The 14-year-old ‘super scout’ completed 82 activity badges and nine challenge badges, as well as the top award - the Chief Scouts Gold Award - by packing in a dizzying itinerary of outdoors adventures in the last 12 months.
With her mother, Lisa, a farmer, in tow, the teenager has travelled across the country to tick off the experience required to achieve the full complement of badges.
Along the way she has paddled kayaks, flown in a glider, and has tried horse riding, dragon boating, geocaching and parascending.
She has learnt advanced aviation and nautical skills, sailed a dingy and has tried her hand at astronomy, circus skills and martial arts, among many other disciplines.
Miss Hunt, who is attached to the Penistone Scouts, her local group, said: “I think my favourite to earn was the parascending. It was just really fun going up the air being dragged behind a Land Rover.
“I have enjoyed every minute of completing each badge and my journey has taken me far and wide and I have met some incredible people.”
Her mother, Lisa, said the last year had been a busy one: “One weekend we could be in North Yorkshire gliding at Sutton Bank and the next dragon boating in Nottinghamshire.
“I feel like I have achieved each badge alongside Hannah and I cant express how proud I am of her as her mum.
“If you can believe it she only had 15 badges last March. Hannah missed out on going on a jamboree and decided to set herself the challenge of getting all the badges.
“She is starting work on her Duke of Edinburgh award but I’m hoping I’m going to get a break for a bit - it’s been very tiring, but worth it.”
Her daughter will soon be joining ‘Explorers’, the next section in the Scout Association.
Alison Lamb, the teen’s scout leader, added: “Hannah is a fantastic scout, as a leader in scouting we meet fantastic young people and Hannah typifies the calibre and enthusiasm of the children we see every day as volunteers for the scouting movement.”