Wilderness Survival- Moccasin-Foot
During this 7 full day course students who have completed the first Wilderness Survival course will continue their path of skill and knowledge in the wilderness setting. This course will take the student further into the depth of the level of wilderness survival and wilderness living skills.
Like the first Wilderness Survival course the teachings found in this course are based within the context of both wilderness survival and wilderness living. Students delve ever deeper into an intermediate level in the ways of mind set, shelter, water, fire, food, first aid, locator signs, wilderness creations and the powers of intent. Students also learn about the dangers of the mind in survival situations, both solo and in groups and how to anticipate and avoid such issues.
Students learn more detailed awareness skills that were known by the scouts of old, more varied and detailed shelter building, utilizing water filtering and purification techniques, fire making using a wider variety of materials in a wider variety of conditions (including bow-drill), a wider variety of wild edibles, more detailed first aid skills in the wilderness setting, natural navigation methods under different conditions and using a wider variety of techniques, more snare practice, camouflage and tracking, camp creations that will go beyond the basic needs meeting… You’ll learn how to heat water and cook in a piece of bark with no rocks!
This intermediate level course holds the teachings and explorations that give the student a much firmer and varied set of wilderness skills that will allow them to attain a higher level of self confidence and comfort in the wild.
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.
Students must be a minimum of 18 years old and have already completed the Wilderness Survival 1 course.
Students will be staying in an outdoor survival camp situation for the duration of this 7 day course and all meals are included.
A complete equipment list will be emailed to students upon registration. Pre-registration is required for this wilderness survival course.
This is a certified wilderness survival course. Students who successfully complete the course will be mailed a Certificate of completion from Ways Of The Wild Institute.
Length: 7 days
Location: West Lincoln Vermont
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