges speiderforbund/The Norwegian Guide and Scout Association
St. Olavs gate 25
0166 Oslo

Phone: +47 22 99 22 30 (operated Mondays to Fridays between 9 am and 3 pm)
E-mail: nsf@speiding.no

Photo: Runar Sørensen

Photo: Bryne speidergruppe


Are you planning or considering a trip to Norway?

Here are some websites with information on travelling, camp sites, cabins etc. Maybe you want to rent one of our national camps or just sleep under the open sky?


About Scouting in Norway

Our organisation aims to develop our members to become independent and responsible citizens through outdoor life, community involvement, international understanding and personal experience of the ideals in scouting. Our scouts learn about responsibility, independence and leadership.

We have scout groups all over the country, and all groups are for both boys and girls. Most groups have weekly meetings, and during the summer many groups either arrange a camp, or visit a national camp or even a camp in a different country.

The Guide and Scout Law and The Promise provide the fundament for our activities.

Våre samarbeidspartnere

Frivillighet Norge
Flyktninghjelpen logo
LNU logo
Norsk friluftsliv
Stena Recycling
Tufte Wear