Trail Blazer Survival School's three wilderness survival courses are designed to provide all the practical experience necessary to handle problems that could arise in the wilderness. The courses will advance your skill from novice to advanced. Each course provides unique subsets of knowledge and hands-on experience. Your experience will begin with a lecture as the instructor explains the principle and how to accomplish a task. Then, you will go into the field to practice what you have learned. Actually using the information provided can help lock in the new skills. These skills will help make your next wilderness adventure safer and more enjoyable.
The Essential Wilderness Survival Course is for the novice or someone who has not mastered all the basics. Most lost hikers are found within 72 hours. Knowing how to react once you become lost, learning to set priorities, and then preparing to survive the elements will increase your chances of surviving until help arrives.
The Applied Wilderness Survival Course is for those who already have a bug out bag and have mastered the skills needed to survive 72 hours lost in the wilderness. You are ready to take your skills to the next level. In the Applied course we kick it up a notch and teach you how to survive any situation with confidence. The training includes advanced shelter building, water procurement and distillation, friction fire making, snare engines, and using plant material to make cordage. Applied Course Content
The Advance Wilderness Survival Course goes beyond just surviving in the wilderness. You will advance to a state of self-reliance and become fully capable of living long-term in the wild with nothing but your skills. This course is intended to prepare individuals to go out into nature and live for extended periods of time. Advanced Course Content
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