Time: 8AM - 4PM
Winter dates: Oct. 15th - March 20th (subject to change based on environmental occurrences).
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Fire, Shelter, Water
This class focuses on the foundations of survival in the wild that can be built upon and used anywhere in the world. This is more than just a chance to learn, but to survive as a part of a tribe.
70% Hands on 30% Lecture examples
We highly recommend this or the 3-Day class for beginners.
- Fire starting basics
- Tracking/Trapping of small land game and fish
- Basic navigation
- Water filtration
- Stream locating
- What's clean and what's toxic
- Scavenging for materials
- Stick & leaf forts (build your own)
Winter Classes: The only difference is that we are doing day classes within a winter setting, so shelters are different, tracking, and fire starting changes slightly. Food is also provided. We are also known for our cold weather survival skills.
BASICS & INTermediate
Time: 3 Days and 2 Nights
Fire, Shelter, Water, Navigation, Trapping/tracking and Primitive Tool Crafting.
Everything from the 1-DAY class is included, plus two more days of more advanced versions of what was learned - PLUS some tool crafting, and with more time to practice. The student or group will come out of this class understanding survival skills up to an intermediate level.
BASICS & INTermediate to Advanced
Time: 5 Days and 4 Nights
Fire, Shelter, Water, Navigation, Trapping/tracking, and Primitive Tool Crafting.
Like the 1 and 3-Day this class has the essentials, but with much more skill building and involves survival skills up to advanced level.
Super jam packed with essential survival knowledge and is generally an experience to remember.