Introduction to your instructor(s). From Shunda Creek, drive approximately 40 km to the training location. At Kootnay Plains, you'll set up a base camp. You'll start by covering what precautions to take and dangers to avoid. Proper equipment and priorities during emergencies. You'll then move to how to make survival fires and shelters under adverse conditions. The emphasis of the course is on developing practical and useful bushcraft and overall outdoor skills. At night, there is the opportunity to sleep in your very own survival
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All guides take part in extensive training programs, and each guide offers a unique set of skills. Instructors are fun and enthusiastic. They love to teach, be in the outdoors, and share their contagious enthusiasm with everyone.
As the courses are focused around the outdoors, accommodation will be in the form of the highest quality four-season tents. The romantic atmosphere of a burning camp ﬁre is central to what we do and meals are cooked around an open ﬁre.