Wilderness Survival- Greenfoot
During this7 full day course students will come to understand what wilderness survival and wilderness living truly mean. The knowledge and skills through use of hands on techniques will be gained by the students of this wilderness course. This is the first course in a series of 3. Each one will take the student higher in skill. The third level Wilderness Survival course is a 10 day survival situational where skills are put to the real time test.
The teachings found in this course are based within the context of both wilderness survival and wilderness living. The basic 5 needs of proper mind set, shelter, water, fire and food are covered in detail. Along with the basic 5 needs will be woven in the skills of first aid, locator signs, wilderness creations and the discussions of intent.
Students learn awareness skills, primitive shelter building, water locating and purification methods, fire making, basic wild core edibles, basic first aid skills in the wilderness setting, natural navigation methods and modern navigation methods, tracking, weather lore…
During this course students learn how to build their own weather proof shelters, make fire even in pouring rain, how to create an emergency track-pack and how to use everything in it, safety, foresight, basic camp creations like container making, wild rope making, basic trap making and much more!
The days will begin early and run late. Students should be prepared to work long hours and be prepared for any weather.
This course is geared to the modern individual who wishes to learn how to survive in the wilderness setting for the purpose of emergency wilderness survival, primitive camping, primitive trekking or simply extended and intended stays in the wilderness.
For full details please visit the Wilderness Survival- Greenfoot site.
Length: 7 days
Location: West Lincoln Vermont
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