Are you ready to immerse yourself in nature? You will love this exceptional 28-Day Wilderness Camp. No outdoor experience required.
28-Day Wilderness Camp for adults.
Where is Camp?
Northern California near Mount Shasta. The rugged setting includes forest and open landscapes in a montane habitat.
Who Comes to Camp?
Why you, of course. And people like you who are active and excited to be learning wilderness survival for 28-Days. The 28-Day Wilderness Camp provides a remote outdoor primitive living experience.
The emphasis is building your experience, strength, knowledge, and survival skills of living close to nature on a daily basis. This course is not for everyone.
But if you’re an adventurer at heart. Man or Woman, who is willing to engage in self-reliance, self- responsibility, and willing to tough is out. This camp is for you.
28-Day Wilderness Camp
Our main field camp is basic and primitive with very few modern conveniences. Students sleep in personal tents or when the weather provides, many enjoy sleeping under the stars.
Falcons, eagles, hawks, and ravens make High Camp their home. During your 28-day wilderness experience you may encounter, California black bears, black tail deer, weasel, coyote. and beaver. These are just a few of the animals we track in this wild and rugged wilderness.
A mountain stream fed by snow melt and clear water springs flow through camp. This happy stream is lined with willow shrub, and bursting with wildflowers along it’s edges.
While you will learn to eat ants, scorpions, and pine grubs (and are heartily welcomed to the dinner menu if needed), we provide other wholesome and nutritious food for you to prepare.
We offer to each immersion student: beans, rice, vegetables, fruit, grains, nuts, seeds, eggs, and meat. Cooking in the backcountry is an important skill.
Wild plants include trees, shrubs, grasses, herbs, lichens, and mosses. Many plants are edible and life-sustaining while others are important for fire and shelter making. Most plants have more than one use and can be used extensively for medicinal and utilitarian applications.
Once participants have taken care of basic needs and have provided themselves with the tools for survival, they begin training in animal tracking, nature awareness, and the ancient way of the hunt. No game animals are taken during this course.
Orienteering and Adventure
Compass, maps, navigation in the back country. GPS (Global Positioning Systems) included along with navigating wilderness without modern technology.