During your advanced survival training course, you will delve deeper into the core survival skills you need to thrive in primitive outdoor living. Advanced survival training continues your journey to excel in full-time survival.
Advanced Survival Training ratchets up your survival skills
Advanced training ratchets-up your skill level with more hands-on practice and dirt time.
Fire-by-friction techniques such as the bow drill and hand drill are daily practices.
Add hunting tools and advanced primitive shelter techniques to your advanced skills resume.
Practice and hone your skills and be ready to face the challenges nature has in store for you.
Empowering Advanced Wilderness Survival Training!
Learn advanced tools and animal behaviors' for survival hunting.
The knife is an indispensable tool for bushcraft.
Continue to develop your tracking skills in print recognition, aging, and trailing.
Discover available materials to build the right shelter.
Apply natural fibers for binding, tying, cording, and netting.
Rock Wood Feather Bone
Create, form, carve, polish, knap, and connect.
Draw from native plants and herbs for simple healing medicines.
Movement, observation, camouflage, leave no trace.
Care-Taking the Land
Discover ancient Indigenous techniques to care for and conserve the land.
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Grub Time and Survivor Stews
As an advanced course on survival meals are a community affair. A list of suggested foods will be included in your registration packet.
Stillness has its own rewards
An example of a day at Adv. Camp:
Breakfast around 7-8am
- Take a Walk to limber our bodies, learn how to move through the forest and to get to know the area.
Lecture and Demonstration (Skill(s) for the Day)
- Carve with your knife
- Best Practices
- Create Your Hand Drill
- Wood selection
Lunch - working lunch
Start on next Skill/Project/Adventure
- Fire Craft
- Emergency Fire Craft Application and Safety
- tree & plant tinder
- Learn Hand drill
- Construct a fire lay
- Plants and trees
Lessons and practice continues through the afternoon.
Dinner Break 1-1-1/2 hour
- Wildlife behavior
9pm fall into exhausted sleep
- Students: adults and Teens 16 and older with parental consent - enrollment maximum 10
- Camp duration: begins on a Wednesday 1:00 pm – ends on Saturday at 12:00 noon
- Location: east of Eugene, OR
- Accommodations: camping included
- Equipment: a registration packet will be supplied after enrollment
- Parking: included
- Transport: see additional services for airport & bus shuttle
We reserve the right to add to or omit any of the course topics listed.