What our clients say
“The instructors are very informative and encouraging. They demonstrates and explains each skill thoroughly. They are knowledgeable and eager to teach, including but not limited to fire building, water procurement, shelter construction, and other survival skills.”
“I gained so much knowledge during my training. The instructors are great, and I got my first bow drill coal. This is a very professional and organized school. I wouldn’t change a thing. 100% Trail Blazer Survival!”
“I was really surprised by the basic survival course. I wasn’t sure if I would learn anything because I have been training in survival for years, but I actually learned some new skills. My goal is to make it on Alone or Naked and Afraid, and this school helped prepare me for that.”
Why Survival Training Is Important?
In today's modern world of information people have become so reliant on their gadgets and technology. They think because they have watched something on TV or a video online that they can go out and live off the land. That is farther from the truth. True survival and primitive living skills requires years of dirt time. There are no short cuts; however quality professional training can increase your odds of success drastically. Every year people die in the woods because of:
- Hypothermia - Unable to maintain core body temperature
- Dehydration - Lack of water, or inability to retain water due to consumption of hazardous water.
- Malnutrition - Failure to manage caloric intake and energy expenditure
Keys to Survival
Trail Blazer Survival School Team wants to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving. We want to thank all of our family, friends, students, and supporters. Without you we wouldn’t have been able to come so far. We are extremely grateful for each of our students who have trained with us over the last year, and we […]
by Justin Williams With an abnormally cold fall and with winter around the corner I thought this would be the perfect time to discuss cold weather survival. Being cooped up all season is not feasible for many outdoor enthusiasts. The call of the wild is just too strong. We can’t help it, we just love […]
I read this quote the other day: “I want to be so comfortable surviving in the woods that anything more than a knife is camping.” I don’t remember where I read it, but it spoke to me on a deep level, and it reminded me of when I first got into bushcraft and survival, back […]