Wilderness Survival Training can be the difference between life and death. It is vital that you have quality professional training from skilled instructors to ensure your safety. Our approach is to give you the tools needed to survive and thrive in any situation. Click Here to Learn More!
We host regular workshops every month to include survival basics, wilderness self-aid, plant walks, herbal apothecary (medicine), bowyer (bow building), pottery, meat processing, hide tanning, camp cooking, navigation, escape and evasion,and more.
The Scout Survival Courses are designed for those who have completed both the APPLIED and ADVANCED WILDERNESS SURVIVAL COURSES and are read to prove their metal and put theirself to the ultimate test by making it through 3, 7 or 21 days with only the 10 items in the Trail Blazer Survival Kit. Click Here to Learn More!
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What our clients say:
I took the beginner survival skills course and I loved all that I was taught. Some of the information was a refresher, but a lot of it was new. We went through many skills and were able to practice with instruction on those skills. This class is well worth the money spent and I’m excited to get into more advanced classes.
“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 is survival training important?
- 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
Adequate survival training is essential..