Teen Summer Wilderness Adventure Survival Training Camps CA
Lifesong Teen Camp is held in July during the height of summer; located in the wilderness mountain terrain of northern California, providing outdoor adventures in hiking and exploration, while immersing your teen(s) in survival skills and training of the highest quality.
You have several options, a week to two week-long introductory adventure, and training for 14 and 15 years of age. A two week CA survival adventure with basic and intermediate skill and training for ages 16 through 18; and, an extensive 28 day Wilderness Immersion program combining both teen camps with more experiential wilderness survival training for the adventurous spirit from 15 to 19 years of age.
In order for your teen(s) to have the best one-on-one, personalized attention with hands-on experience, space is limited to eight (8) participants during the one-week, (8) during the two-week camp, and six (6) participants for the 28 day Apprentice program. The ratio of staff to students is high and provides excellent quality instruction.
Parents: We are not a boot camp, a religious organization, or a therapy camp. We are a nature based adventure company specializing in indigenous survival, nature awareness, and bushcraft skills.
Staff is comprised of Head Instructor – Mark Wienert Jr., owner and founder of Lifesong Wilderness Adventures, master survivalist and graduate of the Tom Brown Tracker School; and, hand picked Lifesong student volunteers exhibiting outstanding leadership qualities.
A complete list of CA survival training and activities for your adventure hungry teen(s) may be found here for a one week summer adventure, and here for two weeks of wilderness exploration and skills, and here for a 28 day extensive immersion in outdoor survival training and techniques.
This is absolutely the best personally empowering training program in outdoor wilderness survival, leadership, and adventure for your teen(s).
Teens participate in an ongoing wetland restoration project for a Darlingtonia bog damaged by off-road vehicle use. The valuable hands-on participation in wetland, stream course, and habitat restoration is empowering. Students are able to see a positive difference from their positive action.