Learn a variety of invaluable survival techniques together in the wild
Discover the equipment needed for outdoor survival from an experienced instructor
Learn the four key survival elements of fire, water, food and shelter
Refreshments and a light campfire lunch are provided
The great outdoors is a wonderful thing to get out and explore, but being equipped with the right skills can make the experience even more enriching. This class encompasses the four key elements of bush survival - food, fire, shelter, and water - and provides the basic skills needed to survive and thrive in the wild. Other skills including how to use a knife safely and how to get your bearings are also taught by vastly experienced guides. Refreshments and light campfire lunch are also provided on the day. The class takes place in the beautiful Chew Valley which is renowned as a thriving habitat for many species of bird, insects and mammals. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn a new set of potentially invaluable skills.
At least one weekday and weekend per month throughout the year.
Minimum age is 14. Children under 18 must be accompanied by a paying adult. Some disabilities can be catered for; please check before booking.
Classes start at 9.30am and finish at 4pm.
Numbers on the Day
Share the experience with up to 16 others, plus an expert instructor.
Activities are conducted outdoors. We recommend wearing old or inexpensive clothes, wellies, old trainers and waterproofs. Sensible footwear is necessary as the ground is sometimes uneven. In hot weather, sun cream, sunglasses and sun hats are advisable.