The course is taught by an ex Royal Marines commando
Learn a huge variety of survival skills
Meals are provided and cooked as a group over a campfire
There are five elements that are essential for surviving in the wild; food, fire, shelter, water, and navigation. This overnight course will help you master them all. Experience the wild like never before as you learn skills including knife safety, water purification, foraging, axe techniques, shelter building, and much more. After building a natural shelter under the guidance of an ex Royal Marines commando, it's time to spend the night in the wild. All meals are provided and cooked as a group over the campfire, however be sure to bring toiletries, sleeping gear and any creature comforts. Don't worry about being left out in the dark in terms of what to bring as a list of kit will be sent out upon booking.
At least one wild camp per month between March-November
Minimum age is 18. Some disabilities can be catered for; please check before booking.
This experience starts at 10am on day one and finishes at 4pm the following day.
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.